Number of items: 9.
Slavery, Emancipation and Colonial Rule in South Africa.
University of KwaZulu-Natal Press.
Law and community in a slave society: Stellenbosch District, South Africa, c.1760-1820.
'The Good Opinion of other''s: Law, slavery and community in the Cape Colony c 1760-1830.'
In: Worden/C, N, (ed.),
Breaking the chains: slavery and its legacy in the nineteenth-century Cape Colony.
Witwatersrand University Press (Johannesburg), pp. 25-43.
'In Search of Profitability: Wheat and Wine Production in the Post-Emancipation Western Cape.'
South African Historical Journal, 55.
'The Origins and Aftermath of the Cape Colony's 'Hottentot Code' of 1809.'
Kronos. Journal of Capte History, 31.
'The Making of a Colonial Elite: Property, Family and Landed Stability in the Cape Colony, c. 1750-1834.'
Journal of Southern African Studies, 31 (1).
'The decline of the cape gentry, 1838 - 1900.'
The Journal of African History, 40 (2).
'Cape settler society at the time of slave emancipation.'
'The Castle in the History of Cape Town in the VOC Period.'
Studies in the history of Cape Town.