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HISTORY, PHILOSOPHY & CONTEMPORARY STUDIES

1918 – The Great War 100 years on

Towards the 2019 elections

Dr James Barry

Buddhism

The art of falconry

Gentrification and public art

God in Greek philosophy

Graham Greene

Philosophy of history

Emily Hobhouse

The land question in SA

‘Normality’

100 years of thinking about race

The Royal visit of 1947

How South Africa is being stolen

Witnesses to South African history

Apartheid: the first state capture

Women writing culture

ARTS & HUMANITIES

ARTS & HUMANITIES

More excellent, little-known books

Frank Lloyd Wright

Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Figure artists

Flowers in the great masters

Gardens in literature

Old Irish literature

The Iziko National Gallery

Japanese architecture

The end of South African universities?

Mon, 2017-10-09 16:03 -- 01401366

Jonathan Jansen, vice-chancellor of the University of the Free State in South Africa until a year ago, has written a book on the country’s higher education sector. As by Fire is structured around three main questions: What in fact happened? Why did it happen? And what does the protest crisis mean for the future of South African universities?

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