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Erasing the Nation

The Historiography of African Nationalism in Conqueror South Africa

Terblanche Delport

conquest. In this article, we will specifically focus on the interpretations of African Nationalism by select proponents of the liberal and Marxist historiographic traditions. We will critique the way in which these historiographies depict and

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Lauren Marx

African nationalism with a comparative analysis to that of the current political leadership in South Africa today. The question of education, land and race has been omnipresent in the South African narrative and therefore this research is important in

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Traces of Pan Africanism and African Nationalism in Africa Today

Denis Goldberg

of a call to African Unity had different reasons for that call at different times. It is also necessary to distinguish between concepts such as African Nationalism in the different countries or even regions and Pan-Africanism relating to the whole

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Some Senses of Pan-Africanism from the South

Christopher Allsobrook

principles haunt South Africa forty years after Biko’s death. With political independence, despite the sterling example of early nationalist leaders such as Kwame Nkrumah and Julius Nyerere, relations between African Nationalism and Pan-Africanism have

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Lawrence Ogbo Ugwuanyi

Manchester in 1945’ ( Mutiso and Rohio 1963: 341 ). It should also be noted that many African leaders, such as Nkrumah, Nyerere and Toure, attended the Manchester conference and that its basic idea was the need to achieve a pan-African nationalism that will

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Empire and Economics

Decolonising Colonialism and Its Legacies in Africa

Edited by Lawrence Hamilton

African nationalism, for example – results in narrow studies of local histories that pay insufficient critical attention to the task of contextualising these events in broader, global and regional intellectual, philosophical and economic histories. A

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Class versus Nation

A History of Richard Turner’s Eclipse and Resurgence

Ian Macqueen

commitment to see nationalism as an epiphenomenon of class interests and a reluctance to accord veracity to nationalist modes of mobilisation. In Turner’s day the powerful African nationalism of the 1950s, represented by the mass action of the African

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Ndumiso Dladla

economic domination. The penultimate article is Terblanche Delport's ‘Erasing the Nation: The Historiography of African Nationalism in Conqueror South Africa’. In this article, Delport provides an assessment of the white historiography writing of the

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“It's a Big Umbrella”

Uncertainty, Pentecostalism, and the Integration of Zimbabwe Exemption Permit Immigrants in Johannesburg, South Africa

Tinashe Chimbidzikai

within South African nationalism and the apartheid/post-apartheid media discourse that constructed and sustained negative representations of African foreigners. The representations presented African foreign nationals, particularly Nigerians and Congolese

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Joel Modiri

for the most part, is whiteness by another name’. 15 As Robert Ross (2008: 112 ) writes in respect of the Union of South Africa in the early twentieth century: ‘The corollary of white South African nationalism … was the exclusion of blacks from the