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The HISTORY ACCESS programme is an attempt to operationalise a set of concrete, sustainable and institutionally implementable transformative practices which can creatively respond to the perceived disconnect between the academic discipline and the public lives of the pasts in the fraught context of South Africa.

Vernacular Universals

This cluster of HISTORY ACCESS will be focused on the questions of multilinguality.

Everyday Archives

This cluster will encourage and actively facilitate the options of articulating original research in technologically contemporary and innovative forms.

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Funded by: The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation