Kronos, 36 (2010)
Laughing with Sam Sly: The cultural politics of satire and colonial British identity in the Cape Colony, c. 1840-1850 (Published by History Department, University of the Western Cape, 2010)This article examines Sam Sly’s African Journal (1843–51), a literary and satirical newspaper published by William Layton Sammons in Cape Town. It contends that the newspaper utilised satire to forge British cultural ...
Family law and "the great moral public interests" in Victorian Cape Town (Published by History Department, University of the Western Cape, 2010)In the wake of the mineral revolution, and the Cape Colony’s attainment of responsible government, Cape Town’s population doubled in the nineteenth century’s latter years. Its largely British ruling class, seeing ...