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TUT AUTHOR'S REFLECTION: SOUTHERN AFRICAN MASHUPS

Theme: Author's reflections: SOUTHERN AFRICAN MASHUPS


Call Number: TUT_02.00.02
Identifier: AL2460_TUT_02.00.02
Title: TUT AUTHOR'S REFLECTION: SOUTHERN AFRICAN MASHUPS
Date: September 2016
Subject: Author's Reflection;
Julie Frederikse;
The Unbreakable Thread - TUT
Description: The 'Author's Reflection: Southern African Mashups' was written by Julie Frederikse for the commemorative edition of 'The Unbreakable Thread: Non-racialism in South Africa, published by the South African History (SAHA) in 2016. The images and documents included in the Author's Reflection were obtained from Julie Frederikse's personal archives, SAHA collections as well as a number of online sources. Frederikse loaned a selection of materials from her personal archives to SAHA to be digitised for inclusion in the Author's reflection in the new edition of 'The unbreakable thread: non-racialism in South Africa'. While some of the images and documents selected for inclusion were digitised in-house, the majority was digitised by Specialised Archival Solutions in 2015. All of the items digitised have been processed as part of the Julie Frederikse collection. Included in the online exhibition entitled 'Tracing the Unbreakable Thread, Non-racialism in South Africa'.
Creator: Julie Frederikse
Type: Publication
Format: Access copy - PDF
Source: The South African History Archive (SAHA)
Language: English
Coverage: South Africa
Rights: Julie Frederikse; South African History Archive (SAHA)
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