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Alexander, Neville, An Ordinary Country: Issues in the Transition from Apartheid to Democracy in South Africa, Approaches to Cultural History Series, New York: Berghahn Books, 2002 216 NAI: Sydafrika Ale, BL: YA.2003.a.45683. OIOC og m03/32268, hes t 31 download delvis, hes t 15,
Ambler, S.: Social structure and race attitudes: a critique of the liberal interpretation of South African history,   University of Calgary Honours Essay 1977, 1977
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Ann Langwadt: Healing history, narrating trauma. History and the TRC,

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Anthony, David: South African Peoples History, Radical History Review, Issue 46/47, (pp. 411-419), 1990 8 UBA: 900 E Radi, http://chnm.gmu.edu/rhr/rhr.htm
Atmore, Anthony / Westlake, Nancy: A liberal dilemma: A critique of the Oxford History of South Africa, Race, 14/2, pp. 107-136, Institute of Race relations, London, 1972 29 hes /64, KB: git-ra.
Austen, Ralph A., 'Africanist' historiography and its critics: can there be an autonomous African History?. in Falola, Toyin (ed.): African historiography. Essays in honour of Jacob Ade Ajayi, Harlow, Longman, 1993 15 KB: US8-K7088.
Bank, Andrew: The Great Debate and the Origins of South African Historiography, South African Historical Society,
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Beinart, William / Delius, P.: Introduction. I Beinart, William / Trapido, S. / Delius, P. (eds.): Putting a Plough to the Ground, Ravan Press, Johannesburg, 1986 55 hes /73, delkopi indl., Carolina. 1988-7564 (1001372835 / UW:
Beinart, William and Saul Dubow, The historiography of segregation and apartheid, In Beinart and Dubow (eds.), Segregation and Apartheid in Twentieth Century South Africa, New York, Routledge, 1995 22 hes, hes t 33, Carolina. Kp 44 Åben, KB: US8-M9517, Statsbiblioteket 1-95 4628, hes /-(komp, delkopi),
Beinart, William: Political and collective violence in Southern African Historiography, Journal of Southern African Studies, Vol.18, No.3,
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Belinda Bozzoli, Theatres of Struggle and the End of Apartheid,
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Bergh, Johan: The Afrikaans Historian and his Work, South Africa International, (19/2, pp. 81-89,) 1988 8 hes /77, Statsbiblioteket: Af-t a/14385.
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Bozzoli, Belinda and Peter Delius, Radical History and South African Society, Radical History Review, 46/7, pp. 14-45,
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Bozzoli, Belinda: History, Experience and Culture. Indeholdt i Bozzoli (ed.): Town and Countryside in the Transvaal, Johannesburg: Ravan Press, 1983 49 hes /64(dårlig kopi),
Bozzoli, Belinda: Intellectuals, Audiences and Histories: South African Experiences 1978-1988, Radical History Review, No. 46/7, pp. 237-263,
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Bredekamp, H.C. / Messina, E.A.: Liberatory History and the Struggle in South Africa. Proceedings of the IHR History Week '89, UWC., Western Cape Institute for Historical Reasearch, Belville: Publication Series D1, 1990 53 Unatal: N 907.2068 / UWC: hes /??,
Bredekamp, Henry Charles: Marxist historiography on South Africa before the 1970s, Occational Papers Series, University of the Western Cape, Center for Research on Africa, No. 1, 1983 16 hes /60, UCT, BA309.168UNIV,
Brewer, John D.: White power and the liberal conscience - racial segregation and South African liberalism 1921-60,
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Bundy, Colin: Remaking the past: new perspectives in South African history, University of the Witwatersrand,
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Buroway, M. / Bonacick, E.: The capitalist state in South Africa: marxist and sociological perspectives on race and class, Political Power and Social Theory, bd. 2, pp. 279-335,
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Butler, Jeffrey and Deryck Schreuder, Liberal Historiography Since 1945, in Butler/Elphick/Welsh (eds.): Democratic Liberalism..., Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press, 1987 18 hes,
Callinicos, Luli: The Peoples Past: Towards Transforming the Present. Fra Bozzoli (ed.): Class, Community and Conflict, Johannesburg, 1987 21 hes /63,
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Christie, R.: Democratic liberalism in South Africa. Its history and prospect. Journal of Modern African Studies, vol. 27/1, 170-72, Cambridge University Press, 1989 1 hes /66-,
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Clingman, Stephen: Literature and history in South Africa. Radical History Review, Issue 46/47, pp. 145-159,
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Cobley, Alan: Does Social History Have a Future? The Ending of Apartheid and Recent Trends in South African Historiography, Journal of Southern African Studies, Vol. 27, No. 3,
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Dubow, Saul: Afrikaner Nationalism, Apartheid and the Conceptualization of 'Race', Journal of African History, Vol. 33, pp. 209-237, Cambridge University Press, 1992 28 hes /41, KB: hæt-jo, UBA: 950EJour.
Dugard, John: Human Rights and the Rule of Law, Fra Butler/Elpick/Welsh ed.: Democratic Liberalism in South Africa.., Wesleyan University Press, Middeltown., Conn., 1987
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Elof, Callie: 'History from Below': 'n Oorsig, South African Historical Journal, Vol. 25,
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Elphich, Richard: The ‘Liberal’ Historiograpy of South Africa. A Response to its Marxist Critics,
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Elpick, Richard: Historiography and the Future of Liberal Values. Fra Butler/Elpick/Welsh (ed.): Democratic Liberalism in South Africa.., Wesleyan University Press, Middletown, Connecticut, 1987 19 hes, UCT, BA320.51DEMO,88/5636.
Elpick, Richard: Mission Christianity and Interwar Liberalism. Fra Butler/Elpick/Welsh (ed.): Democratic Liberalism in South Africa.., Wesleyan University Press, Middeltown., Conn., 1987
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Freund, Bill: Radical History Writing and the South African Context, South African Historical Journal, 24, pp. 154-159,
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Freund, William M.: The Weight of History and the Prospect for Democratisation in the Republic of South Africa, Afrika Zamani, NS. 2, pp. 211-22, Camerun: 1994
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Georgi Verbeeck, Historiography and Politics in South Africa. A
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Giliomee, Hermann: Eighteenth Century Cape Society and its Historiography: Culture, race and class, Social Dynamics, 9, pp.18-29,
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Greenstein, Ran: The Study of South African Society: Towards A New Agenda For Comparative Historical Inquiry, Journal of Southern African Studies, Vol. 20, No. 4, pp. 641-652,
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Grundlingh, Albert, Some Trends in South African Academic History: Changing Contexts and Challenges, in Shamil Jeppie, (ed.), Toward New Histories for South Africa: On the Place of the Past in our Present, pp. 196-215, Juta,
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Hetherington, Penelope: Women in South Africa: The Historiography in English, The International Journal of African Historical Studies, Vol. 26/2, pp. 241-270,
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Hugh Macmillan and Shula Marks (eds.): Africa and Empire : W. M. Macmillan, Historian and Social Critic, Commonwealth papers; 25, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, 1989 353 KB: US8-A1574.
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James, Deborah, Anthropology, History, and the Making of Past and Place, African Studies, spec. issue, vol. 56, no. 2, p. 69-84, Culture and the Commonplace: Antropological Essays in Honour of David Hammond-Tooke, Edited by Patrick mcAllister, Witwatersrand University Press, (?Carfax Publishing, part of the Taylor & Francis Group?) 1997 13 hes t 103, KB: løt-af / løt-54-5,
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James, Wilmot: Materialist history, materialist theory: a response to Charles van Onselen,
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