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by Preben Kaarsholm,Isabel Hofmeyr

eBook The Popular and the Public: Cultural Debates and Struggles over Public Space in Modern India, Africa and Europe epub
  • ISBN: 1905422865
  • Author: Preben Kaarsholm,Isabel Hofmeyr
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Seagull Books; 74 edition (August 1, 2009)
  • Pages: 286 pages
  • ePUB size: 1470 kb
  • FB2 size 1134 kb
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Popular and the Public book. Popular and the Public: Cultural Debates and Struggles over Public Space in Modern India, Africa and Europe. The Popular and the Public brings together a range of international scholars to examine how popular culture has shaped the public sphere, providing an alternative space for political debate in 19th and 20th Century India, Africa and Europe.

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"The Popular and the Public" brings together a range of international scholars to examine how popular culture has shaped the public sphere, providing an alternative space for political debate in 19th and 20th Century India, Africa and Europe.

Popular Cultural Materials and Public Spheres: Perspectives from India, Africa and Europe. Isabel Hofmeyr and Preben Kaarsholm. Archiving the Popular. Archive as Work-in-Progress. Constructing the Popular: Challenges of Archiving Ugandan ’Popular’ Music. Sylvia Nannyonga-Tamusuza. From ’War Cacophonies to Rhythms of Peace’: Popular Cultural Music in Post-1986 Uganda. Richard Ssewakiryanga and Joel Isabirye. Archive and Experience

Public spheres, hidden politics and struggles over space: Boundaries of public . Meanwhile, critical public debate has had to find its course through varieties of informal politics.

Public spheres, hidden politics and struggles over space: Boundaries of public engagement in post-apartheid South Africa. A national public sphere in South Africa is held back by inequalities of wealth and power.

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In Preben Kaarsholm & Isabel Hofmeyr (eds), The Popular and the Public: Cultural Debates and Struggles over Public Space in Modern India, Africa and Europe (London, New York & Calcutta: Seagull Books).

In Preben Kaarsholm & Isabel Hofmeyr (eds), The Popular and the Public: Cultural Debates and Struggles over Public Space in Modern India, Africa and Europe (London, New York & Calcutta: Seagull Books), 3-24. 2008a, Intellectual Innovation and Reinvention of the Sahel: the Seventeenth-Century Timbuktu Chronicles.

NATIONALISMS AND PUBLICS OF THE INDIAN OCEAN Isabel Hofmeyr .

The Popular and the Public" brings together a range of international scholars to examine how popular culture has shaped the public sphere, providing an alternative space for political debate in 19th and 20th Century India, Africa and Europe.

The Popular and the Public: Cultural Debates and Struggles over Public Space in Modern India, Africa and Europe. The Natal Indian Congress, the Mass Democratic Movement and the Struggle to Defeat Apartheid: 1980–1994,’ Politikon, 42. 1 (2015): 1-22. London: Seagull Books, 2009: 107-140. Indentured Masculinity in Colonial Natal, 1860-1910,’ in Robert Morrell and Lahocine Ouzgane. Gandhi, Indian Opinion, and the making of Indo – South African identity, 1903 – 14,’ Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, 35:2 (2015): 354-360.

Popular and the public: Cultural debates and struggles over public space in modern India, Africa and Europe. Memory and the impact of political transformation in public space. Durham: Duke University Press Books

Popular and the public: Cultural debates and struggles over public space in modern India, Africa and Europe. London: Seagull Books. 11. Keller, L. (2008). New York: Columbia University Press. Durham: Duke University Press Books. 3e. Privatization, securitization and criminalization 1. Amster, R. Lost in space: The criminalization, globalization, and urban ecology of homelessness. New York: LFB Scholarly Publishing. 2. Beckett, K. & Herbert, S. K. (2009).

The Popular and the Public brings together a range of international scholars to examine how popular culture has shaped the public sphere, providing an alternative space for political debate in 19th and 20th Century India, Africa and Europe. A diverse range of case studies include: competition between Christians, Muslims and Traditionalists within public culture in Nigeria; popular music and songs of war and peace in Uganda; Battala chap-books, popular painting and battles over urban space in Calcutta; Islamic festivals and moral debates around AIDS and crime in post-apartheid South Africa; Danish orientalism; nationalist journalism in Kenya; and notions of ‘miraculous literacy’ among Evangelical Christians in Africa.
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