Journal Editors


Prinisha Badassy

Prinisha holds a PhD in History from the University of KwaZulu-Natal, having completed her thesis on the crime of infanticide in the Natal between the years 1880 and 1935. She has published on the history of Indian interpreters within the British Empire as well as, on the complicated, sometimes lethal, relationship between masters and servants in colonial Natal. She currently lectures in History at the University of the Witwatersrand.

Email: prinisha.badassy@wits.ac.za

Web: http://www.wits.ac.za/staff/prinisha.badassy.htm

Mucha teaches in the Department of History at the University of the Witwatersrand. His research areas are urban and environmental history, particularly the politics of water and other resources in colonial and post-colonial Zimbabwe. He teaches African history and courses that focus on South Africa and Zimbabwe, as well as Latin America.

Email: Muchaparara.Musemwa@wits.ac.za

Arianna is a researcher in the History Workshop at the University of the Witwatersrand. She obtained her PhD, titled 'The South African Liberation Movements in Exile, c. 1945–1970', from the School of Oriental and African Studies in London in 2008. She is one of the editors of the volumes One Hundred Years of the ANC: Debating Liberation Histories Today (2012) and The ANC between Home and Exile: Reflections on the Anti-apartheid Struggle in Italy and Southern Africa (2015). Her research interests are South African liberation history and politics.

Email: arianna.lissoni@wits.ac.za

Web: www.wits.ac.za/historyworkshop

Thula completed his Ph.D at the University of London in 2007 and now holds a Senior Lecturer post in the department of  Historical and Heritage Studies, University of Pretoria. His Ph.d thesis is titled 'The People's War of Umkhonto we Sizwe, 1961-1990' and current work continues his research interest in ANC armed struggle. Email: thula.simpson@up.ac.za

Sandra is Associate Professor of History at Stellenbosch University. She is a social and environmental historian of southern Africa, having received concomitantly both a doctorate in modern history at the University of Oxford and an MSc in Environmental Management also from Oxford.  She has published on Afrikaner identity and animals in history.  She is the co-author with Greg Bankoff, of Breeds of Empire (NIAS Press, 2007) co-editor, with Lance van Sittert, of Canis Africanis: a dog history of southern Africa (Brill, 2008) and she is currently writing the history of horses in southern Africa. Sandra teaches a course called “A brief history of the last five million years”, environmental history and methodology.

Email: sss@sun.ac.za

Web: http://sun025.sun.ac.za/portal/page/portal/Arts/Departments/history/staf...