Doing conceptual history in Africa

Auteur(s) : Fleisch, Axel (Éd.)
Stephens, Rhiannon (Éd.)
Description matérielle : xi-215 p. : cartes, schémas ; 23 cm. Collection: Making sense of history ; vol. 25. Publication : New York : Berghahn Books, 2018.Édition : Revised edition. [Première édition : 2016].Cote : F.696Note : Bibliographie en fin de chapitres. Index.
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Lab. d'anthropologie sociale
F.696 Available F.696

Theories and methods of African conceptual history / Stephens, Rhiannon et Fleisch, Axel --

"Wealth", "poverty" and the question of conceptual history in oral contexts: Uganda from c. 1000 C.E. / Stephens, Rhiannon --

Conceptual continuities: about "work" in Nguni / Fleisch, Axel --

Tracking the concept of "work" on the North Eastern Cape Frontier, South Africa / Mager, Anne Kelk --

Understanding the concept "marriage" in Afrikaans during the twentieth Century / Pienaar, Marné --

Male circumcision among the Bagisu of Eastern Uganda : practices and conceptualizations / Khanakwa, Pamela --

The concept of "land" in Bioko : "land as property" and "land as country" / Sá, Ana Lúcia --

Conceptualizing "land" and "nation" in Early Gold Coast nationalism / Boele van Hensbroek, Pieter --

An untimely concept : decolonization and the works of Mudimbe, Mbembe and Nganang / Fraiture, Pierre-Philippe.

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