Recent book donations to the KwaZulu-Natal Museum Library!
Our warmest thanks go to recent donors of art, history, and archaeology books to the KwaZulu-Natal Museum Library:
Julia Charlton of Wits Art Museum for thirteen of their exhibition catalogues, including Activate/Captivate: collections re-engagement at Wits Art Museum (edited by Laura De Becker and Anitra Nettleton, 2015) and A long way home: migrant worker worlds 1800–2014 (edited by Peter Delius, Laura Phillips and Fiona Rankin-Smith, 2015)
Carolyn Hamilton of the Archive and Public Culture Research Initiative, University of Cape Town, for two copies of the double-volume box set of Tribing and untribing the archive (edited by Hamilton and Nessa Leibhammer, 2016)
Tšhegofatšo Mabaso of the Iziko South African National Gallery for the exhibition catalogue Not the usual suspects (Iziko South African Museums and Ingrid Masondo, 2020)
Elizabeth Perrill for her book Burnished: Zulu ceramics between rural and urban South Africa (2022)
Andrzej Rozwadowski for his book Visual culture, heritage and identity: using rock art to reconnect past and present (with Jamie Hampson, 2021)
Jill Weintroub for a copy of the book Dress as social relations: an interpretation of Bushman dress (Vibeke M. Viestad, 2018)
We salute you for these wonderful contributions to our book holdings.