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Biomechanical implications of the onset of walking2018 Journal of human evolution 122: 133-45
  • Libby W. Cowgill
  • Rob'yn A. Johnston
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Setting Transvaal scenes in German type: missionary Carl Hoffmann's book designs, c.1900-19302018 Journal of southern African studies 44 (3): 447-69
  • Lize Kriel
H6/KY [JOURNAL-]0305-7070in special issue 'Print culture in Southern Africa'
Like biscuits in wrappers: apartheid development and decolonization in south west Africa, 1962-19682017 International journal of African historical studies 50 (1): 59-78
  • Molly McCullers
*H6/KY [INTERNATIONAL-]0361-7882in special issue 'Localizing the history of development in Africa'
The rise and fall of the opium trade in the Transvaal, 1904-19102017 Journal of southern African studies 43 (4): 733-51
  • Thembisa Waetjen
H6/KY [JOURNAL-]0305-7070in thematic section 'Mining, finance, trade, agriculture: the unsteady pillars of South Africa's economy'
Poppies and gold: opium and law-making on the Witwatersrand, 1904-102016 Journal of African history 57 (3): 391-416
  • Thembisa Waetjen
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]0021-8537
People of Adam: divine healing and racial cosmopolitanism in the early twentieth-century Transvaal, South Africa2015 Comparative studies in society and history 57 (2): 557-92
  • Joel Cabrita
H6/KF [COMPARATIVE-]0010-4175
Principals, chiefs and school committees: the localisation of rural school administration in Lebowa, 1972-19902015 Journal of southern African studies 41 (2): 299-314
  • Laura Phillips
H6/KY [JOURNAL-]0305-7070
Settlements, landscapes and identities among the Tswana of the western Transvaal and eastern Kalahari before 18202013 South African archaeological bulletin 68 (197): 15-26
  • Fred Morton
H6/KE [SOUTH-]0038-1969
Through the eyes of missionaries and the archives they created: the interwoven histories of power and authority in the nineteenth-century Transvaal2012 Journal of southern African studies 38 (2): 369-84
  • Kirsten Rüther
H6/KY [JOURNAL-]0305-7070in special issue 'Rethinking South Africa's past: essays on history and archaeology'
A German-Christian network of letters in colonial Africa: as a repository for 'ordinary' biographies of women, 1931-19672012 Journal of southern African studies 38 (3): 451-68
  • Lize Kriel
H6/KY [JOURNAL-]0305-7070in special section 'Religious biography: transcending boundaries'
South African territorial segregation: new data on African farm purchases, 1913-19362009 Journal of African history 50 (1): 41-60
  • Harvey M. Feinberg
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]0021-8537
'Colonial' experts, local interlocutors, informants and the making of an archive on the 'Transvaal Ndebele', 1930-19892009 Journal of African history 50 (1): 61-80
  • Sekibakiba Peter Lekgoathi
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]0021-8537
The limits of visibility: Indian women in the Transvaal, 1870s to 1930s2007 Oriental anthropologist 7 (1): 17-38
  • Uma Dhupelia-Mesthrie
*H6/KF [ORIENTAL-]0972-558X
An exercise in collections management: the documentation vicissitudes of the Dordrecht collection at the Transvaal Museunm2006 National Cultural History Museum research journal 1: 24-47
  • Elda Grober
H6/KY [RESEARCH-]1993-3770Afrikaans abstract
Answering the burning questions of our past through 'historical archaeology'2005 Digging stick 22 (3): 3-5
  • Philip Bonner
1013-7521
"We must never forget where we come from": the Bafokeng and their land in the 19th century Transvaal2005 History in Africa 32: 95-115
  • J.S. Bergh
H6/KY [HISTORY-]0361-5413
'Sekukuni, listen!, Banna!, and to the children of Frederick the Great and our kaiser Wilhelm': documents in the social and religious history of the Transvaal, 1860-18902004 Journal of religion in Africa 34 (3): 207-34
  • Kirsten Rüther
H6/KFO 'JOURNAL-'0022-4200
Friedrich Jeppe: Mapping the Transvaal c. 1850-18992003 Journal of southern African studies 29 (4): 955-76
  • Jane Carruthers
H6/KY 'JOURNAL-'0305-7070
Race, class loyalty and the structure of capitalism: coal miners in Alabama and the Transvaal, 1918-19222003 Journal of southern African studies 30 (1): 115-32
  • Peter Alexander
H6/KY 'JOURNAL-'0305-7070in special issue 'Race and class in South Africa and the United States'
Primitive salt production on the Klein Letaba River in the north-eastern Transvaal2003 Tribus 52: 236-48
  • Jurgen Witt
0082-6413
Heated debates over Crinolines: European clothing on nineteenth-century Lutheran mission stations in the Transvaal2002 Journal of southern African studies 28 (2): 359-78
  • Kirsten Ruether
0305-7070
'To make them serve': the 1871 Transvaal commission on African labour as a source for agrarian history2002 History in Africa 29: 39-61
  • Johan S. Bergh
0361-5413
Pictures from an exhibition [Ausstellung Transvaal], Berlin, 18971997 Digging stick 14 (1): 1-3
  • Anonymous
Witches and witch-hunters: witchcraft, generational relations and the life cycle in a lowveld village1996 African studies 55 (1): 87-110
  • Jonathan Stadler
Metallurgical analyses of slags, ores, and metal artefacts from archaeological sites in the north-west province and northern Transvaal1995 South African archaeological bulletin 50 (161): 39-54
  • D. Miller
with appendix by D Miller, 'Analytical methods'
Witches of the Transvaal lowveld and their familiars. Conceptions of duality, power and desire1995 Cahiers d'études africaines 35 (138/139): 513-40
  • I. Niehaus
French summary
Curious notation marks at polished stone sites in the western Transvaal1985 Epigraphic Society Occasional Papers 13: 183-93
  • A.B. Page
H6/KE [EPIGRAPHIC-]