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Negotiating race and belonging in a post-apartheid South Africa: Bernadette’s stories
(Kings College, Univ. of London, 2014)
Although apartheid officially ended in 1994, race as a primary marker of identity has continued to permeate many aspects of private and public life in a post-apartheid South Africa. This paper explores how race is ...
‘… The Agapanthi, Asphodels of the Negroes…’: Life-writing, landscape and race in the South African diaries and poetry of George Seferis
(Taylor & Francis, 2012)
The Greek poet George Seferis (1900-1971) spent 10 months in South Africa during WWII as a senior diplomatic official attached to the Greek government in exile. Drawing on his diary entries, correspondence and poetry ...
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 ...
Health inequality in South Africa: a systematic review
This study presents a review of key empirical studies on health inequalities in South Africa with the aim of contributing to a comparative examination of social inequalities in health across different countries in Europe ...
Negotiating race in post-apartheid South Africa: Bernadette’s stories
(De Gruyter, 2018)
Contemporary scholarship on race investigates how racism is deeply embedded in everyday norms and practices in ways which subtly, even unwittingly, serve to reproduce white domination. In South Africa, like many other ...
Fanon in drag: Decoloniality in sociolinguistics?
In focus in this paper is the genre of drag, and the uses to which it is put by its proponents in subverting conventional and repressive (Western) models of gender, sexuality and race. We raise the question of to what ...