Apartheid Unravels

Apartheid Unravels

Apartheid Unravels

Apartheid Unravels

Synopsis

As apartheid collapses in South Africa, the structures established under apartheid deeply affect the emerging new social order. These essays provide a vantage point for understanding the present in South Africa and for surveying the future of the region. Most of the papers were presented as part of the Carter Lectures on Africa at the University of Florida and have been revised and updated for publication.

Excerpt

Apartheid Unravels is the third volume of Carter Lectures published by the Center for African Studies, and the second in a series that the center is co-publishing with the University of Florida Press. the first volume in the jointly published series is Structural Adjustment and African Women Farmers, edited by Christina Gladwin.

The Center for African Studies honors Gwendolyn Carter (1906-91) by hosting annually either clusters of lectures in a conference format or a series of thematically related individual lectures. the Carter Lectures have come to be widely recognized as a means of important discourse on some of the most critical issues facing Africa today. Apartheid Unravels is both a timely and an in-depth analysis of the crumbling underpinnings of the South African system of apartheid today.

Peter R. Schmidt; director University of Florida Center for African Studies . . .

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