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Rhodes eResearch Repository (14.800 recursos)

Repository of the academic and research output of the Rhodes University community.

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  1. Yes please

    n.a, n.a

  2. Program: Chris McGregor's Brotherhood of Breath

    n.a, n.a

  3. Chris McGregor "In His Good Time"

    n.a, n.a

  4. Blue Notes in concert Volume 1

    n.a, n.a

  5. Blue Notes for Mongezi

    Miller, Hazel; Beal, Keith

  6. Chris McGregor / Piano Song Vol.1

    Méziat, Philippe

  7. Chris McGregor / Piano Song Vol.2

    Méziat, Philippe

  8. Jazz/The African sound

    Breakey, Basil; Belnart, Julian

  9. Research Repository Publication of Early Rhodes Theses

    Clayton, P.; Phakeng, M.; Coetzee, M.
    The Rhodes University Private Bill was passed by Parliament in April 1949, which marks the date of independent accreditation of Rhodes as a University. Before that date, we operated as a constituent college of the University of South Africa. Theses from the pre-1949 bill era bear the affiliation “Rhodes University College”.

  10. Spirits - Rejoice

    Moholo, Louis; Williams, Richard

  11. Letter from Ellert Bernard

    Bernard, Ellert

  12. In Memory of Chris McGregor

    The Base, n.a

  13. Chris McGregor: 24 December 1936 - 26 May 1990

    Gordon, Steve

  14. Letter from Jack Lang to Chris McGregor's family

    Lang, Jack

  15. Archie Shepp - Chris McGregor - Brotherhood of Breath

    n.a, n.a

  16. Khayelitsha Terminus - District Six

    n.a, n.a

  17. Journalism in a new democracy : the ethics of listening

    Wasserman, Herman

  18. Water and transformation in South Africa

    Palmer, C.G.

  19. From this to this?

    Grahamstown Group Areas Action Committee,
    Brochure campaigning against the proposed forced removal of the Fingoes from Grahamstown's Fingo village to Committee's Drift after Fingo village was proclaimed a Coloured Area under the Proclamation No. 100, March 26, 1970.

  20. Taxonomy 2.0: biodiversity in the digital age

    Pereira da Conceicoa, L.L.; Price, B.W.; Villet, M.H.
    The way that we communicate has changed auspiciously in the last decade. Even the philosophy behind communication on the internet has changed so much that it is now referred to as the Web 2.0. With modern hand held devices, the web is moving into your handbag and your pocket.   It’s about communication all day, everyday. Its about having access to it wherever you go.   Modern taxonomists have picked up on these changes too, beginning with databases that are interlinked across the internet to form Taxonomy 2.0. Its all the time, everywhere and most importantly for everyone. And that’s what I am here...

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