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Author: Axel-Ivar BerglundW BodensteinDebby BonninMarianne BrindleyA T BryantAll authors
Publisher: New Haven, Conn. : Human Relations Area Files, 2005-
Series: eHRAF world cultures., Africa.
Edition/Format:   Website : Document   Continually Updated Resource   Computer File : English
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This collection of 46 documents are about the Zulu, an African ethnic group mainly living in the South African province of KwaZulu-Natal, and covers a time span from about 1800 to 2002. Krige's Social system of the Zulus provides a general ethnography. The topics of religion, symbolism, magic, and divination as well as socio-political organization are extensively covered among the other documents in this  Read more...
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Continually Updated Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Axel-Ivar Berglund; W Bodenstein; Debby Bonnin; Marianne Brindley; A T Bryant; Henry Callaway; Cetewayo, King of Zululand; Brian M Du Toit; Robert B Edgerton; Veit Erlmann; James W Fernandez; Max Gluckman; Daphna Golan-Agnon; Lewis Grout; Sean Hanretta; Abigail D Harrison; Sandra Klopper; Max Kohler; Ferdinand Krauss; Kai Kresse; Eileen Jensen Krige; Adam Kuper; Suzanne Leclerc-Madlala; S G Lee; H C Lugg; Aran S MacKinnon; Pranitha Maharaj; Shula Marks; Harriet Ngubane; Otto Friedrich Raum; D H Reader; D K Rycroft; H S Schoeman; Norman A Scotch; Joseph Shooter; N J Van Warmelo; Absolom Vilakazi; Thembisa Waetjen; Mary De Haas; Human Relations Area Files, inc.
OCLC Number: 61370900
Notes: Title from Web page (viewed Apr. 29, 2008).
This portion of eHRAF world cultures was last updated in 2005 and is a revision and update of the microfiche file.
Details: Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Contents: Zulu thought-patterns and symbolism / Axel-Ivar Berglund --
Present day Zulu philosopher / W. Bodenstein and O. F. Raum --
Claiming spaces, changing places: political violence and women's protests in KwaZulu-Natal / Debby Bonnin --
Old women in Zulu culture / Marianne Brindley --
Zulu medicine and medicine-men / A. T. Bryant --
Nursery tales, traditions, and histories of the Zulus, in their own words, with a translation into English, and notes / by the Rev. Canon Callaway --
Religious system of the Amazulu: izinyanga zokubula; or, divination, as existing among the Amazulu, in their own words, with a translation into English, and notes / by the Rev. Canon Callaway --
Zulu king speaks: statements made by Cetshwayo kaMpande on the history and customs of his people / edited by C. de B. Webb and J. B. Wright --
Religious revivalism among urban Zulu ; The isangoma, an adaptive agent among the urban Zulu / Brian M. Du Toit --
Like lions they fought, the Zulu war and the last Black empire in South Africa / Robert B. Edgerton --
the past is far and the future is far, power and performance among Zulu migrant workers / Veit Erlmann --
Divinations, confessions, testimonies: Zulu confrontations with the social superstructure / James W. Fernandez --
Analysis of a social situation in modern Zululand ; Kingdom of the Zulu of South Africa / Max Gluckman --
Inkatha and its use of the Zulu past / Daphna Golan --
Zulu-land; or, Life among the Zulu-Kafirs of Natal and Zulu-land, South Africa / Lewis Grout --
Women, marginality and the Zulu state: women's institutions and power in the early nineteenth century / Sean Hanretta --
Life histories, reproductive histories: rural South African women's narratives of fertility, reproductive health and illness / Abigail Harrison and Elizabeth Montgomery --
You only need one bull to cover fifty cows: Zulu women and traditional dress / Sandra Klopper --
Marriage customs in southern Natal / M. Kohler --
Zulu / Ferdinand Krauss --
Izibongo, the political art of praising: poetical socio-regulative discourse in Zulu society / Kai Kresse --
Girls' puberty songs and their relation to fertility, health, morality, and religion among the Zulus ; Some Zulu concepts important for an understanding of fertility and other rituals ; Social system of the Zulus / Eileen Jensen Krige --
The house and Zulu political structure in the nineteenth century / Adam Kuper --
Infect one, infect all: Zulu youth response to AIDS epidemic in South Africa / Suzanne Leclerc-Madlala --
Social influences in Zulu dreaming ; Some Zulu concepts of psychogenic disorder / S. G. Lee --
Agricultural ceremonies in Natal and Zululand / H. C. Lugg --
Chiefly authority, leapfrogging headmen and the political economy of Zululand, South Africa, ca. 1930-1950 / Aran S. Mackinnon --
Male attitudes to family planning in the era of HIV/AIDS: evidence from KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa / Pranitha Maharaj --
Patriotism, patriarchy and purity, Natal and the politics of Zulu ethnic consciousness / Shula Marks --
Body and mind in Zulu medicine / Harriet Ngubane --
Social functions of avoidances and taboos among the Zulu / O. F. Raum --
Zulu tribe in transition, the Makhanya of southern Natal / D. H. Reader --
Curing what ails them: individual circumstances and religious choice among the Zulu-speakers in Durban, South Africa / John C. Rounds --
Royal account of music in Zulu life with translation, annotation, and musical transcription / David K. Rycroft --
Preliminary report on traditional beadwork in the Mhkwanazi area of the Mtunzini District, Zululand / H. S. Schoeman --
Magic, sorcery, and football among the urban Zulu / Norman A. Scotch --
Kafirs of Natal and the Zulu country / Joseph Shooter --
Cultural summary, Zulu / Pearl Sithole and John Beierle --
Kinship terminology of the South African Bantu / N. J. v. Warmelo --
Zulu transformations / Absolom Vilakazi --
Workers and warriors: Inkatha's politics of masculinity in the 1980s / Thembisa Waetjen and Gerhard Maré --
Ethnicity and federalism: the case of KwaZulu/Natal / Mary De Haas and Paulus Zulu.
Series Title: eHRAF world cultures., Africa.

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This collection of 46 documents are about the Zulu, an African ethnic group mainly living in the South African province of KwaZulu-Natal, and covers a time span from about 1800 to 2002. Krige's Social system of the Zulus provides a general ethnography. The topics of religion, symbolism, magic, and divination as well as socio-political organization are extensively covered among the other documents in this collection.

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