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Journey to freedom : narratives

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dc.contributor.editor Andersson, Muff 2015-10-14T08:37:21Z 2015-10-14T08:37:21Z 2007 en
dc.identifier.isbn 9781868884582 en
dc.identifier.isbn 1868884589
dc.description Contributors: Eduard Fourie [and 11 others] ; with a preface by Barney Pityana and an afterword by Mandla Makhanya.
dc.description The original publication was issued with an accompanying DVD with contents: 1) Documentary: Towards freedom: creating the journey to freedom narratives; 2) Aimations: Digital animations; 3) Extra content: Visual documentation
dc.description This project was part of the larger UNISA-Mississippi Project coordinated by the Executive Dean of Human Sciences Prof. Mandla Makhanya. It also included an international conference with George King as administrative coordinator and Prof Zodwa Motsa as events manager
dc.description.abstract Edited and compiled by Muff Andersson
dc.description.tableofcontents Contents (page vi) -- Acknowledgements (page vii) -- Preface (pages viii-ix) -- Introduction (pages x-xiii) -- The Conference. Conference concept documentation. Conference paper 1 (Art and culture): Kilts, drums and ancestors / Mogomme Alpheus Masoga (pages 1-4) -- Conference paper 2 (Political Science and Economy): The quality of South African democracy / Raymond Suttner (pages 5-18) -- Conference paper 3 (Psychology): Re-imagining community / Puleng Segalo, D Johan Kruger, Eduard Fourie and Martin Terre Blanche (pages 19-40) -- Extracts from other conference papers, anecdotes and memories (pages 41-54) The performance: music and multimedia. Melodia UNISA Chorale in pictures and song / Thembela Vokwana, Puleng Segalo and Gwenneth Miller (pages 55-58) -- Profile on ’Gcina Mhlophe 59-66) -- Profile on Preston Sihlangu ‘Presss’ (pages 67-68) -- Research on song: Bawo Thixo Somandla (pages 69-70) -- Introducing the Boitumelo and Intuthuko Sewing Groups and their work. Gwenneth Miller and Wendy Ross (pages 71-72) -- Introducing the digital artists and their work / Gwenneth MillerPages (77-81) -- An embroidery finds its way home (pages 81-83). The stories. The story about apartheid time / by Florah Raseala (pages 84-85) -- The arrival of Jan van Riebeeck in 1652 by Naledzani Matshinge (pages 86-89) -- Arrested for selling beers / by Mary Mawela (pages 90-93) -- My father killed by Inkatha / by Elisa Mahoma (pages 94-95) -- Martinah Pitjana Mashabela: my life story / by Martinah Mashabela (pages 96-99) -- Conversations we had along the way / Reboile Motswasele (pages 100-101) -- Full wall hangings (pages 102-105) -- Afterword / by Mandla Makhanya (pages 106-108) -- Notes on the Contributors (pages 109-112)
dc.format.extent 1 online resource (xiii, 108 pages) : color illustrations
dc.language English
dc.language.iso en
dc.publisher Pretoria : University of South Africa
dc.subject.classification History
dc.subject.classification Education
dc.subject.ddc 968.06
dc.subject.lcsh Apartheid -- South Africa
dc.subject.lcsh Democracy -- South Africa
dc.subject.lcsh Community psychology -- South Africa
dc.subject.lcsh South Africa -- In art
dc.subject.lcsh South Africa -- Politics and government -- 1948-1994
dc.subject.lcsh South Africa -- Politics and government -- 1994-
dc.title Journey to freedom : narratives en
dc.type Book

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