Lantern

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Lantern is the short and generally used name of a bilingual (Afrikaans and English) scientific and cultural journal published in South Africa by the South African Association for Adult Education from 1949 to 1995, when it was replaced by the short-lived Vuka SA ("Awake SA") on 25 Oktober 1995.

Its full title was: Lantern: Tydskrif vir Kennis en Kultuur = Journal of Knowledge and Culture and the first editor was Vivian C. Wood, supported by the English editor Eldred Green, and among later editors were Rinie Stead and Riena van Graan.

Numerous articles on the performing arts and film appeared in Lantern over the years (See ESAT Bibliography) .


Sources

"Lantern het kultuur wyd belig" Die Burger, 12 September, 2009[1]

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