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Bibliography of research on ageing in Southern Africa, 1970-1994 (Publication series) epub ebook

Bibliography of research on ageing in Southern Africa, 1970-1994 (Publication series) epub ebook Language: English
Publisher: HSRC/UCT Centre for Gerontology, University of Cape Town; 3rd edition (1995)
ISBN: 0799215937
ISBN13: 978-0799215939
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This is a bibliography of works on Black theology. Cone, James H. The Spirituals and the Blues, Mary Knoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1991. Mapson, J. Wendell, J. The Ministry of Music in the Black Church, Valley Forge: Judson Press, 1984. Walker, Wyatt Tee. Somebody's Calling My Name: Black Sacred Music and Social Change, Valley Forge: Judson Press, 1979. Aldred, Joe. Praying with Power, London: Continuum, 2000. ISBN 978-0-8264-4984-9. Preaching With Power, London: Cassells, 1998.

The Standard Encyclopædia of Southern Africa (SESA) is a 12-volume encyclopaedia that is principally about the Republic of South Africa and nearby countries. About 1400 people contributed to the encyclopaedia

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Pre-colonial metalworking in Africa, especially southern Africa: . .

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Bibliography of South America. Ahvenainen, Jorma - The European Cable Companies in South America Before the First World War. Helsinki: Finnish Academy of Science and Letters, 2004.

Jewish Publications - South Africa. Any list of books about South Africa and its history would be incomplete without mentioning Sidney Mendelssohn. His 2000 page reference work, "Mendelssohn's South African Bibliography," was first published in 1910. It contained details of over 9,000 books beginning with early Portuguese publications and ending with books of the 20th century.

The bibliography includes materials on Africa published in non-specialist scholarly journals, in addition to specialist Africa publications. As an annual publication, it records the previous year's published work in its field, with provision for retrospective inclusion of earlier items

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