EKHAYA, the politics of home in KwaZulu-Natal

: Healy-Clancy (M.) & Hickel (J.) eds.

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278 pp., illus., paperback, Pietermaritzburg, 2014.

 

A collection of essays that examine how the home has changed through time in direct relation to broader economic and political transformations in KwaZulu-Natal.

Contributions include:
"Colonial Transformations and the Home" by Jeff Guy
"Familial Authority, Political Authority and the Life of a Female Chief in Colonial Natal" by Eva Jackson
"Engineering the Township Home: domestic transformations and urban revolutionary consciousness" by Jason Hickel
"'House' and 'Home': changing meanings and practices in a post-apartheid township" by Judith Singleton
"Beneath the 'Zunami': Jacob Zuma and the gendered politics of social reproduction in South Africa" by Mark Hunter

Social historian Megan Healy-Clancy teaches in History and Literature and in Social Studies at Harvard University. She is also the author of "A World of Their Own".
Anthropologist Jason Hickel teaches at the London School of Economics.