Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://arks.princeton.edu/ark:/88435/dsp017h149s68x
 Title: From National Liberation to Democratic Renaissance in Southern Africa Contributors: Hendricks, CherylLushaba, Lwazi Keywords: AfricaSouth AfricaDemocracyPolitics and governmentSwazilandZimbabweWomenNarrativesRaceApartheid Issue Date: 2005 Publisher: CODESRIA (Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa) Place of Publication: Dakar, Senegal Series/Report no.: CODESRIA book series Description: Taken collectively, the chapters in this volume constitute critical reflections on the Southern African component of the pan-African ideal through the entry points offered by the sub-region’s struggle for national liberation and the ongoing quest for a democratic renaissance which includes a greater investment of efforts in regional co-operation and integration. The book should thus be seen as part of an ongoing effort by scholars in the region to re-visit the theories, historiographies and experiences of national liberation; and the various ideological currents and contestations which underpinned the struggle for liberation in the period before and after the publication of the Freedom Charter, including the Black Consciousness Movement. URI: http://arks.princeton.edu/ark:/88435/dsp017h149s68x ISSN: 2869781628 Related resource: http://www.codesria.org Appears in Collections: Serials and series reports (Publicly Accessible) - CODESRIA

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