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Title:Healing South African wounds = Guérir les blessures de l'Afrique du Sud
Editors:Teulié, GillesISNI
Joseph-Vilain, Mélanie
Year:2009
Issue:7
Pages:473
Language:English
Series:Les carnets du Cerpanac
City:Montpellier
Publisher:Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée
ISBN:284269872X; 9782842698720
Geographic term:South Africa
Subjects:social change
truth and reconciliation commissions
literature
women
Afrikaners
education
Abstract:On the eve of the democratic elections schedulted in South Africa in 2009, this collection of essays analyses the ways in which South Africans have been trying to heal the wounds of apartheid. The Introduction is by G. Teulié and M. Joseph-Vilain. The contributions look at divisive issues in democratic South Africa (R. Samin); the literary rebirth in South Africa (M. Loimeier); the art of Ivan Vladislavic (S. Saayman); the film 'Tsotsi' (Gavin Hood 2005) (L. Martin, in French); representation of women in media and novels post-1994 (M. Wenzel); the loosening of tongues on taboo subjects in South African literature (V. Briault Manus); contestation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in literature (B. Deb); the real effectiveness of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (S.I. Dube); reactions to the Amy Biehl amnesty decision (S. Gish); a new form of literature/historiography in South Africa? (E. Dubourdieu); the work of J.M. Coetzee in the postapartheid era (S. Collingwood-Whitlock); attitudes to geographical renaming (E. Jenkins); Afrikaner responses to postapartheid South Africa (W. Visser); transformation of child welfare (J. Schmid); education as a tool for healing (C. Serrurier-Zucker); and transformation in higher education (C. Perrot). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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