A new MA / MSocSc in History by coursework starts in 2019. This is an innovative programme focused on the historical interpretation and analysis of public culture. Students will choose from an array of exciting courses, and conduct independent research in a supportive environment.
The Department of History has a well established reputation for producing scholarship of international quality and for intellectual excellence, leadership and relevance. It has a lively and rigorous postgraduate and undergraduate teaching programme.
Hosted by Professor Lungisile Ntsebeza (NRF Chair on Land Reform and Democracy, A.C. Jordan Chair and Director of the Centre for African Studies, UCT), who leads on the NIHSS Pre-colonial Catalytic Historiography Project, this conference is a follow up on the 2014 conference and is jointly organised by the Centre for African Studies (UCT) and CANRAD (NMMU).