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An investigation into the use of terms aithiops and aithiopia in Greek literature from Homer to Lycophron.
The Greeks and Romans were acquainted with dark skinned people from Africa from an early stage. It has been generally accepted that such people were referred to as aithiopias; by the Greeks, and modem commentators have ...
Putting a future into film : cultural policy studies, the Arts and Culture Task Group and Film Reference Group (1980-1997)
Cultural policy studies, or studies in the relations of government and culture (Mercer, 1994) were initiated in Australia in the 1980s, where cultural studies have been reinterpreted into a dialogue of policy-making and ...
A study of selected community-based arts projects in KwaZulu- Natal.
Abstract not available.
Nadine Gordimer after apartheid : a reading strategy for the 1990s.
The aim of this study is to suggest, by selective example, a method of interpreting Gordimer's fiction from a 'post-Apartheid' perspective. My hypothesis is that Gordimer's own comments in her key lecture of 1982, "Living ...