New to Routledge for 2018, the Journal of Natal and Zulu History examines political, social, economic and cultural change in a region currently called KwaZulu-Natal, along the south-eastern coastal region of Africa, from pre-colonial times to the present.
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Free-access articles include...
- Race, Class, Gender, and African Women as Perpetrators of Murder in Natal, 1900–1929 by Nikki Kalbing
- An In(ter)vention of Tradition: Medical Male Circumcision in KwaZulu-Natal, 2009–2016 by Liz Timbs
- The Lady in White: British Imperial Loyalism and Women’s Volunteerism in Second World War Durban by Jonathan Hyslop