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Apartheid’s Festival highlights the conflicts and debates that surrounded the 1952 celebration of the 300th anniversary of the landing of Jan Van Riebeeck and the founding of Cape Town, South Africa

Apartheid’s Festival highlights the conflicts and debates that surrounded the 1952 celebration of the 300th anniversary of the landing of Jan Van Riebeeck and the founding of Cape Town, South Africa. Taking place at the height of the apartheid era, the festival was viewed by many as an opportunity for the government to promote its nationalist, separatist agenda in grand fashion

Apartheid's Festival highlights the conflicts and debates that surrounded the 1952 celebration of the 300th anniversary of the landing of Jan Van Riebeeck and the founding of Cape Town, South Africa.

Apartheid's Festival highlights the conflicts and debates that surrounded the 1952 celebration of the 300th anniversary of the landing of Jan Van Riebeeck and the founding of Cape Town, South Africa. Taking place at the height of the apartheid era, the festival was viewed by many as an opportunity for the government to promote its nationalist, separatist agenda in grand fashion

characterized South Africa, especially in the aftermath of the end of apartheid.

characterized South Africa, especially in the aftermath of the end of apartheid.

This book by Black South African scholar I. J. Mosala of the Religious Studies Department, University of. .Apartheid'S festival: contesting south africa's national pasts. Mosala of the Religious Studies Department, University of Cape Town, is one of the finest contributions to date to the discussion in South Africa and other places about biblical hermeneutics. What Mosala proposes expressly for a liberation agenda is a st reading in an effort to uncover the nature of political-economic, social.

Apartheid's Festival highlights the conflicts and debates that surrounded the 1952 celebration of the 300th anniversary of the landing of Jan Van . Series: African Systems of Thought.

Apartheid's Festival highlights the conflicts and debates that surrounded the 1952 celebration of the 300th anniversary of the landing of Jan Van Riebeeck .

Yet, as Leslie Witz shows so persuasively, Van Riebeeck has never .

Yet, as Leslie Witz shows so persuasively, Van Riebeeck has never managed to generate genuine popular response or attract emotional resonance. If anything, the reaction against Van Riebeeck on the part of those excluded from the white national community has been more deeply-felt and creative. The final chapters in the book deal with the 1952 Van Riebeeck Festival Fair and the journeys of Mail Coaches from various parts of the country to celebrate the Festival at Cape Town.

Apartheid's Festival: Contesting South Africa's National Pasts. Apartheid’s Festival highlights the conflicts and debates that surrounded the 1952 celebration of the 300th anniversary of the landing of Jan Van Riebeeck and the founding of Cape Town, South Africa. Taking place at the height of the apartheid era, the festival was viewed by many as an opportunity for the government to promote its nationalist, separatist agenda in grand fashion.

Apartheid's festival. contesting South Africa's national pasts. by Leslie Witz Local and national pasts : the journeys of the mail coach "settlers" through the Eastern Cape. Conclusion : post van Riebeeck. Published 2003 by Indiana University Press in Bloomington. Local and national pasts : the journeys of the mail coach "settlers" through the Eastern Cape. Includes bibliographical references (p. -316) and index. African systems of thought.

Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2003. 2. 5, paperback (ISBN 0-253-21613-3).

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Apartheid's Festival: Contesting South Africa's National Pasts download epub
Sociology
Author: Leslie Witz
ISBN: 0864866372
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Sociology
Publisher: David Phillips Publishers (December 31, 2003)
Pages: 336 pages