Thesis Topic: Towards a decolonised and Africanisedschool history curriculum in post-apartheid South Africa:A case study of the FET phase. (To be completed).
The meeting of the Society on 9 April, had a duel purpose of awarding the annual Daphne Strutt fashion design award and the presentation by, fashion designer, Karen Monk-Klijnstra. Robert King was first asked to address members and appraise them
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
Click to download a copy of Karthigasen Gopalan’s thesis entitled The Destruction & Remaking of ‘Community’: A Case Study of the Magazine Barracks Residents’ Relocation to Chatsworth Gopalan
SANS Bursary Winner – Julie Parle 1983