Coloured by history, shaped by place : new perspectives on Coloured identities in Cape Town
Coloured by history, shaped by place : new perspectives on Coloured identities in Cape Town / edited by Zimitri Erasmus.
|Other authors:||Erasmus, Zimitri.|
Table of Contents:
- Re-imagining Coloured Identities in Post-Apartheid South Africa / Zimitri Erasmus
- 'Ominous' Liaisons: Tracing the Interface between 'Race' and Sex at the Cape / Cheryl Hendricks
- 'Slaves don't have opinions': Inscriptions of Slave Bodies and the Denial of Agency in Rayda Jacobs' The Slave Book / Pumla Dineo Gqola
- The Politics of Naming: The Constitution of Coloured Subjects in South Africa / Thiven Reddy
- Reclassifications: Coloured, Malay, Muslim / Shamil Jeppie
- Fragile Identities: Memory, Emotion and Coloured Residents of Windermere / Sean Field
- District Six and its Uses in the Discussion about Non-racialism / Crain Soudien
- Writing Hybrid Selves: Richard Rive and Zoe Wicomb / Desiree Lewis
- Crossing the Colour(ed) Line: Mediating the Ambiguities of Belonging and Identity / Heidi Grunebaum and Steven Robins
- Black Thing: Hip-Hop Nationalism, 'Race' and Gender in Prophets of da City and Brasse vannie Kaap / Adam Haupt.