Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa
Conseil pour le développement de la recherche en sciences sociales en Afrique
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مجلس تنمية البحوث الإجتماعية في أفريقيا
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Document(s)
⋄ The Critical Tradition at Rhodes University: Retrospect and Prospect, Fred Hendricks & Peter Vale (1-13)
⋄ Rhodes University: Colonialism, Segre gation and Apartheid, 1904-1970, Paul Maylam (14-22)
⋄ Realising the Vision: The Discursive and Institutional Challenges of Becoming an African University, ‘Jìmí O. Adésínà (23-39)
⋄ The Legacy of Daantjie Oosthuizen: Revisiting the Liberal Defence of Academic Freedom, André du Toit (40-61)
⋄ Dialogue Alone: D. C. S. Oosthuizen’s Engagement with Three Philo sophical Generations, Andrew Nash (62-72)
⋄ Rhodes Past and Present: A Critical and Personal Assessment, Terence Beard (73-82)
⋄ Academics and the Policy-making Process under Apartheid and in Contem porary South Africa, Trevor Bell (83-88)
⋄ Reflec tions on the Relationship between Rhodes University and the Wider Society, 1977-1981, Jacklyn Cock (89-96)
⋄ On Becoming an African-Asian English Academic at Rhodes University, Sam Naidu (97-104)
⋄ ‘Just a Little Thing like the Colour of Their Skin Ruined Every thing’: Facing Race at Rhodes Ten Years After, Louise Vincent (105-131)
⋄ Identity and Race at Rhodes University, Thabisi Hoeane (132-135)
⋄ One Student at Rhodes in the Early Apartheid Years: A Memoir, T. Dunbar Moodie (136-141)
⋄ Social and Intel lectual Trends at Rhodes in the Early Sixties and Seventies, James Christie (142-150)
⋄ Rebels with a Cause of Their Own: A Personal Reflection on my Student Years at Rhodes University, 1961-1965, Edward Webster (151-160)
⋄ Skeletons in the Rhodes Cupboard: What Should Be Done about Them?, Barry Streek (161-166)
⋄ Students at Rhodes under Apartheid, Kathleen Satchwell (167-178)
⋄ Rhodes University: A Different Place, Zubeida Jaffer (179-183)
⋄ Speaking Truth to Power: A Personal Journey through the Politics of Boycott and Engagement at Rhodes University during the 1980s, Devan Pillay (184-190)
⋄ Sociology – A Lot of Critical Thinking and a Few Great Women, Kirk D. Helliker (191-195)
⋄ Who Was Alfred? A native gazing at Rhodes University from Makana’s Kop, Shepi Mati (196-210)
⋄ When Rhodes met Mandela: History breaks down into images, not into stories, Ashwin Desai (211-233)
⋄ Rhodes University From Apartheid Vastrap to African Swing, Monty J. Roodt (234-239)
⋄ Comprehensive Listing of Participants in the Colloquium ‘The Critical Tradition at Rhodes Univer sity’, August 2004, Grahamstown (240-243)


African Sociological Review, Volume 9, Numéro 1, 2005

Special Issue: ‘Colloquium on the Critical Tradition at Rhodes University’,
Grahamstown, August 2004. Guest Editors: Fred Hendricks and Peter Vale

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The Critical Tradition at Rhodes University: Retrospect and Prospect, Fred Hendricks & Peter Vale (1-13)PDF119.8 kb
Rhodes University: Colonialism, Segre gation and Apartheid, 1904-1970, Paul Maylam (14-22)PDF82.9 kb
Realising the Vision: The Discursive and Institutional Challenges of Becoming an African University, ‘Jìmí O. Adésínà (23-39)PDF155.1 kb
The Legacy of Daantjie Oosthuizen: Revisiting the Liberal Defence of Academic Freedom, André du Toit (40-61)PDF201.5 kb
Dialogue Alone: D. C. S. Oosthuizen’s Engagement with Three Philo sophical Generations, Andrew Nash (62-72)PDF104.2 kb
Rhodes Past and Present: A Critical and Personal Assessment, Terence Beard (73-82)PDF88.7 kb
Academics and the Policy-making Process under Apartheid and in Contem porary South Africa, Trevor Bell (83-88)PDF57.5 kb
Reflec tions on the Relationship between Rhodes University and the Wider Society, 1977-1981, Jacklyn Cock (89-96)PDF75.9 kb
On Becoming an African-Asian English Academic at Rhodes University, Sam Naidu (97-104)PDF81.5 kb
‘Just a Little Thing like the Colour of Their Skin Ruined Every thing’: Facing Race at Rhodes Ten Years After, Louise Vincent (105-131)PDF240.2 kb
Identity and Race at Rhodes University, Thabisi Hoeane (132-135)PDF44.8 kb
One Student at Rhodes in the Early Apartheid Years: A Memoir, T. Dunbar Moodie (136-141)PDF61.7 kb
Social and Intel lectual Trends at Rhodes in the Early Sixties and Seventies, James Christie (142-150)PDF83.7 kb
Rebels with a Cause of Their Own: A Personal Reflection on my Student Years at Rhodes University, 1961-1965, Edward Webster (151-160)PDF89.7 kb
Skeletons in the Rhodes Cupboard: What Should Be Done about Them?, Barry Streek (161-166)PDF57 kb
Students at Rhodes under Apartheid, Kathleen Satchwell (167-178)PDF113.8 kb
Rhodes University: A Different Place, Zubeida Jaffer (179-183)PDF46.9 kb
Speaking Truth to Power: A Personal Journey through the Politics of Boycott and Engagement at Rhodes University during the 1980s, Devan Pillay (184-190)PDF69.7 kb
Sociology – A Lot of Critical Thinking and a Few Great Women, Kirk D. Helliker (191-195)PDF48.4 kb
Who Was Alfred? A native gazing at Rhodes University from Makana’s Kop, Shepi Mati (196-210)PDF139.3 kb
When Rhodes met Mandela: History breaks down into images, not into stories, Ashwin Desai (211-233)PDF395.1 kb
Rhodes University From Apartheid Vastrap to African Swing, Monty J. Roodt (234-239)PDF59.9 kb
Comprehensive Listing of Participants in the Colloquium ‘The Critical Tradition at Rhodes Univer sity’, August 2004, Grahamstown (240-243)PDF35.6 kb


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