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For the 2005 to 2007 time frame covered by this review, the participating judges funded approximately 54 percent of JSAS costs, and the federal government funded 46 percent.
Morrell, "Of Boys and Men: Masculinity and Gender in Southern African Studies," Journal of Southern African Studies 24 (1998): 605-30; Journal of Southern African Studies is abbreviated JSAS.
Phillips, "The Local State and Public Health Reform in South Africa: Bloemfontein and the Consequences of the Spanish 'Flu Epidemic of 1918," JSAS 13 (1987): 210-33; R.
Dubow, Scientific Racism in Modern South Africa (Cambridge, 1995); A Bank, "Of 'Native Skulls' and 'Noble Caucasians': Phrenology in Colonial South Africa," JSAS 22, 3 (1996): 387-404
Beinart, "Political and Collective Violence in Southern African Historiography," JSAS 18 (1992): 455-86; R.
JSAS provides annuities to surviving spouses and dependent children of deceased Supreme Court Justices, judges of the United States, and other participating judicial officials.