The countdown to Stellenbosch 2012 begins

Posted by Johan Fourie on 2009-09-01

Stellenbosch 2012 was proudly launched at the final plenary session of the World Economic History Congress in Utrecht, the Netherlands on the 7th of August. In a promotional DVD inviting guests to the next World Economic History Congress, the rector and vice-chancellor Russel Botman and Nobel laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu invited participants to "explore the roots of development" at the 2012 conference, which is hosted by the Department of Economics, Stellenbosch University and the Economic History Society of Southern Africa. Find more information at www.wehc2012.org.

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