Where Global Contradictions are Sharpest: Research Stories from the Kalahari

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Rozenberg Publishers, 2005 - Social Science - 159 pages
The iconographic people, The 'Bushmen' or 'San' of the Kalahari, have been the subject of abundant social research over the years. Keyan Tomaselli and his research team from the University of KwaZulu-Natal reflect critically on the way the San have been represented. He uncompromisingly and aptly illustrates the many ethical contradictions in doing fieldwork among the San.
 

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About the author (2005)

Keyan Tomaselli is Professor and Chair of Culture, Communication and Media Studies at the University of Kwazulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa. He is author of numerous papers and books on African cultural and media studies, including The Cinema of Apartheid (1988, Smyrna Press, NY) and Appropriating Images (1996, Smyrna Press, NY). More recently, he co-edited the book Media, Democracy and Renewal in Southern Africa (2001, Smyrna Press, NY). Professor Tomaselli is co-editor of two book series on the African media: Studies on the Southern African Media and Critical Studies on African Media and Culture (published by Intervention Press, Denmark for European distribution and Smyrna Press, NY for U.S. distribution) and is the editor-in-chief of Critical Arts: a journal of south-north cultural and media studies.

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