Prof Sandra Swart
Sandra Swart, "The laughter of the Afrikaner" - towards a social history of humour, Journal of Social History, Summer, 2009.
Sandra Swart and L. M. Van der Watt, "Taaltriomf or taalverdriet? An aspect of the roles of Eugène Marais and Gustav Preller in the Second Language Movement c. 1905-1927", Historia, 53, 2, 2008.
Sandra Swart, 'High Horses' - horses, class and socio-economic change in South Africa, Journal of Southern African Studies, 34, 1, 2008.
Sandra Swart, "But Where's the Bloody Horse?": Textuality and Corporeality in the "Animal Turn", Journal of Literary Studies, 23, 3, 2007.
Sandra Swart, "Motherhood and Otherhood"- gendered citizenship and Afrikaner women in the South African 1914 Rebellion. African Historical Review, 39, 1, 2007.
Sandra Swart, The 'Five Shilling Rebellion'- rural white male anxiety and the 1914 Boer Rebellion. South African Journal of History, 56, 2006.
Sandra Swart, The Construction of Eugène Marais as an Afrikaner Hero, Journal of Southern African Studies. 30, 4, 2004.
Sandra Swart, 'Bushveld Magic' and 'Miracle doctors' - an exploration of Eugène Marais and C. Louis Leipoldt's experiences in the Waterberg, South Africa, c.1906-1917, Journal of African History, 45, 2004.
Sandra Swart, "Men of Influence- The Ontology of Leadership in the 1914 Boer Rebellion", Journal of Historical Sociology, 17, 1, 2004.
Sandra Swart, 'Dogs and Dogma: a discussion of the socio-political construction of Southern African dog breeds as a window on social history', South African Historical Journal, 48, 2003.
Sandra Swart, "Mythic Bushmen in Afrikaans Literature- The Dwaalstories of Eugène N. Marais", Current Writing 15, 3, 2003, 91 - 108.
Sandra Swart, 'Riding High - horses, power and settler society, c.1654 - 1840', Kronos, vol. 29, Environmental History, Special Issue, 2003.
Sandra Swart, " 'An irritating Pebble in Kruger's shoe' - Eugène Marais and Land en Volk in the ZAR, 1891-1896", Historia, 48, 2, 2003.
Lance van Sittert and Sandra Swart, "Canis Familiaris - a dog history of South Africa". South African Historical Journal, 48, 2003.
Sandra Swart, 'Desperate men - Rebellion and the politics of poverty in the 1914 Rebellion', South African Journal of History, 42, 2001.
Sandra Swart, "'You were men in war time' - the manipulation of gender identity in war and peace", Scientia Militaria, 28, 2, 1998.
Sandra Swart, "A Boer and his gun and his wife are three things always together", Journal of Southern African Studies, 24, 4, 1998.