Shula Eta MARKS

Biography

Gender Female
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1936-10-14
Education Univ of Cape Town (BA), Univ of London (PhD)
Books & Publications Reluctant Rebellion: An Assessment of the 1906-08 Disturbance in Natal (1970), Economy and Society in Preindustrial South Africa (ed jtly, 1980), Industrialisation and Social Change in South Africa (ed jtly, 1982), Ambiguities of Dependence in South Africa: Class, Nationalism and the State in Twentieth Century Natal (1986), The Politics of Race, Class and Nationalism in Twentieth Century South Africa (ed jtly, 1987), Not Either an Experimental Doll: The Separate Worlds of Three South African Women (1987), Divided Sisterhood: Race Class and Nationalism in the South African Nursing Profession (1994), In Defence of Learning Academic Refugees: Their Plight, Persecution and Placement 1933-1980 (jt ed, 2012)
Recreations theatre, cinema
Clubs N/A
Style Emeritus Prof Shula Marks, OBE, FBA
Career Univ of London: lectr in history of Africa Inst of Cwlth Studies and SOAS (jtly) 1963-76, reader in history of Southern Africa 1976-84, dir Inst of Cwlth Studies 1983-93, prof of Cwlth history 1984-93, prof of history of Southern Africa SOAS 1993-2001 (prof emeritus 2001-, hon fell 2005), Douglas Southall Freeman prof Univ of Richmond VA 2005; conslt WHO 1977-80, chair World Univ Southern African Scholarships Ctee 1981-92, govr Inst of Devpt Studies Univ of Sussex 1988-91, chair Int Records Mgmnt Tst 1989-2004; vice-pres Royal African Soc 1999-2008; memb: Advsy Cncl on Public Records 1989-94, Cncl Soc for Protection of Sci and Learning (now Cncl for Assisting Refugee Academics (CARA)) 1983-2013 (chair 1993-2004), Governing Body Queen Elizabeth House Oxford 1991-94, Cwlth Scholarships Cmmn 1992-98, Humanities Research Bd 1997-98, AHRB 1998-2000, Cncl Canon Collins Tst 2004-14; Distinguished Africanist Award 2002; Hon DLitt Univ of Cape Town 1994, Hon DSocSci Univ of Natal 1996, Hon DLitt et Phil Univ of Johannesburg 2012; distinguished sr fell Sch of Advanced Study Univ of London 2002, hon prof Univ of Cape Town 2005; FBA 1995 (emeritus fell 2013), FRHistS 2000
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