Please find all of the most recently posted news articles below.
"The year 2016 opened to chaos: wildfires, a string of celebrity deaths, drought, political turmoil and - to no one's surprise - renewed student protests. But the latter have inspired at least a handful of citizen funding initiatives that aim to relieve the burden on as many aspiring students as possible."
The Department invites you to design a logo. It needs to be fun, interesting, different, and appropriate for academic functions. The final product will unfortunately need to be a computer graphic.
Applications are being invited for 4 postdoctoral fellowships under two broad themes of ‘Companies, States, Empires’ and ‘Violence, Memory, Identity’ at the Department of Historical Studies.
"Educationalists and historians have been meeting across borders to attempt the seemingly impossible - a common history textbook for South East Asia."
Please note that the Department of Historical Studies is now accepting applications for tutoring positions in the first semester 2018.
Please be advised that the deadline for applications for the History Access Postdoctoral Fellowship has been extended until 20 November 2017.
History Access is pleased to announce that it has 2 three-year PhD scholarships, 3 two-year Master's scholarships, and 4 one-year Honours fellowships to offer.
The Department of Historical Studies at the University of Cape Town is entering a new phase of curriculum innovation and knowledge production, expressed in an innovative five-year programme, History Access, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Please note that the Department of Historical Studies is now accepting applications for tutoring positions in the second semester 2017.
Please join us for a seminar by visiting Associate Professor Saskia Coenen Snyder.
Institute for Humanities in Africa (HUMA) and the Department of Historical Studies invite you to attend a book lunch featuring Daniel Magaziner’s The Art of Life in South Africa (Ohio University/KZN Press 2016).