Rethinking the State and Political Opposition Through the Prism of the Prison

@article{Alexander2011RethinkingTS,
  title={Rethinking the State and Political Opposition Through the Prism of the Prison},
  author={J. Alexander},
  journal={Critical African Studies},
  year={2011},
  volume={4},
  pages={69 - 83}
}
One of Becoming Zimbabwe's purposes is to dismantle a teleological history of the nation. From the pre-colonial period to the present, the book's authors are intent on exploring not the nation's steady march of unity and progress but its wobbly, contingent history of division and dispute, expressed in fluid identities, contested political ideas, and a complicated interplay of domination and resistance. The book takes to task a range of historical and political writing, new and old. Central… Expand
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