Cricket And Conquest Volume 1 1795 1914

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Cricket And Conquest

Author : André Odendaal
ISBN : OCLC:1045909619
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A History Of Southern Africa

Author : A. S. Mlambo
ISBN : 9781137551986
Genre : South Africa
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From early human civilisation to today, this book illuminates the history of southern Africa. Interweaving social, cultural and political history, archaeology, anthropology and environmentalism, Neil Parsons and Alois Mlambo provide an engaging account of the region’s varied past. Placing African voices and agency at centre stage rather than approaching the subject through a colonial lens, A History of Southern Africa provides an engrossing narrative of the region.This textbook is ideal for both undergraduate and postgraduate students of History and African Studies, and will provide an essential grounding for those taking courses in the history of southern Africa. Its lively and accessible approach will appeal to anyone with an interest in global history.
Category: South Africa

Exploring Decolonising Themes In Sa Sport History

Author : Francois Johannes Cleophas
ISBN : 9781928357940
Genre : Decolonization
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In an effort to understand how the absences of the colonial subject in sport were engineered and how colonial narratives became fixed in the literature and minds of South Africans, Exploring Decolonising Themes in SA Sport History: Issues and Challenges attempts a full-scale restructuring and rewriting of the history of sport in South Africa to include black South Africans, and thereby places them on the forefront of a colonial history. The book includes the articulations of academic researchers, professionals and retired sportspeople who were requested to explore their unique areas of interest in sport from the perspective of themes in South African sport history. They place themselves at the centre of discourses that dispel myths that blacks had no sport significance prior to 1994. The book ultimately challenges this spirit of the past where there was only one narrative ? a white male sport tradition. Rather than adapting past colonial and apartheid narratives, this work seeks to fundamentally replace and supersede them.
Category: Decolonization

Too Black To Wear Whites

Author : Jonty Winch
ISBN : 9781776095094
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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William Henry ‘Krom’ Hendricks was the first sportsman to be formally barred from representing South Africa on the basis of race. Hailing from Cape Town’s Bo-Kaap, he played in 1892 for the South African Malay team against the touring English, who insisted that he was among the best fast bowlers in the world. This made his exclusion from South Africa’s tour of England in 1894 and subsequent Test series all the more unjust. Ranged against Hendricks were virulent racism and a political alliance between arch-imperialist Cecil John Rhodes, Afrikaner Bond leader J.H. Hofmeyr, and cricket administrator William Milton. Too Black to Wear Whites documents Hendricks’s tireless struggle for recognition and the public contro¬versies around his exclusion. The book shows how Hendricks was further sidelined at senior club level by a cricket establishment determined to save its white players the embarrassment of being shown up by the country’s best fast bowler. Considering his importance in South African sports history, surprisingly little is known about Krom Hendricks. The story of his life is told here for the first time in a fascinating drama that describes the formation of a segregated South Africa through the career of an exceptional cricketer who challenged the boundaries of the system.
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British Books

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ISBN : UIUC:30112110854616
Genre : Bibliography
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The Publisher

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Publishers Circular

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Forthcoming Books

Author : Rose Arny
ISBN : UOM:39015033709570
Genre : American literature
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Guide To Reprints

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105026440490
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Encyclopaedia Britannica

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ISBN : MINN:31951D00121117A
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Alumni Cantabrigienses

Author : John Venn
ISBN : 9781108036139
Genre : Education
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Detailed and comprehensive, the second volume of the Venns' directory, in six parts, includes all known alumni until 1900.
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Alumni Cantabrigienses

Author : University of Cambridge
ISBN : UIUC:30112024981596
Genre : Universities and colleges
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Historical Abstracts

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ISBN : UOM:39015072423711
Genre : History, Modern
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