Conference information and call for abstracts.
A recording of the virtual panel discussion on TEACHING THE TRC is available via the links below. Panelists included TRC commissioner and past president of the Black Sash, Mary Burton (at 8minutes); Imtiaz Cajee (at 36minutes), nephew of Ahmed Timol and author of The Murder of Ahmed Timol: My Search Continue Reading
The 33rd annual SASHT conference report
Some sub-themes that can link up well with the theme of the 5th Regional History Studies Conference can be: • Regional/local place and identity • Place and belonging • Reaching Across Regional and Local Divides • ‘Across the Divide’: Comparing places of scale • Space, place and gendered identities • Continue Reading
The African Association for History Education (AHE-Afrika) and the International Research Association for History and Social Sciences Education (IRASSHE), in partnership with the Department of Humanities Education / Faculty of Education at the University of Pretoria, are pleased to announce a one-day international research seminar titled “Towards decolonising teaching and Continue Reading
CONFERENCE PARTICULARS TOPIC: HISTORY EDUCATION AND THE STATE, all papers related to History Education will be welcomed VENUE: Aldoel Building, Department of Humanities Education, Faculty of Education, Groenkloof Campus, Leyds Street, Pretoria, South Africa THEME: History Education and the State DATE: Thursday 26 and Friday 27 September 2019 – 9:00-17:00 on Continue Reading
A very successful 2017 international conference—“History from the Core to Zero Gravity”—was held at the Riverside Sun Hotel, a lovely venue on the banks of the Vaal River. Here are some of the powerpoints and presentations that were given at this international conference. SASHT: Who? What? Where? When? Presentation South Continue Reading
Below you can view some of the photos, and access some of the resources, from the 2016 SASHT conference. Here are many of the interesting, informative and sometimes controversial presentations from the 2016 conference. Now that we have a short break away from the classroom/lecture hall, perhaps this is a good Continue Reading