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CFP: FISH seminar - "Keep your eyes on the price": investigating the daily dynamics of property market in Cape Town to understand patterns of social change in South Africa - J Migozzi

"Keep your eyes on the price":

investigating the daily dynamics of property market in

Cape Town to understand patterns of social change in

South Africa.

Julien Migozzi

(Université Grenoble 1/ Pacte/ Géographie-Cités)

CfP: Seventh International Congress of Maritime History Conference

This is a cross-posting from H-Maritime, added here because I heard from the Organising Committee that they are particularly interested in contributions from the field of African maritime history, especially by researchers from Africa. The submission deadline for paper proposals has been extended to 31 October 2015.

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Call for Papers: Seventh International Congress of Maritime History Conference

Papers of Gardner F. Williams

I am searching for the papers of Gardner F. Williams, the American engineer who managed the diamond mines of DeBeers at Kimberley and who wrote "The Diamond Mines of South Africa."  That book -- and the other books about Kimberley, DeBeers, and Rhodes that I have read -- do not make direct reference to any personal papers.  Still, I wonder if list members know if any exist.

Bill Storey (History Dept., Millsaps College)

NEW BOOK: "Democracy as Death: The Moral Order of Anti-Liberal Politics in South Africa" (University of California Press)

Democracy as Death: The Moral Order of Anti-Liberal Politics in South Africa (University of California Press)

For those of you who might be interested, more information is available here: http://www.ucpress.edu/book.php?isbn=9780520284234

CFP: Forum on European Expansion and Global Interaction 2016 | Feb 5-6 | U. California, Irvine

Fellow South Africanists: This is a dynamic and engaging small conference; a really productive forum for presenting work on African engagements with other regions in the early modern period--including but not limited to slavery and other oceanic trade. What's more, the next meeting is in Irvine. I'd love to see colleagues from this list by the balmy shores of the Pacific in February.
Laura Mitchell

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