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Cover title: The Indian question in South Africa: bibliography. Submitted as part of the requirements for the diploma in librarianship. Reproduced from typescript. Description: 17 leaves ; 26 cm. Series Title: Bibliographical series (University of Cape Town. School of Librarianship) Other Titles: Indian question in South Africa: Responsibility.
A bibliography of material published during the period on the Indian question in South Africa. BIBLIOGRAPHY BOOKS Baker JH An introduction to English legal history 3rd ed Butterworths () Bastarache M, A Braën, EL Didier and P Foucher Language rights in Canada Les Editions Yvon Blais Inc () Bauman R A Crime and punishment in ancient Rome Routledge () Cachalia A, H Cheadle, D Davis, N Haysom, P Maduna and G Marcus Fundamental rights in the new Constitution Juta ()File Size: KB.
This book, which is based largely on material submitted for a Ph.D. degree of the University of Natal, concerns itself with the international aspects of the South African Indian question: the aspects which deal with inter-governmental matters as between states and countries (such as between the South African Republic and Natal, before the days of Union, and India and Great Britain) and.
the average South African has very little knowledge of the history of the Indian South African. During the past fifteen years, research on the Indian South African has mushroomed out of all proportions.
I believe that students and staff of the University of Durban-Westville have contributed the lion's share of.
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Chidester, Tobler, and Wratten are coauthors of Islam, Hinduism, and Judaism in South Africa: An Annotated Bibliography and, with Chirevo Kwenda and Robert Petty, African Traditional Religion in South Africa: An Annotated Bibliography (both Greenwood, ).
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South African crime and detective fiction in English: A publishing history and bibliography. this essay will consider the publishing history of this genre in South Africa.
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The period began with Gandhi's return from South Africa as a stranger to Indian politics, witnessed his dramatic assertion of leadership in the Indian National Congress of and ended with his imprisonment by the British after the collapse of his all-India civil disobedience movement against the raj.
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South Africa – Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, South Africa; this book addresses the question of whether globalization has amplified or muted processes of communalism. It does so through exploring the concurrent histories of communalism and globalization in four South Asian contexts - India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka - as well as in.
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