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William Beinart is Emeritus Professor, St Antony’s College and the African Studies Centre, University of Oxford. He served as Chair of the JSAS Editorial Board, Director of the African Studies Centre at Oxford and President of the African Studies Association of the United Kingdom (ASAUK). He has focused largely on the history of South Africa, environmental history and land reform.
Publications include: Hidden Struggles in Rural South Africa (1987 with Colin Bundy); Twentieth-Century South Africa (2001); The Rise of Conservation in South Africa (2003); Environment and Empire (2007 with Lotte Hughes); Prickly Pear (2011 with Luvuyo Wotshela); African Local Knowledge (2013 with Karen Brown); Rights to Land (2017 with Peter Delius and Michelle Hay); ‘Next Steps Towards Land Reform’ (2019 with Peter Delius); The Scientific Imagination in South Africa, 1700 to the Present (forthcoming 2021 with Saul Dubow).
Colin Bundy is a South African historian, who has retired after a career spent in the UK and South Africa as an academic and university administrator. He studied at the universities of Natal, Witwatersrand and Oxford. As a scholar he was best known for Rise and Fall of a South African Peasantry and Hidden Struggles in Rural South Africa (co-authored with William Beinart).
Since 2012 he has published four books in the Jacana Pocket Series: biographies of Govan Mbeki and Nelson Mandela, an assessment of post-apartheid South Africa, and a study of poverty in South Africa, past and present.
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