3 edition of Post-apartheid fragments found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Wessel le Roux and Karin van Marle.|
|Series||Imagined South Africa, Imagined South Africa|
|Contributions||Le Roux, Wessel., Van Marle, Karin.|
|LC Classifications||DT1971 .P67 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 188 p. :|
|Number of Pages||188|
|LC Control Number||2008406359|
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An examination of the post-apartheid perspective This original book is a much needed and far reaching exploration of post-apartheid South African life worlds. Entanglement aims to capture the contradictory mixture of innovation and inertia, of loss, violence and xenophobia as well as experimentation Post-apartheid fragments book desegregation, which characterises the Author: Sarah Nuttall.
Voices that Reason is a path-breaking work. The author has charted the thoroughfares that speed the thought of many black South Africans towards specific expectations, grievances and actions.
The present work constitutes an important and thought-provoking culmination of a generation's worth of disparate but related revisionist thinking within 3/5(2). In this valuable contribution to the scholarship of post-apartheid architecture, Noble playfully inverts the title of Frantz Fanon's seminal anti-colonial text Black Skin, White Masks ().
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She is the author of Entanglement: Literary and Cultural Reflections on Post-Apartheid (forthcoming) and an editor of several books, including Beautiful/Ugly: African and Diaspora Aesthetics, also published by Duke University Press.
Achille Mbembe is Research Professor in History and Politics at WISER. Get this from a library. Fragments of trauma and the social production of suffering: trauma, history, and memory.
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This collection of essays by South African academics looks at the ways the country is dealing with its past, a complex mixture of colonialism, slavery, apartheid, struggle, and guilt. The emphasis is on how that past is being perceived and moulded in the post.
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apartheid Johannesburg has given way, in the post-apartheid era, to a classist spatial war against the poor. The book presents Johannesburg as an “un-tamed city of fragments,” a “city at war with itself” [AUTHOR: Please provide page numbers for quotes] where there are blurring and intertwined lines between ruin and regeneration, fixed Author: Clara E.
Irazabal Zurita. But the Post-Apartheid Distributional Regime includes other features, inherited from the apartheid period, that contribute to high or even rising inequality.
Policies affecting the growth path and the labour market contribute to rising unemployment, which underpins poverty and inequality.
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Disgrace is a mini-opera without music by a writer at the top of his form.”—Time/5(). The Pickup is a love story and the lovers' search for a home, a place of comfort: having lived in a big city with I can understand the negative reviews: Gordimer often writes dense, complicated sentences; and nothing "big" ever happens, no murder, no mystery, no physical violence/5.
This article suggests that despite the narrator's claim that post-apartheid Johannesburg is a city of dreams and hopes and now belongs to the black population, the narrative is haunted by Author: Sarah Nuttall.
Abstract. Aeschylus’ Oresteia dramatizes the meaning and political deployment of justice, concluding with the transformation of justice as vengeance into the legal justice of Athens’s new democracy.
In this essay, I examine two dramatic texts that draw on the Oresteia within another context of transitional justice: post-apartheid South by: 1. By United Nations estimates, 60 percent of the world's population will be urban by With the increasing speed of urbanization, especially in the developing world, scholars are now rethinking standard concepts and histories of modern cities.
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any system or practice that separates people according to race, caste, etc. post-apartheid Johannesburg. So, then, what is new about Murray’s book. To a certain extent, a weaving of the general critique of the neoliberal city (based on Boyer, Dear, Fainstein, Flusty, Harvey, Smith, Zukin and others) [LNB: Do these authors need citations?] with the specific critique of post-apartheid development.
Yet, the phenomena that. The book is written in the vein of fragments that make up the writers everyday planet; fragments of peoples lives, their erratic, maddening behavior.
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These earlier controversies—on the role of ‘cheap, unskilled migrant labour’ or ‘the Minerals-Energy Complex’, for example—provide important antecedents to contemporary debates about the economic/developmental crisis faced in post-apartheid South Africa. 24 Freund’s new book (as does the work of others) takes forward these Author: Timothy Gibbs.
Post-apartheid Stratification: The Trauma of Shattered Assumption in John Kani's Nothing but the Truth. embodying fragments that form an incomplete and d iscontinuous South African. : Soji Cole. A chapter in Fragments of Trauma and the Social Production of Suffering describes a film project that challenges racial injustice in the United States and African American “ghettoes” in Baltimore and other urban areas.
I heard echoes of what I was exposed to at Cherry Hospital decades : Vamık D. Volkan. My book is intended to cast some light to what it means to be a Black philosopher in South Africa, yesterday, today and possibly tomorrow if things do not radically change.
(Prophetic Fragments, Unfortunately, in post-apartheid South Africa, a growing anti-intellectualism under the presidency of Jacob Zuma took root. Within this. Book review: Tales of the reuse of Johannesburg’s modernist skyscrapers commercial functions has been a significant resource for the post-apartheid reinvention of the city.
fragments of Author: Hannah le Roux. A clear, humane solution to the continuing human rights catastrophe in Palestine is a unitary state (one-state solution, bi-national state) as in post-Apartheid South Africa that would involve Author: Dr Gideon Polya.
Fragments of Justice: Deconstruction and the The book is a patchwork of poetry, personal and family history, documentary, attached to shaping post-apartheid public opinion, in the light of our history of disinformation, dissolve with the change of a name?'5.
By Alice McDermott. (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, $) A life distorted by a lie, and by the expectations of others, is the matter of this eloquent, unsettling novel, set among Irish-Americans in New York; the winner of a National Book Award in CITIES OF THE PLAIN:.
A Primer for Forgetting is a remarkable experiment in scholarship, autobiography, and social criticism by the author of the classics The Gift and Trickster Makes This World.
It forges a new vision of forgetfulness by assembling fragments of art and writing from the ancient world to the modern, weighing the potential boons forgetfulness might /5(2). At the book’s end, on the writer’s blurb, is a photograph of the artist-at-work, cross-legged and armed with a pair of scissors before scattered fragments of the early work, a scrapping of telephone book proportions." - Jocelyn Teri Fryer (NMM University - masters dissertation).
In this article, I describe the process that led me to build a map of post-apartheid Cape Town from Long Street. I took inspiration from Bateson’s book Naven and compared it with the District Six Museum map in Cape Town with the objective of representing post-apartheid Cape Town through its : Giovanni Spissu.
The massacre at the Lonmin platinum mine in Marikana on Augwas a watershed moment in South African history. Thirty-four workers were gunned down and many more injured in a brutal assault by the South African Police (SAP).
liberation, and has recently published Fragments from the Edge. This nominal originary of the main protagonist of Coetzee's novel suggests the uneasy, uncanny relationship (whether theoretical, legal, or symbolic) between fiction and real-life when it comes to names and places.
Had the real-life David Lurie taken umbrage and sued, would Coetzee.In his drawings and animations, William Kentridge articulates the concerns of post-Apartheid South Africa with unparalleled nuance and lyricism. In the inventive process by which he created his best-known works, Kentridge draws and erases with charcoal, recording his compositions at each state.
7 Fragments for Georges Méliès, Day for. Paperback books of particular interest. FALLEN LAND, by Patrick Flanery. (Riverhead, $) Flanery’s first novel, “Absolution” (), was a multilayered tale of post-apartheid South Africa Author: Ihsan Taylor.