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There has been a tendency in anthropology to read Frantz Fanon referentially, reflectively, & phenomenologically. As a consequence, his analyses have been regarded as reductive & simplistic. Promoted here is a relational, reflexive, & historical reading of his essay, 'Concerning Violence...
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Rev. of Namibia Under South African Rule: Mobility and Containment, 1915-46 by Patricia Hayes, Jeremy Silvester, and Marion Wallace
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Rev. of Creating Germans Abroad: Cultural Policies and National Identity in Namibia by Daniel Joseph Walther
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