Not white enough, not black enough: racial identity in the South African coloured community

Continuity and context : an overview of coloured identity in white supremacist South Africa -- History from the margins : changing perceptions of its past within the coloured community -- The predicament of marginality : case studies from the earlier period of white rule -- The hegemony of race : co...

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Published in:Ohio University research in international studies / Africa series
Main Author: Adhikari, Mohamed
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: Athens Ohio University Press [u.a.] c2005
In:Ohio University research in international studies / Africa series
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Summary:Continuity and context : an overview of coloured identity in white supremacist South Africa -- History from the margins : changing perceptions of its past within the coloured community -- The predicament of marginality : case studies from the earlier period of white rule -- The hegemony of race : coloured identity within the radical movement during the mid-twentieth century -- The emperor's new clothes : coloured rejectionism during the latter phases of the apartheid era -- New responses to old dilemmas : coloured identity in a transforming South Africa.
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index
Physical Description:XVII, 252 S
ISBN:0896802442
1770130020