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by Nigel Worden,Clifton C Crais

  • Author: Nigel Worden,Clifton C Crais
  • ISBN: 0253329485
  • ISBN13: 978-0253329486
  • ePub: 1360 kb | FB2: 1971 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Africa
  • Publisher: Indiana University Press (September 1, 1995)
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Breaking the Chains: Slavery and Emancipation in the nineteenth century Cape Colony. Contested heritage at the Cape Town Waterfront", International Journal of Heritage Studies, 2 (1996). The Making of Modern South Africa, Conquest, Segregation and Apartheid. Contested heritage in a South African city: Cape Town" in B. Shaw and R. Jones (eds), Contested Urban Heritage: Voices from the Periphery (Aldershot, Ashgate Publishers, 1997)

This text explores slavery in South Africa in the 19th century and offers glimpses into some of the social iniquities of the 20th century. Contributors focus attention on the historical transformation of the Cape Colony during the 19th century.

This text explores slavery in South Africa in the 19th century and offers glimpses into some of the social iniquities of the 20th century. ISBN13: 9781868142675. Release Date: August 2000.

ISBN: 3631495269 Author: Bernhard, Armin.

Slavery and Its legacy in Nineteenth-Century bouth Africa. And a radial new periodization of South Afrian history. From chattel slaves to wage slaves. The Dynamics of Labour bargaining in the Americas.

Books By Clifton C. Crais Breaking the Chains: Slavery and Its Legacy in the Nineteenth-Century. Crais. The South Africa Reader: History, Culture, Politics (The World Readers) Dec 10, 2013. by Clifton Crais, Thomas V. McClendon. Breaking the Chains: Slavery and Its Legacy in the Nineteenth-Century Cape Colony Aug 1, 2000. by Nigel Worden, Clifton C Crais.

Cape of Torments: Slavery and Resistance in South Africa.

Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press, 1994. Bickford-Smith, Vivian. Cape of Torments: Slavery and Resistance in South Africa. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1983. Schoch, Richard W. Not Shakespeare: Bardolatry and Burlesque in the Nineteenth Century. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002. The Colonial Encounter and The Comedy of Errors: Solomon Plaatje’s Diphosho-phosho.

Slavery in Dutch South Africa. N Worden, E Van Heyningen, V Bickford-Smith. New Africa Books, 2004. Breaking the chains: slavery and its legacy in the nineteenth-century Cape Colony. Witwatersrand Univ Pr, 1994. Cambridge University Press, 1985. The Slaves, 1652-1834. JC Armstrong, N Worden. Cape Town in the twentieth century: an illustrated social history. V Bickford-Smith, E Van Heyningen, N Worden. National identity and heritage tourism in Melaka. Indonesia and the Malay world 31 (89), 31-43, 2003.

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The book brings together historians of Australia and South Africa to highlight thought-provoking parallels and contrasts between . Breaking the Chains: Slavery and its legacy in the nineteenth-century Cape Colony more. Publisher: Witwatersrand University Press.

The book brings together historians of Australia and South Africa to highlight thought-provoking parallels and contrasts between the Cape and Australian colonies that will be of interest to all scholars of colonial societies and the concept of honour. It contains the following chapters: Introduction: Honourable intentions? Penny russell and nigel worden. 1 Defining and defending honour in law KIRSTEN MCKENZIE. 2 The Honourable Company: VOC rule at the Cape NIGEL PENN.

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