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Deep histories : gender and colonialism in southern Africa

Deep histories : gender and colonialism in southern Africa

Author: Wendy Woodward; Patricia Hayes; Gary Minkley
Publisher: Amsterdam : Rodopi, 2002.
Series: Cross/cultures: readings in the post-colonial literatures in English, 57
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Wendy Woodward; Patricia Hayes; Gary Minkley
ISBN: 9042012196 9789042012196 9042012293 9789042012295
OCLC Number: 902149622
Description: 356 p.
Contents: AcknowledgementsList of figuresPrologueIntroductionDeep HiStories: Gender and Colonialism in Southern AfricaWENDY WOODWARD, PATRICIA HAYES AND GARY MINKLEYGenealogies of voiceState Racism and the Education of Desires:A Colonial Reading of FoucaultANN LAURA STOLERDomesticity and Dispossession: The Ideologies of Domesticity and 'Home' and the British Construction of the Primitive from the Eighteenth to the Early Nineteenth CenturiesELIZABETH ELBOURNEContradictory Tongues: Torture and Testimony of Two Slave Women in the Eastern Cape Courts in 1934 WENDY WOODWARDWomen's Talk and the Colonial State: The Case of Sir John Wylde, 1931-1933KIRSTEN MACKENZIEScience and the Spectacle: /Khanako's South Africa, 1936-1937CIRAJ RASSOOL AND PATRICIA HAYESSteeped histories'Moedermeesteres': Dutch-Afrikaans Women's Entry into the Public Sphere in the Cape Colony 1860-1896MARIJKE Du TOIT'We respected them for their colour': Male Nursing on the Mines in Twentieth-Century South AfricaSHULA MARKSFaithful Daughter, Murdering Mother: Transgression and Social Control in Colonial NamibiaMEREDITH MCKITTRICK WITH FANUEL SHINGENGEGender and Fertility in a Postcolonial Moment: The Prohibition of Depo-Provera in Zimbabwe 1981AMY KALERSounding linesSelf-Representation and the Reconstruction of Southern African Pasts: Bessie Head's A Bewitched CrossroadDESIREE LEWISGender-Blending and Code-Switching in the South African Novel: A Postcolonial ModelJOHAN JACOBSTargeted for Change: Cameroonian Women and Missionary Designs in Some Fiction of Mongo BetiELIAS BONGMBAColonizing the Queer: Some Problems in Curating South Africa's First National Gay and Lesbian Art ExhibitionJOAN BELLISNotes on contributors
Series Title: Cross/cultures: readings in the post-colonial literatures in English, 57
Responsibility: Wendy Woodward [edit.] ; Patricia Hayes [edit.] ; Gary Minkley [edit.].


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