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The identity of difference : a critical study of representations of the Bushmen.
More than any other people, the Bushmen - like the Aborigines on the Australian continent - have epitomized the sub-human other in South African historiography. My primary concern in this study will be to interrogate the ...
Disability, development and the arts : a case study of the normative designs of a developmental organisation (Very Special Arts-Kwazulu Natal) in comparison with its practice.
Could the contribution of the voluntary sector to development be more fully realized given greater current emphasis on participatory development? This research addresses this question within the context of a voluntary ...
Sad relicks and apt admonishments: Wordsworth's depiction of the poor in his work dating from the 1790s to 1807.
The aim of this thesis is to show, by means of a chronological study of poverty as treated in the poetry dating from the early 1790's to 1807, that Wordsworth's treatment of this topic was both highly politicized and ...
Culture and consciousness of physically disabled persons : the need for drama within the special school curriculum.
This dissertation investigates how disability has been defined, and focuses on the shift in the conception of disability as an individual and medical problem to disabi1ity as a form of social oppression. Starting from ...
An enquiry into pedagogy and syllabus implementation in the Department of English at the University of Durban-Westville.
This investigation was originally conceived of as being part of a larger study which would have been devoted to the investigation of teaching in English departments at tertiary institutions in the Province of KwaZulu-Natal, ...
Stranger in your midst : a study of South African women's poetry in English.
This thesis represents the first extended study of South African poetry in English from a gender perspective. It is conceived in two parts: firstly, a deconstructive analysis of the dominant tradition of South African ...
The space between : contemporary opera and the novel : a study in metaphrasis.
The process of metaphrasis denotes the translation of a work of art from one medium into another. Opera is fundamentally an adaptive art form and contemporary opera has increasingly turned to the novel as the sophistication ...
'Malibongwe igama lama khosikazi' ('Let the name of woman be praised') : the negotiation of female subjectivity in Lauretta Ngcobo's And they didn't die.
In this thesis I attempt to examine the way that rural women in Natal, from the early 1950s to the 1980s, were relegated to the periphery of both white society and black traditional society. Lauretta Ngcobo's second novel ...
A study of selected community-based arts projects in KwaZulu- Natal.
Abstract not available.