Who Is an African?

Who Is an African?

Race, Identity, and Destiny in Post-apartheid South Africa

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Rowman & Littlefield

07/2020

336

Mole

Inglês

9781978700567

15 a 20 dias

499

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Foreword: Marshall W. Murphree Foreword: Nobuhle Hlongwa Acknowledgements Contributors Introduction: Who is an African? Roderick R. Hewitt Chammah J. Kaunda PART I: RACISM, XENOPHOBIA AND CULTURAL IDENTITY The Changing Salience of Race: Discrimination and Diversity in South Africa Jeremy Seekings, University of Cape Town Cracking the Skull of Racism in South Africa Post-1994 Vuyani S. Vellem, University of Pretoria Black Solidarity Impaled: The Cause of Afrophobia Bernard Matolino, University of KwaZulu-Natal Race, Place and Indian Identities in Contemporary South Africa Goolam Vahed, University of KwaZulu-Natal Ashwin Desai, University of Johannesburg Liberating Identifications: Being Black Conscious, Being Non-Racial, Being African Nico Botha, University of South Africa Umuntu Akalahlwa: An Exploration of an African Ethics Sibusiso Masondo, University of KwaZulu-Natal PART II: GENDER, SEXUALITY AND SOCIAL COHESION "I am Born of a People Who Would Not Tolerate Oppression": The Role of Indian Women's Movements in Social Transformation Rowanne S. Marie, Seth Mokitimi Methodist Seminary Identity Construction of African Women in the Midst of Land Dispossession Maserole Kgari-Masondo, University of KwaZulu-Natal Re-enacting "Destiny": Masculinity and Afrikaner Identity in "Religious" Post-Apartheid South Africa Kennedy Owino, Seth Mokitimi Methodist Seminary/University of KwaZulu-Natal "Some LGBTIQs Are More Unequal than Others": Determinants of LGBTIQ Marginality in South Africa Scott Everett Couper, University of KwaZulu-Natal/Seth Mokitimi Methodist Seminary Rituals of Female Solidarity: The Role of Imbusa in Promoting Social Cohesion among Married Women in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa Mutale M. Kaunda, University of KwaZulu-Natal Chammah J. Kaunda, University of South Africa PART III: RELIGION, PROTEST, AND AFRICANNESS "Sing unto the LORD a New Song" (Psalm 98:1): Aspects of the Afrikaans Punk-Rock Group Fokofpolisiekar's Musical Spirituality as Rearticulated Aspects of the 1978 Afrikaans Psalm- en Gesangeboek Christo Lombaard, University of South Africa Rastafari Perspectives on African Identities: Lucky Dube's "Different Colours / One People" in Conversation with Peter Tosh's "I Am an African" Roderick R. Hewitt, University of KwaZulu-Natal On Locating Islam and African Muslim Identity within Black/Africana Existential Thought: A Preview Tahir Fuzile Sitoto, University of KwaZulu-Natal Urban Immigrant Pentecostal Missiology: The Case of an Immigrant Zambian Pentecostal Pastor in South Africa Chammah J. Kaunda, University of South Africa Why Read the West? Messianicity and Canonicity within a Postcolonial, South African Context Justin Sands, North-West University Potchefstroom
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Africa; African Music; apartheid; Diaspora; Identity; Islam; Johannesburg; Kwa-Zulu Natal; LGBTQ; LGBTQIA; Postcolonial; Queer Studies; Race; Race Relations; South Africa; Women's Studies