115-29; Harriet Deacon, "Racial Segregation and Medical Discourse in Nineteenth Century Cape Town," Journal of Southern African Studies 22 (1996): 287-308; Gary Baines, "The Origins of Urban Segregation: Local Government and the Residence of Africans in Port Elizabeth, c.
What does JSAS stand for?
JSAS stands for Journal of Southern African Studies
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We have 9 other meanings of JSAS in our Acronym Attic
- JITF/JINTACCS Service/Agency Representative Office
- Joint Service and Agency Representative Office
- Job Seeking Assistance and Referral Program
- Joint Search And Rescue Request
- Jersey Shore Amateur Radio Society
- Java allied Secure Agent Server
- Java System Application Server (Sun Microsystems)
- JFACC Situational Awareness System
- Joint Situational Awareness System
- Joomla Stand Alone Server
- Joint Services Aviation Safety Conference
- Jersey Shore Area School District (Jersey Shore, Pennsylvania)
- Japan Society of Aerospace and Environmental Medicine
- Jewish School Assessment and School Improvement Process
- Journal of Southern Academic and Special Librarianship
- Judicial Service Association of Sri Lanka
- Java System Active Server Pages
- Japan Society for Aeronautical and Space Sciences
- Joint Services Adventurous Sail Training Centre (UK)
- Japan Society for Abrasive Technology
Samples in periodicals archive:
13-46; Belinda Bozzoli, "Marxism, Feminism and Southern African Studies," Journal of Southern African Studies, 9/2 (1983), pp.
Terence Ranger's 1977 essay is in part an auto-critique, "The People in African Resistance: A Review," Journal of Southern African Studies 4, no.
Makganye, 6 May 1997, Zeerust; see also Bernard Mbenga, "The Flogging of Chief Kgamanyane by Commandant Paul Kruger, Saulspoort, April 1870", Journal of Southern African Studies 23 (1) (1997): 127-40; Andre Du Toit, "No Chosen People," American Historical Review, 88 #4, (October 1983); Charles Hooper, Brief Authority (London, 1960).
The Politics of Informal Justice (New York, 1982); William Beinart, Introduction: Political and Collective Violence in Southern African Historiography," Journal of Southern African Studies 18, 3 (Sept.