Yesterday & Today: No. 18 (December 2017)

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You will find the following in this edition:


  • “Integrating Afrikaner women’s history in senior secondary school CAPS through an evaluation of women’s ‘sense of independence’” by Charl Blignaut
  • “‘What do I have to know to teach history well?’ Knowledge and expertise in History teaching—a proposal” by Christian Heuer, Mario Resch & Manfred Seidenfuß
  • “Historical knowledge-genre as it relates to the reunification of Cameroon in selected Anglophone Cameroonian History textbooks” by Raymond Nkwenti Fru & Johan Wassermann
  • “The strong state and embedded dissonance: History education and populist politics in Hungary” by Karl Benziger
  • “Rethinking the reflective praxis of the name Social Science: Pedagogical ‘mischief ’ in the Grade 4 to 9 Social Science curriculum” by Maserole Christina Kgari-Masondo

Hands-on Articles

  • “History education: Reaching beyond the confines of the classroom” by Paul M Haupt

Book Reviews

  • Johan Wassermann (ed.), Teaching Social Sciences: Intermediate and Senior Phases (reviewed by Ntombiyoxolo Mqadi)
  • Carolyn Hamilton & Nessa Leibhammer (eds.), Tribing and Untribing the Archive, vols. 1 & 2 (reviewed by Fezeka Gxwayibeni)