Contextualising Apartheid at the End of Empire: Repression, ‘Development’ and the Bantustans

@article{Evans2019ContextualisingAA,
  title={Contextualising Apartheid at the End of Empire: Repression, ‘Development’ and the Bantustans},
  author={Laura Evans},
  journal={The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History},
  year={2019},
  volume={47},
  pages={372 - 411}
}
  • Laura Evans
  • Published 4 March 2019
  • Political Science
  • The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History
ABSTRACT This article examines the global dynamics of late colonialism and how these informed South African apartheid. More specifically, it locates the programmes of mass relocation and bantustan ‘self-government’ that characterised apartheid after 1959 in relation to three key dimensions. Firstly, the article explores the global circulation of idioms of ‘development’ and trusteeship in the first half of the twentieth century and their significance in shaping segregationist policy; secondly… Expand

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