South Africa’s most famous monarch holds fast to power and prestige at no cost to himself.
South African public life is rife with revisionism, often opportunistic. Take the case of Mangosuthu Buthelezi.
On my first trip to Cape Town, South Africa in 2014, Renfrew Christie, recently retried university administrator, offered
“Every unit of meaning, and not just every image, is a public crossroads of histories of
Most of the Digital Archive features that have been posted so far offer some kind of option
Msia Kibona Clark is assistant professor of African Studies at Howard University. Her research focuses on
In the previous installment of the Digital Archive, we spotlighted Liberian Journeys, a digital nationalist archiving project, collecting
In 1926, following the granting of a 99-year lease to the Firestone Tire Co. by the Liberian
In my opinion, spatial analysis represents one of the most compelling new modes of storytelling provided by
I’ve had a really hard time staying focused for the past couple of weeks, given the current
Studies of China in Africa and vice versa have begun to proliferate in recent years. Journalist Howard
Thus far in this series, I haven’t really featured any digital oral history projects, which is a