The issues surrounding the state censorship of literature in Apartheid era South Africa are discussed in this series between Peter McDonald and other academics at Oxford University. In this series Peter discusses the legal, political and literary perspectives of censorship in literature in South Africa.
|1||Creative Commons||Censorship in South Africa: Introduction||Peter McDonald talks briefly about what first interested him in Censorship of Literature in South Africa.||Peter McDonald||12 Jan 2010|
|2||Creative Commons||Peter McDonald on Censorship in South Africa||Peter McDonald talks with Oliver Lewis about censorship, its philosophical basis and general history within Apartheid South Africa.||Peter McDonald, Oliver Lewis||12 Jan 2010|
|3||Creative Commons||Political Perspectives to State Censorship of Literature||Peter McDonald and David Robertson discuss the idea of state censorship, especially Apartheid era South Africa, looking at the political perspectives and implications of state censorship of literature.||Peter McDonald, David Robertson||17 Nov 2009|
|4||Creative Commons||Literature and State Censorship: A literary perspective||Peter McDonald and Elleke Bohemer discuss state censorship from a literary perspective; also discussing the issues of nationalism, modernism and Apartheid.||Peter McDonald, Elleke Boehmer||17 Nov 2009|
|5||Creative Commons||Legal issues in state censorship||Peter McDonald and Liora Lazarus discuss the legal issues of state censorship especially in Apartheid era South Africa.||Peter McDonald, Liora Lazarus||17 Nov 2009|