Negotiating the past: the making of memory in South Africa

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Oxford University Press, 1998 - History - 300 pages
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This collection of essays by South African academics looks at the ways the country is dealing with its past, a complex mixture of colonialism, slavery, apartheid, struggle, and guilt. The emphasis is on how that past is being perceived and molded in the post-apartheid era.

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NJABULO NDEBELE
19
ANDRE BRINK
29
ANTHONY HOLIDAY
43
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SARAH NUTTALL is also associated with WISER (Wits Institute for Social and Economic Research).

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