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Africa: Diversity and Development Flawless Fictions: The Paradox of

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the influence of, among others, disability studies and of feminist and postcolonial scholarship, researchers have ... and the self-evidence of bodiliness and embodiment (Csordas 1994a, Geurts 2002,. Weiss 1999, Shildrick 2002). ... This also means that the different bodies scholars care to distinguish and analyze reflect their ...

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Zambia was known from the late 1800s until independence from British colonial rule in ... Clothing encounters. Cloth and clothing were central commodities in the long-term transformations that brought the market to this part of Africa and gradually ... them new notions of the body and propriety, including dress conventions.

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noisy conversation. not only 'between individual psychology and colonial politics' ... marginalisation of the threat of difference/resistance embodied in the Other. ... and blackness was in the imperial landscape of South Africa. The black body was always described as inherently filthy, black with dirt. Dangarembga carefully.

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Apr 6, 2015 ... neither confirms nor challenges this position. More detailed commercial records, however, paint a somewhat different picture. The East African correspondence of. William O'Swald & Co. indicates that soap marketing predated both Christian missions and colonial influence. Further, general purpose laundry ...

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97–108. Washington D.C.: International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI). BURKE, T. (1996), “Sunlight soap has changed my life”: Hygiene, commodification, and the body in colonial. Zimbabwe. In: H. Hendrickson, ed., Clothing and difference: Embodied identities in colonial and post- colonial Africa, pp. 189–212.

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8: Beyond the Black Venus: Colonial Sexual Politics and

on women's bodies went hand in hand with the colonial production of ... In his feminine Orientalism women embody the sweetness of sub- .... Africa. The inscriptions of the local women – as 'black Venus' – beautiful, docile and sexually available – corroborated the most im- portant aspect of the rhetoric of empire which used ...

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