Kalley, Jacqueline A(udrey)

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KALLEY, Jacqueline A(udrey)

KALLEY, Jacqueline A(udrey). South African, b. 1945. Genres: Area studies. Career: History teacher at secondary schools, 1967-68 and 1970; Natal Provincial Library Services, staff member, 1972; University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, international affairs librarian at Jan Smuts Library, 1974-98, honorary research associate in politics, 1998-. Electoral Institute of Southern Africa, librarian, 1998-. Affiliated with Alex-san Library Centre, 1991-. South African Research Documentation Information User Service, coeditor of database, 1996-98. Murrayfield (community organization), chair of board of trustees, 1990-97 and 1999-2000. Publications: Transkeian Bibliography: 1945 to Independence, 1976; Index to the Union of South Africa Treaty Series, 1926-1960, 1978; The Transkei Region of Southern Africa, 1877-1978: A Select and Annotated Bibliography, 1980; South Africa's Foreign Relations, 1980-1984: A Select and Annotated Bibliography, 1984; South Africa by Treaty, 1806-1986: A Chronological and Subject Index, 1987; South Africa under Apartheid: A Select and Annotated Bibliography, 1987; Pressure on Pretoria: Sanctions, Boycotts, and the Disinvestment Campaign against South Africa; A Select and Annotated Bibliography, 1988; South Africa's Road to Change, 1987-1990: A Select and Annotated Bibliography, 1991; Apartheid in South African Libraries: The Transvaal Experience, 2000; South Africa's Treaties in Theory and Practice, 1806-1998, 2000. COMPILER: (with E. Schoeman and J. Willers) Letters to Smuts: Correspondence relating to the Personal Library of General J.C. Smuts, 1902-1950, 1980; (with others) Mandela's Five Years of Freedom: South African Politics and Economics, 1990-1995, 1996; (with others) Southern African Political History of Chronology of the Political Events from Independence to Mid-1997, 1999. Contributor to books. Contributor of articles and reviews to periodicals. Address: 317 Murrayfield, Corlett Dr., Illovo, Johannesburg 2196, Republic of South Africa.