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by Anne K Mager


While marriage rates in South Africa are exceptionally low, ukuthwala (‘abduction marriage,’ or ‘bride abduction’) appears to. .By so doing, it inserts this social history of the Spanish postwar within a transnational perspective.

While marriage rates in South Africa are exceptionally low, ukuthwala (‘abduction marriage,’ or ‘bride abduction’) appears to be increasing in some rural communities despite declining rates of marriage overall. Moreover, contemporary abductions seem to be increasingly characterised by gendered violence. These chiefly communist resistance groups elaborated political imaginaries that were strongly gendered. The anti Francoist guerilla configured masculine and feminine.

Gender and the Making of a South African Bantustan: A Social History of the Ciskei, 1945-1959 (Social History of Africa). 0325001111 (ISBN13: 9780325001111).

By locating gender relations within overlapping domains of politics, space, and institutional arrangements, Mager joins insights from feminist theory with geography and gendered history to produce a compelling social history. Gender and the Making of a South African Bantustan: A Social History of the Ciskei, 1945-1959 (Social History of Africa).

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book by Anne Kelk Mager. As Mager shows, the creation of the Ciskei was a dynamic gendered process, and attempts to establish boundaries for the Ciskei were also attempts to stabilize and satisfy particular needs and interests. The Cambridge History of South Africa.

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Geiger's pathbreaking book about African women and the creation of nationalism in Tanganyika represents a significant . SUSAN GEIGER received her P. in African history from the University of Dar es Salaam in 1973.

Geiger's pathbreaking book about African women and the creation of nationalism in Tanganyika represents a significant contribution to modern African historical studies. Geiger's unique study is certain to spark the reevaluation of women's role in nationalist construction across the continent. She is Associate Professor in the Women's Studies Department, and on the graduate faculties in history and the Center for Advanced Feminist Studies at the University of Minnesota.

Bantustan (nominal parliamentary democracy). Europe and South Africa: A history for South African High Schools (3 e. Juta & Company, Limited. 1999) Gender and the Making of a South African Bantustan: A Social History of the Ciskei, 1945–1959, Heinemann. Switzer, L. (1993) Power and Resistance in an African Society: The Ciskei Xhosa and the Making of South Africa, University of Wisconsin Press. Sasha Polakow-Suransky, The Unspoken Alliance: Israel's Secret Relationship with Apartheid South Africa, (New York: Pantheon Books), 2010, p. 157. ^ a b Ronnie Kasrils (7 May 2004).

After the Union of South Africa formed in 1910, the "Bantu" rights of occupation remained unclear and differed .

After the Union of South Africa formed in 1910, the "Bantu" rights of occupation remained unclear and differed from colony to colony within South Africa. The Native Lands Act of 1913 demarcated the reserves in the Union, and made it illegal to sell or lease these lands to Europeans (except in the Cape Colony). General Hertzog pursued his segregation policy and subsequently passed the Native Trust and Land Act in 1936.

It was not only African women who formed social structures like the ones described above. Women of South Africa across all spheres of life have contributed in the making of South Africa. Luli Callinicos in her book, A Place in the City: The Rand on the Eve of Apartheid, describes how Afrikaans women formed 'wives clubs' to support the Afrikaner cause of 'Broederbond'. Callinicos writes that as early as the 1930s Afrikaans women were regarded as the main bearers of their culture. Today, the contribution that women made in our history is not only visible in our society but in the steps of the Union Buildings. 1910s - Anti-pass campaigns ↵.

1999) Gender and the Making of a South African Bantustan: A Social History of the Ciskei, 1945–1959, Heinemann. a b Sally Frankental; Owen Sichone (2005-01-01). South Africa's Diverse Peoples: A Reference Sourcebook. p. 187. ^ a b c Cameron, Trewhella; Spies, . An Illustrated History of South Africa (1 e. Jonathan Ball Publishers, Johannesburg.

Mager joins insights from feminist theory with geography and gendered history to produce a compelling social history.
Gender and the Making of a South African Bantustan (Social History of Africa) ebook
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