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South Africa: anthropology or anthropologies?
(American Anthropological Association, 2015)
A direct result of South Africa’s specific history has been the extraordinary significance of its contested, if not conflicting, political and ideological positions on anthropology’s South African trajectories. This was ...
South Africa's May 1968: decolonising institutions and minds
(Taylor & Francis, 2016)
Throughout 2015 students at South African universities rose up in a mass revolt. They made their voices heard from their campuses, from the streets, from the grounds of Parliament in Cape Town, and the lawns of the Union ...
Africa after apartheid: South Africa, race, and nation in Tanzania
South African economic and political expansion into the African continent has been a controversial feature of the post-apartheid era. Now human geographer Richard Schroeder has taken up the matter in an ethnographic study ...
Un/making difference through performance and mediation in contemporary Africa
(Taylor & Francis, 2017)
This special issue of the Journal of African Cultural Studies grew out of a panel we organized at the European Conference on African Studies in Lisbon in June 2013. Our starting point was the observation of a massive revival ...