KRONOS 45, southern African histories, November 2019, special edition: Angola, nationalist narratives and alternative histories

: Ball (J.) & Gastrow (C.) eds.

R 276.00
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160pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2019


Kronos: southern African histories is an accredited open access journal published annually by the Department of History and the Centre for Humanities Research at the University of the Western Cape.

Contributions include:

"Monumental Relations: connecting memorials and conversations in rural and urban Malanje, Angola" by Aharon de Grassi

"Fighting Over the Archive: politics and practice in the art world in Angola" by Suzana Sousa

"Reflections on Angola's 1992 Election: a photo essay" by Claudia Gastrow

"Angola 1992 - hope in the face of anguish" a photo essay by Paul Weinberg

"'Can we name ourselves Savimbi?': crevice moments and spaces of national reimagination in the Angolan Scouts" by Jess Auerbach.

Historian Jeremy Ball teaches at Dickinson College, USA, and is the author of Angola's Colossal Lie: forced labor on a sugar plantation 1913-1977. 

Claudia Gastrow lectures in the Department of Anthropology and Development Studies at the University of Johannesburg.