Colonialism, dysfunction and dysjuncture : the historiography of Sarah Bartmann
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University of Cape Town
This thesis is the first book-length study of the history of Sarah Bartmann. Its aim is to contribute to the writing of an Africanist history of an African. The thesis grapples with the question of identity. It approaches the study of Sarah Bartmann unconventionally, by investigating the triple identity African/native/slave.
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Abrahams, Y. 2000. Colonialism, dysfunction and dysjuncture : the historiography of Sarah Bartmann. University of Cape Town.