SPECIAL EDITION OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN HUMANITIES NOW AVAILABLE
On Monday, 17 July 2023, the KwaZulu-Natal Museum published a special issue of the journal Southern African Humanities (SAH). The issue celebrates the work of the archaeologist, Simon Hall, who taught at both Wits and UCT. Titled Beyond boundaries: a Festschrift for Simon Hall, the volume comprises thirteen contributions, an introduction by the two editors (Alex Schoeman from Wits and Joanna Behrens from UNISA), and a foreword by renowned scholar, Carolyn Hamilton.
The digital version is now available to all subscribers of SAH at: Southern African Humanities (sahumanities.org) or to institutions who have access to SABINET, EBSCO or PROQUEST subscriptions that include access to SAH. The journal also has a generous author-distribution policy and for those who don’t have access via the routes mentioned, you can contact the authors directly or through Academia.edu or ResearchGate for the full published version (not a final preprint!).