EXCHANGING SYMBOLS, monuments and memorials in post-apartheid South Africa

: Nettleton (A.) & Fubah (M.) eds.

R 320.00
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237pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Stellenbosch, 2019


Contributions include:

"Statues of Liberty? by Sharlene Swartz, Benjamin Roberts, Steven L Gordon and Jarè Struwig

"By design, survival and recognition" by Anitra Nettleton

"In whose name? On statues, place and pain in South Africa" by Alude Mahali

"This fragile present: Verfremdung as a strategy of memorial in the work of contemporary South African artists" by Nancy Dantas

Anitra Nettleton is Professor at the University of Johannesburg where she teaches African art and Professor Emeritus at the University of the Witwatersrand. Her books include Engaging Modernities, African Dream Machines and African Art in South Africa, from tradition to township.

Mathias Alubafi Fubah is Senior Research Specialist in the Human and Social Development Research Programme at the Human Sciences Research Council and a research fellow at the Centre for Gender and African Studies, University of the Free State.