POSTCOLONIAL AFRICAN ANTHROPOLOGIES

: Boswell (R.) & Nyamnjoh (F.) eds

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222pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2016

 

A selection of essays that critically discuss anthropology's engagement with decolonisation and postcolonialism.

Contributions include:
"Men, Women, Temporality and Critical Ethnography in Africa - the imperative for a transdisciplinary conversation" by Elaine Salo
"Humanising the Congolese 'Other': love, research and reflexivity in Muizenberg, South Africa" by Joy Owen
"Mapping Journeys Through Landscape: phenomenological explorations of environment amongst rural AIDS orphans" by Patricia Henderson
"Research, Knowledge and Power: a case study of interaction between an anthropologist and a 'community' over three decades" by Chris de Wet.