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South African Remains

E. P. Thompson, Biko, and the Limits of The Making of the English Working Class

Isabel Hofmeyr

E. P. Thompson's The Making of the English Working Class exercised a substantial influence on the South African academy and acted as a key shaper of a “history from below” movement in the 1980s. While Thompson's influence in South Africa has been celebrated, the limits of his circulation are less frequently explored. This article takes on this task by placing The Making alongside Steve Biko's I Write What I Like. Biko was a major figure in the emergence of the Black Consciousness Movement (BCM). The article compares the interlinked formations of which the two texts formed a part—the BCM displaced white radical intellectuals, who retreated into class analysis as an analytical alternative to race. The article also examines specific copies of the two titles found in South African libraries and uses the different patterns of marginalia as a way of tracing the individual impacts of the two texts.

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Whites Cannot Be Black

A Bikoist Challenge to Professor Xolela Mangcu

Keolebogile Mbebe

claim that a white person can transcend race and become a black person. In this article I argue that Mangcu has misinterpreted Biko, whose writings in his book of collected essays, I Write What I Like , would support the claim that whites cannot, in

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Mabogo Percy More

!: Contesting the Legacies of Steve Biko (New York: Palgrave. 2008), 29. 47 Steve Biko, “I Write What I Like,” SASO Newsletter 2 no 1. (Jan-Feb, 1972a), 9-10. 48 Frantz Fanon, Black Skin, White Masks, trans. Charles L. Markmann (New York: Grove. 1967

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Valery B. Ferim

, we are all members of the same race – humans. References Asante , M. 2003 . Afrocentricity: The Theory of Social Change . U.S.A. : African American Images . Biko , S. 1978 . I Write What I Like . Oxford : Heinemann . Briggs

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Denunciations of dependence

Race, gender, and the double bind of domestic work in the Eastern Cape

Lotte Danielsen

write what I like: A selection of his writings . London : Heinemann . Bolt , Maxim . 2013 . “ The dynamics of dependence .” Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 19 ( 2 ): 243 – 245 . doi: 10.1111/1467-9655.12024 . 10

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Contested Memory

Retrieving the Africanist (Liberatory) Conception of Non-racialism

Ndumiso Dladla

://www.versobooks.com/blogs/1559-etienne-balibar-war-racism-and-nationalism (accessed 24 October 2017 ). Biko , S. 1978 . I Write What I Like . London : Bowerdean . Brookes , E. 1977 . A South African Pilgrimage . Johannesburg : Ravan Press . Campbell v Hall

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For Us, By Us

Towards a More Just Philosophical Community

Bryan Mukandi

. https://blog.apaonline.org/2018/01/09/black-issues-in-philosophy-response-to-australian-continental-philosophy/ . Biko , S. (1978) 1987 . I Write What I Like: A Selection of His Writings . Oxford : Heinemann . Bouteldja , H. 2016 . Whites

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Jafta Masemola's Master Key

Experimental Notes on Azanian Aesthetic Theory

Athi Mongezeleli Joja

Write What I Like . Johannesburg : Picador Africa . Bogues , A. 2003 . Black Heretics, Black Prophets: Political Black Intellectuals . New York : Routledge . Cabral , A. 2012 . Unity & Struggle: Speeches and Writings . Pretoria : Unisa

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Joel Modiri

Century South Africa , 3 . Oxford : Oxford University Press . Biko , S. B. 2012 (1978). I Write What I Like: A Selection of His Writings . Johannesburg Picador Africa . Boahen , A. A. (ed). 1990 . UNESCO General History of Africa Volume