Kala Pani: Caste and Colour in South Africa

Author(s): REHANA
ISBN13/Barcode: 9780795701351

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An exploration of so-called Indian identity in South Africa and its transformations after apartheid. The weight...[that] ethnic difference has had under apartheid, says Rehana Eb.-Valley, "acted as a deterrent to progressive writers against using analysis in social and political inquiry" (pp. 84-85). This book sets out to correct that trend and seeks to provide the nature and extent of ethnic differentiation among South Africa's Indians. This kind of differentiation prevailed right from the start when the Indians came as immigrants in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries

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ISBN13/Barcode 9780795701351
ISBN10 0795701357
Binding Paperback
Date Published 30 Oct 2001
Frequency No
Report Date N/A
Pages 214
Publisher Kwela [GBM] [South Africa]

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