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Title:Oceanic worlds/bordered worlds
Editors:Samuelson, MegISNI
Viljoen, Shaun
Periodical:Social Dynamics (ISSN 0253-3952)
Geographic terms:Africa
South Africa
Saint Helena
Indian Ocean
Subjects:culture contact
South-South relations
conference papers (form)
External link:https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rsdy20/33/2
Abstract:This special issue emerges out of a conference on Forging the Local and the Global, hosted by the English Department of Stellenbosch University in July 2006. Contents: Editorial, by Meg Samuelson & Shaun Viljoen. Articles: The Black Atlantic meets the Indian Ocean: forging new paradigms of transnationalism for the global South: literary and cultural perspectives, by Isabel Hofmeyr; 'Fornicatie' and 'hoerendom' or the long shadow of the Portuguese: connected histories, languages and gender in the Indian Ocean and beyond, by Fernando Rosa Ribeiro; Re-imagining South Africa via a Passage to India: M.K. Jeffreys's archive of the Indian Ocean world, by Meg Samuelson; Biography of a trade unionist and the resurrection of the 'Indian question' in twenty-first century Kenya, by Tom Odhiambo; Proclamations and silences: 'race', self-fashioning and sexuality in the trans-Atlantic correspondence between Langston Hughes and Richard Rive, by Shaun Viljoen; 'Ways of remembering': transatlantic connections and African diaspora's homecoming in the Republic of Benin, by Jung Ran Forte; Race-making/race-mixing: St. Helena and the South Atlantic world, by Daniel A. Yon; Forms of a-dress: performances of the foreign and s-other-n flows of transnational identity, by Christopher Larkosh; Imperial misnomers: Herman Melville's subversion of narratives of exploration, by Dawid W. de Villiers. Photo essays: A way through: understanding modern Palestinian narratives, by Sama Alshaibi & Marvin Gladney; Playing fields: the rules of the game, by Rozalinda Borcila. [ASC Leiden abstract]