Fonds A3453 - Jacob Dlamini, Interviews

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Jacob Dlamini, Interviews


  • 2015-2016 (Creation)

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4 transcripts, typed

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(20th century)

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Jacob Dlamini is a South African historian, author and journalist. He grew up under apartheid in a township outside Johannesburg. He is the author of various books and winner of the Alan Paton Award. He is presently Assistant Professor of History at Princeton University in the United States, and was previously political editor of the newspaper Business Day in South Africa.

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The transcripts of the interviews were provided by Jacob Dlamini.

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The interviewees included:
Fourie, Eugene, 27 August 2015 & 21 July 2016
Gilder, Barry, 13 July 2016
Heymans, Hendrik, 26 July 2016

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The interviews were conducted by Jacob Dlamini for his book "The Terrorist Album: apartheid's Insurgents, Collaborators, and the Security Police", published by Harvard University Press, 2020.

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