Thesis Topic: Broadening the Black Sash’s Reach: A Biographical Study of Women Activists in The Natal Midlands. To read more, please select Thesis Overview-Sandile Kheswa
The South African National Society will be holding its monthly meeting at the Killie Campbell Museum on Saturday 16 October 2021 at 9.30 am. The Society will be addressed by Juliette Leeb-du Toit, the Research Associate Professor (Art History )
Persons wishing to apply for the 2021 Killie Campbell Bursary are requested to read the invitation letter published below. Please click on the link to access the information sheet. 2021 Bursary Letter
It is with regret that the Committee has decided not to award the Killie Campbell Bursary in 2020 . Please click on the link below to access the letter in that regards, from our Chairlady. KCB-Letter
Thesis Topic: Towards a decolonised and Africanisedschool history curriculum in post-apartheid South Africa:A case study of the FET phase. (To be completed).
SANS mid September Newsletter 2018-09 For details of the 2018 bursary winners please read the newsletter in the link above, or see the thesis as completed by Kerry Glover below: KL GLOVER
Thesis Topic: Gender, Power and Iron Metallurgy inArchives of African Societies from Phongolo-MzimkhuluRegion. KOTZE_2018-Gender-power-metallurgy-in-KZN-archives Thesis Topic: Divided Facilities – Early CottageHospitals and the Provision of Health Care Servicesin Natal, 1880-1910. A full copy of the thesis
No bursary was awarded in 2016 by the BursaryCommittee as no suitable application was received.
Thesis Topic: Contested Memory: A Contribution tothe Story of the Emergence of Methodism in Umlazi A full copy of the thesis is available at http://hdl.handle.net/10413/15304
Pranitha Bharat was the winner of the Killie Campbell Bursary in 2014. Pranitha is a school history teacher, who received her Doctorate from UKZN. Here she is seen receiving her Doctorate, and the other image is of her with her