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APPLICATION DEADLINE SOON (1 JUNE): IVAN KARP DOCTORAL RESEARCH AWARDS THROUGH THE AFRICAN CRITICAL INQUIRY PROGRAMME

AFRICAN CRITICAL INQUIRY PROGRAMME CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
IVAN KARP DOCTORAL RESEARCH AWARDS
FOR AFRICAN STUDENTS ENROLLED IN
SOUTH AFRICAN Ph.D. PROGRAMS
Closing Date: Monday 1 June 2015

New book: Melber (2014) Understanding Namibia: The Trials of Independence

 

New book announcement:

Henning Melber (2014) Understanding Namibia: The Trials of Independence (London, Hurst)

ISBN: 9781849044127 (hardback), 9781849044110 (paperback)

Since independence in 1990, Namibia has witnessed only one generation with no memory of colonialism — the ‘born frees’, who voted in the 2009 elections. The anti-colonial liberation movement, SWAPO, dominates the political scene, effectively making Namibia a de facto one-party state dominated by the first ‘struggle generation’.

'Missionary Herald' 1889 help please?

I'm trying to track down  George A.Wilder's 1889 piece, 'The Expedition to the Kraal of Gungunyana, Gaza Country' in Missionary Herald vol 85 pp 55-58. Does anyone know whether there's a library in UK that holds it? Or can anyone help me to get a copy from elsewhere within the next week or so? (Probably best to reply to me personally, rather than clutter up the list).

There are three tantalising snippets on Google books, but no full text version available online.
Huge, huge thanks to anyone who can help!
Diana

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