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Library Course Guide for: SOUTH AFRICA SINCE 1990

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AFRI 1060T (Africana Studies)
South Africa transformed after 1990, but the past remains powerful. This seminar explores the endurance and erosion of the apartheid legacy, as expressed in historical and fictional narratives. We begin with transition to majority rule and continue with the administrations of Mandela, Mbeki, and Zuma, connecting the formative histories of these leaders with the changing dynamic of politics. We end with narratives about the ways that ordinary people experienced new times.

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Faculty:
Nancy Jacobs (email)-- Associate Professor of Africana Studies and History
202 Sharpe House
Telephone: 3-9342
OFFICE HOURS: Thursday 1-3 or by appt.


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