Databases, blogs, enquiries, literature, info-search
Most of my dynamic online databases were constructed in FileMaker format. When my home server is up and running, you can access my databases through FileMaker Instant Web Publishing. However, this also depends of the network protection or firewall your PC is situated behind.
You should tell your workplace web-administrator to open port 5003 and maybe 80, 443, and some others. Your private/home-network will often allow access even when your institutional won't. IWP also requires Java-script to be enabled on web browsers that are used to access shared files.
Data tables will be open most weekdays after 2 pm Copenhagen time, except Mondays and
Thursdays. Feel free to mail requests for extended access. Most of the databases include blog-functions in the sense that they contain fields open for external comments.
If you cannot contact my online server, it is only possible to access a few static record-sets pre-selected by subject, and not regularly updated.
My online databases / blogs
Manual: How to use my databases
Learning about the FileMaker database programme (external link)
Static record-sets selected by subject:
timeline, chronological list of events in South African history
Solidarity chronology, Nordic support for Southern Africa
LitSA search on antiapartheid international solidarity
abbreviations, organisations etc.
LitSA search on important periodicals on Africa
LitSA search on Nelson Mandela's life
LitSA search on apartheid's genesis
search on South African historiography
LitSA/LitProf search on race theory and racism
LitSA search on the land question
search on South African education policy
LitSA search on SA press and media
LitSA search on gender issues
LitSA search on South African
LitSA search on the role of the church
search on literature on the South African Communist Party
search on Afrikanerdom
LitSA search on sport, soccer, and World Cup
ResFund, search on Danish funding for research
ResFund, search on Danish funding for traveling
ResFund, search on Danish funding for publishing