African Encounters with Domesticity

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rule. See Chauncey 1981, 136, 153; Parpait 1986,143; 1988,115, 119-120; Chanock 1985,111-124, 207-208; Mbilinyi 1988,3, 11-12, 25.
5.
For a discussion of a similar situation in Northern Rhodesia, Hansen 1989,87-98. For the Uganda Protectorate and colonial Nigeria see Gartrell 1984,168; Callaway 1987,48-51.
6.
For a discussion of white men's rape of black slave women in the American South, see Lemer 1973,149-163, 210; Jones 1986,20, 27. For the South African case, see Gaitakell 1979,49-50; van Onselen 1982,17, 64 n. 67.

Bibliography

Archival Sources

NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF ZIMBABWE

( AR) N9/1/1-26: Annual Reports for administrative districts, 1898- 1923; CNC S235/501-518: Annual Reports for administrative districts, 1924- 1940.

( DCa) CNC S235/475, Departmented Committee on Native Female Domestic Service. Evidence taken at Umtali, 15-17 August 1932. Evidence taken at Salisbury, 13-16 September 1932.

( DCb) S1561/48, Departmental Committee on Native Female Domestic Service. Evidence taken at Bulawayo, 29-31 August 1932.

( DCc) CNC S235/475, Report of the Departmental Committee on Native Female Domestic Labour. 27 October 1932.

( FWIa) CNC S235/475, Federation of Women's Institutes of Southern Rhodesia. Report of the Standing Committee on Domestic Service. July 1930.

( FWIb) S1561/48, Federation of Women's Institutes of Southern Rhodesia. "Memorandum: Suggested Terms of Reference for a Commission of Domestic Service." May 1930.

( NFDL) S1561, Correspondence: Native Female Domestic Labour Committee, Salisbury, to Colonial Secretary, October 1932.


JESUIT ARCHIVES, HARARE

(SR) Box 317. Southern Rhodesia. 1911. Report of the Native Affairs Committee of Enquiry, 1910-11. Salisbury: Government Printer.


Books and Articles

Beinart, William, and Colin Bundy. 1980. State Intervention and Rural Resistance: The Transkei, 1900-1965. In Peasants in Africa; Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, ed. Martin A. Klein, 271-315. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications.

Bourdillon, Michael. 1982. The Shona Peoples, An Ethnography of the Contemporary Shona, with Special Reference to their Religion. Gweru: Mambo Press.

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