7 edition of Readings in modernity in Africa found in the catalog.
Readings in modernity in Africa
by International African Institute in association with Indiana University Press, James Currey, Unisa Press in London
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. [x]) and index.
|Statement||edited by Peter Geschiere, Birgit Meyer & Peter Pels.|
|Series||Readings in--, Readings in-- (Bloomington, Ind.)|
|Contributions||Geschiere, Peter., Meyer, Birgit., Pels, Peter.|
|LC Classifications||HC800 .R39 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 226 p. :|
|Number of Pages||226|
|ISBN 10||0253351766, 0253219965|
|ISBN 10||9780253351760, 9780253219961|
|LC Control Number||2009292340|
Tradition & Modernity in Postcolonial African Philosophy Hu m a n i ta s • each other, beginning with God, the supreme vital force, ranging downward through an array of intelligent spirits, including those of the ancestors, into the world of living humans (Tempels , 63ff., 77ff.). For our purposes, the details of Tempels’s account are. Book Description. This book describes firstly a Japanese modernity which is readable not only as a modernising, but also as a Britishing, and secondly modernist attempts to overhaul this British universalism in some well-known and some less-known Japanese the mid-nineteenth century, and particularly as hastened by the spectre of China in the First Opium War, Japan’s modernity was.
In the multi-authored Readings in Modernity in Africa, Peter Geschiere et al. discuss at length the potential dilemmas, intellectual paradoxes, and pitfalls embedded in the linear social theory that propels the concept of modernity in Africa (). Modernity is defined by categories such as contemporary, the present, the now, or more broadly Cited by: 4. Taiwo, Olufemi. How colonialism preempted modernity in Africa. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, Open WorldCat. Web. 7 Oct. Don’t think sociocryonics is going to catch on–it’s a bit of an awkward neologism that relabels a concept well established in Mamdani and others.
Jean and John Comaroff prompted much discussion of modernity within African studies by situating it as an ideological formation at the heart of mission Christianity in nineteenth-century southern Africa Their work emerged from a broader effort among anthropologists and historians to demonstrate how formations conventionally deemed modern Cited by: They must be understood in the context of the cityscapes and technoscapes constitutive of modernity in Africa (“The city” and “Technology” are indeed two key chapters of the Readings in modernity in Africa  edited by Peter Geschiere, Birgit Meyer, and Peter Pels). They speak of the particular ways in which urban life and new Cited by:
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Readings in Modernity in Africa brings together classic essays, old and new, to help assess the issues and problems of modernity in an African context. Questions include: How can we discuss modernity without lapsing into a Western-dominated view of history. How do we avoid losing sight of the diversity of local forms?Format: Paperback.
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Becoming modern carries a lot of different meanings and puts concepts of culture, tradition. Questions surrounding modernity and its meanings weigh heavily on students and scholars who study Africa.
Becoming modern carries a lot of different meanings and puts concepts of culture, tradition, and nation into uneasy use. Readings in Modernity in Africa brings together classic Author: Peter Geschiere.
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It consists of two parts: one providing analytical and historical examples of the genealogies of modernity in Africa; the other a set of ethnographic Cited by: Gender and Colonialism in Southern Africa.
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This book offers students of Africa an overview of the variety of scholarly works stimulated by the question of modernity, and gives tools for. Readings in African Modernity Edited by Peter Geschiere, Birgit Meyer, Peter Pels Scholars have felt the urgency to understand modernity in present-day Africa, and have tried to make sense of these desires to ‘develop’.
Yet, people often regard ‘modernity’ as an abomination as much as a blessing, and yearn nostalgically for a vanished past.
Readings in. Series Readings in Modernity in Africa This book provides students of Africa with a guide to the bewildering variety of scholarly work on the issue of modernity in Africa, and to offer some tools for dealing with its intellectual paradoxes.
Readings in Modernity in Africa. Birgit Meyer, Peter Pels Readings in Modernity in Africa Birgit Meyer, Peter Pels This book provides students of Africa with a guide to the bewildering variety of scholarly work on the issue of modernity in Africa, and to offer some tools.
This pioneering book considers how, through the lens of the automobile, we can assess the pleasures, dangers, and limits of global modernity in West Africa. Through new and provocative readings of famous plays, novels, and films, as well as recent popular videos, Postcolonial Automobility reveals the surprising ways in which automobility in the.
Readings in Document type Book editing Faculty Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences (FMG) This book provides students of Africa with a guide to the bewildering variety of scholarly work on the issue of modernity in Africa, and to offer some tools for dealing with its intellectual paradoxes.
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These varied forms of modernity are the focus of this volume" - from the Introduction. AllAfrica Review: Readings in Modernity in Africa. The Ethics of Authenticity by Charles Taylor is an uncharacteristically short work in which Taylor presses home through clear arguments the point that critics of the modern moral stance or ethos of authenticity, represented by Allan Bloom, author of The Closing of the American Mind, and Christopher Lasch, the author of The Culture of Narcissism, go too far in their condemnations and so prevent /5.
The book concludes with the civil rights movement and the on-going struggle for African Americans to become fully realized within American society. Rooted in an interdisciplinary approach, Readings in African American Culture is appropriate for courses on Black culture, and will be of interest in any course centered on the effects of race and.
A smartly-written book about queer images in recent South Africa. The study will be extremely useful to readers in GLBT studies, and also to readers interested in South African literature, or media and cultural studies in general.PostethnoPhilosoPhy: discourses of modernity and the future of african PhilosoPhy Pascah mungwini Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, University of South Africa aBstract This work examines how the so-called postethnophilosophical phase in African philosophy − propounded by Osha () − fits into the perceived trajectory of the.Book Description: These readings in international relations in Africa grapple with the continent's changing place in the world.
The essays confront issues such as the increasing tempo of armed conflict, the tendency of Western states and agencies to intervene in African settings, the presence of China, and the health of African states and their ability to participate in the global economy.