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Duncan, Norman

Race, Memory and the Apartheid Archive

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Table of contents

1. The Apartheid Archive Project, the Psychosocial and Political Praxis

1. The Apartheid Archive Project, the Psychosocial and Political Praxis
Garth Stevens, Norman Duncan, Derek Hook

Introduction to Part I. Theorising the Archive

2. Memory, Narrative and Voice as Liberatory Praxis in the Apartheid Archive
Garth Stevens, Norman Duncan, Christopher C. Sonn

3. Working with the Apartheid Archive: Or, of Witness, Testimony and Ghosts
Leswin Laubscher

4. Transitioning Racialised Spaces
Carol Long

Introduction to Part II. Whiteness, Blackness and the Diasporic Other

5. Unsettling Whiteness
Gillian Straker

6. Archiving White Lives, Historicising Whiteness
Kopano Ratele, Leswin Laubscher

7. Engaging with the Apartheid Archive Project: Voices from the South African Diaspora in Australia
Christopher C. Sonn

8. On Animal Mediators and Psychoanalytic Reading Practice
Derek Hook

Introduction to Part III. Race, Gender and Sexuality in the Archive

9. Intersections of ‘Race’, Sex and Gender in Narratives on Apartheid
Tamara Shefer

10. Desire, Fear and Entitlement: Sexualising Race and Racialising Sexuality in (Re)membering Apartheid
Kopano Ratele, Tamara Shefer

11. Gendered Subjectivities and Relational References in Black Women’s Narratives of Apartheid Racism
LaKeasha G. Sullivan, Garth Stevens

Introduction to Part IV. Method in the Archive

12. On Genealogical Approaches to Working with the Apartheid Archive: A Critical History of the South African Paedophile
Brett Bowman, Derek Hook

13. How Do We ‘Treat’ Apartheid History?
Derek Hook

14. Self-Consciousness and Impression Management in the Authoring of Apartheid-Related Narratives
Gillian Eagle, Brett Bowman

15. Decolonisation, Critical Methodologies and Why Stories Matter
Christopher C. Sonn, Garth Stevens, Norman Duncan

16. From the White Interior to an Exterior Blackness: A Lacanian Discourse Analysis of Apartheid Narratives
David Pavón-Cuéllar, Ian Parker

Keywords: History, African History, African Politics, Ethnicity Studies, Personality and Social Psychology, Psychoanalysis, Social Structure, Social Inequality

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2013
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Studies in the Psychosocial
Page amount
386 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137263902
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-44281-2

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