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The contributions to this special issue respond to a call last year for papers to commemorate the Centenary Anniversary of the University of Fort Hare. This historically advantaged university, the first for black Africans in Southern Africa, was established in 1916 under the Inter-State Native College Scheme led by liberal news editor JT Jabavu. The articles in this issue delve deeper into Pan Africanism and African Nationalism themes.
On behalf of H-Nationalism, I'd like to thank Maurizio Ferrera for his excellent contribution and Aleksandar Pavkovic and Daniele Conversi for their interesting comments. The fifth post of our series will be published next Tuesday (20 February). Don't miss it!
The Center for the Transdisciplinary Research of Violence, Trauma and Justice invites now applications for 2018 VITRI Fellow Program