Czech and Slovak Contributions to African Studies

Special issue of Archiv Orientalni 86:3 (2018)

[Archív Orientální, 86:3]  2018.  234 pp.
Publishing status: Available | Original publisher: Distributed | Language: Czech
Table of Contents
Articles
Introduction by Guest Editor
Otakar Hulec
331
Swahili and Swahili poetry in Lubumbashi: The language and lyrics of Sando Marteau
Alena Rettová
333–362
The colors of resistance in Apartheid South Africa: Black Consciousness poetry and the racial elusiveness of Wopko Jensma
Dobrota Pucherová
363–380
Africa and Africans in late nineteenth-century missionary thought: Theory and practice
Viera Vilhanová-Pawliková
381–396
Inherited inequalities and uneasy transformation: Socioeconomic and ethno-political pitfalls of an ongoing crisis in Ethiopia
Jan Záhořík
397–415
Asian-African relations in a historical-comparative perspective
Vilém Řehák
417–443
Student protest movements in post-apartheid South Africa: Belated transformation and unfinished decolonization
Hana Horáková
445–469
Historiography of Czech and Slovak studies on Africa
Otakar Hulec and Kateřina Mildnerová
471–542
Book Reviews and Notes
Donna R. Jackson. US Foreign Policy in the Horn of Africa. From Colonialism to Terrorism
Reviewed by Jan Záhořík
543–544
R. W. Johnson. How Long Will South Africa Survive? The Looming Crisis
Reviewed by Petr Skalník
545–547
Gavin Steingo. Kwaito’s Promise: Music and the Aesthetics of Freedom in South Africa.
Vít Zdrálek
548–552
Our Contributors
553–555
Contents of Volume 86 (2018)
557–558
Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General