Space, Place, and Gendered Violence in South African Writing 9

Space, Place, and Gendered Violence in South African Writing

21 ViewsSpace, Place, and Gendered Violence in South African Writing Gendered violence constitutes a unique form of violence because it is at once both intensely political and intensely personal. Exploring the relationship between space, place, and gendered violence as depicted in a range of South African writing, Gunne examines the social and political conditions of […]

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Space, Place, and Gendered Violence in South African Writing 11

Space, Place, and Gendered Violence in South African Writing

16 ViewsSpace, Place, and Gendered Violence in South African Writing Exploring the relationship between space, place, and gendered violence as depicted in a range of South African writing, Gunne examines the social and political conditions of exceptionality during and after apartheid. Writers covered include: Hilda Bernstein, J.M. Coetzee, Achmat Dangor, Ruth First, Nadine Gordimer, and […]

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