Segregation and Apartheid in Twentieth Century South Africa
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Description: Offering a selection of significant essays contributed by prominent writers of various perspectives,Segregation and Apartheid in 20th Century South Africais and unparalleled introduction to this highly contentious and absorbing subject of international import. The collection is supplemented by a specially written introduction by editors William Beinhart and Saul Dubow, which contextualizes the historiographical controversy. This introduction is comprehensive and current, taking into account the 1994 election and associated changes. Also included in this volume are explanatory notes and article summaries, and a glossary of unusual terms which make this collection easily accessible to all interested readers.
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Copyright year: 1995
Publication date: 5/9/1995
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
|Series Editor's Preface|
|The Sanitation Syndrome|
|British Hegemony and the Origins of Segregation in South Africa, 1901-14|
|Capitalism and Cheap Labour Power in South Africa|
|Natal, the Zulu Royal Family and the Ideology of Segregation|
|Marxism, Feminism and South African Studies|
|The Elaboration of Segregationist Ideology|
|Chieftaincy and the Concept of Articulation|
|The Growth of Afrikaner Identity|
|The Meaning of Apartheid Before 1948|
|Ethnicity and Pseudo-Ethnicity in the Ciskei|