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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 ...
Transitivity and the narrator's role in selected TRC testimonies
(Stellenbosch University, 2006)
This paper seeks to explore how two different narrators at a hearing of South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) represent the same set of events. With the use of analytical concepts and frameworks drawn ...
The Centre for Multilingualism and Diversities Research at the University of the Western Cape, South Africa
(University of the Western Cape, 2014)
There is an urgency in theorising how diversity is negotiated, communicated, and disputed as a matter of everyday ordinariness that is compounded by the clear linkages between diversity, transformation, voice, agency, ...
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 ...
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 ...