Memorialization and Reconciliation in Transitional Southern African Societies

Memorialization and Reconciliation in Transitional Southern African Societies

The purpose of the subsequent report is to assess the role of memorialization in the process of transition from colonial rule to independence (Namibia, Zimbabwe), from apartheid to non-racist democracy (South Africa), from colonial rule and post-colonial dictatorship (Malawi), or from colonial rule and post-colonial civil war (Mozambique) to peaceful, multiparty political contest for majority support.

 

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