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South Africa

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Article Julia Tischler (2021)
“The Only Industry That Can Make Us Hold Our Own”: Black Agrarianism in South Africa from a Transatlantic Perspective, ca. 1910–1930. American Historical Review (pp. 1396-1423). (/isis/citation/CBB829320923/) unapi

Article Anna Konieczna (2021)
Nuclear twins: French-South African strategic cooperation (1964–79). Cold War History (pp. 283-300). (/isis/citation/CBB844307486/) unapi

Article Roger Kinns (2021)
Time signals for mariners in South Africa. Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage (pp. 285-314). (/isis/citation/CBB995065632/) unapi

Article Malcolm Abbott; Jill Bamforth (June 2021)
Government procurement policy and the establishment of manufacturing: Aircraft industry in Australia, Canada and South Africa 1918–39. The Journal of Transport History (pp. 81-100). (/isis/citation/CBB835459566/) unapi

Book William Beinart; Saul Dubow (2021)
The Scientific Imagination in South Africa: 1700 to the Present. (/isis/citation/CBB985054539/) unapi

Article Rachel Adams (2021)
Can artificial intelligence be decolonized?. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews (pp. 176-197). (/isis/citation/CBB237800539/) unapi

Book Suryakanthie Chetty (2021)
‘Africa Forms the Key’: Alex Du Toit and the History of Continental Drift. (/isis/citation/CBB455924853/) unapi

Article Jules Skotnes-Brown (2021)
Preventing Plague, Bringing Balance: Wildlife Protection as Public Health in the Interwar Union of South Africa. Bulletin of the History of Medicine (pp. 464-496). (/isis/citation/CBB777925665/) unapi

Chapter Michelle Pentecost (2021)
Transitioning Societies: Non-Communicable Disease and ‘the First 1000 Days’ in South Africa. (pp. 252-275). (/isis/citation/CBB622609048/) unapi

Chapter Megan Vaughan (2021)
Sugar and Diabetes in Postwar South Africa. (pp. 162-178). (/isis/citation/CBB234283706/) unapi

Article Simonne Horwitz (2020)
Race, Kidney Transplants, Immunosuppression Research, and White Supremacy under Apartheid, 1960–80. Canadian Bulletin of Medical History/Bulletin Canadien d'Histoire de la Medecine (pp. 461-489). (/isis/citation/CBB697529039/) unapi

Article Julie Parle; Ludger Wimmelbücker (2020)
‘These Are the Medicines That “Make” Monsters’: Thalidomide in Southern Africa, 1958–1962. Social History of Medicine (pp. 898-923). (/isis/citation/CBB452955791/) unapi

Multimedia Object Dr. Elisa Prosperetti; Thomas, Lynn M. (2020)
Lynn M. Thomas, “Beneath the Surface: A Transnational History of Skin Lighteners” (Duke UP, 2020). New Books Network Podcast. (/isis/citation/CBB507391314/) unapi

Book Jacob S. T. Dlamini (2020)
Safari Nation: A Social History of the Kruger National Park. (/isis/citation/CBB286513124/) unapi

Article Vanessa Noble (2020)
On the Roadside: Maria Kunz and the Practice of Itinerant Missionary Doctoring in Rural South Africa, 1930s to 1970s. Social History of Medicine (pp. 309-329). (/isis/citation/CBB061919298/) unapi

Article Thembisa Waetjen (2019)
The Politics of Narcotic Medicines in Early Twentieth-Century South Africa. Social History of Medicine (pp. 586-608). (/isis/citation/CBB078457844/) unapi

Article Mark Hendrickson (2019)
Advance Agent of Expanding Empires: George F. Becker and Mineral Exploration in South Africa and the Philippines. History and Technology (pp. 237-265). (/isis/citation/CBB991989271/) unapi

Article Paige Madison (2019)
All Things Bleak and Bare Beneath a Brazen Sky: Practice and Place in the Analysis of Australopithecus. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences (p. 19). (/isis/citation/CBB654252561/) unapi

Book Liz Gunner (2019)
Radio Soundings: South Africa and the Black Modern. (/isis/citation/CBB003700829/) unapi

Thesis Kelly Jo Fulkerson Dikuua (2019)
[Un]informed Consent: Eugenics, Forced Sterilization and Medical Violence in the Jim Crow United States and Apartheid Southern Africa. (/isis/citation/CBB087168632/) unapi

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