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The sound of war: Apartheid, audibility, and resonance
(University of the Western Cape, 2018)
This study approaches the field of military history with approaches to the study of sound in order to interrogate the concept of war that underpins military historiography as a disciplinary formation. It delineates the ...
Teaching humanity: Placing the Cape Town Holocaust Centre in a post-apartheid state
(University of the Western Cape, 2015)
This dissertation examines the development of Holocaust education in South Africa, specifically in the period of political transition to democracy and the two decades after apartheid. The history of placing the Holocaust ...
Frameworks of representation: A design history of the District Six Museum in Cape Town
(University of the Western Cape, 2020)
Since 1994, the District Six Museum, in constructing histories of forced removals from District Six, Cape Town, commenced as a post-apartheid memory project which evolved into a memorial museum. Design has been a central ...
‘n Histories-kritiese ondersoek na diei armoede-vraagstuk onder die gekleurde gemeenskap van Kaapstad 1910-1933
(University of Western Cape, 1993)
Hierdie verhandeling is die vrug van intensiewe nadenke en navorsing oor die armoedesituasie van gekleurdes van Kaapstad gedurende die jare 1910-1933. Die tydperk is gekies omdat dit besonderlik die teelaarde vir armoede ...
Digital storytelling and the production of the personal in Lwandle, Cape Town
(University of Western Cape, 2019)
Digital storytelling is a workshop-based practice, originally developed by the Californiabased nonprofit StoryCenter, in which people create short, first-person digital video narratives based on stories from their own ...