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Title:Old land, new practices: the changing face of land and conservation in post-colonial Africa
Editor:Barrett, George
Year:2013
Periodical:Journal of Contemporary African Studies (ISSN 0258-9001)
Volume:31
Issue:3
Pages:333-521
Language:English
City of publisher:Abingdon
Publisher:Routledge, Taylor & Francis
Geographic terms:Africa
Mauritius
South Africa
Uganda
Zambia
Subjects:nature conservation
land use
land tenure
conference papers (form)
2012
Link:https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/cjca20/31/3
Abstract:This special issue on land and conservation in postcolonial Africa is the result of a conference held at Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa, in September 2012. The alienation of land for conservation purposes, introduced under colonial rule and still taking place today in Africa, has fundamental impacts on the politics of land and land use, and is contested in contemporary nation-States. Contributions: Starting the conversation: land issues and critical conservation studies in post-colonial Africa (George Barrett, Shirley Brooks, Jenny Josefsson and Nqobile Zulu); Diversity behind constructed unity: the resettlement process of the !Xun and Khwe communities in South Africa (Thijs Nicolaas den Hertog); Bossiedokters and the challenges of nature co-management in the Boland area of South Africa's Western Cape (Lennox Olivier); Peanut butter salvation: the replayed assumptions of 'community' - conservation in Zambia (Elizabeth Godfrey); Land beneficiaries as game farmers: conservation, land reform and the invention of the 'community game farm' in Kwazulu-Natal (Mnqobi Ngubane and Shirley Brooks); Constructing walls of carbon: the complexities of community, carbon sequestration and protected areas in Uganda (Adrian Nel and Douglas Hill); Conditioned by neoliberalism: a reassessment of land claim resolutions in the Kruger National Park (Maano Ramutsindela and Medupi Shabangu); Markets of exceptionalism: peace parks in southern Africa (George Barrett); New geographies of conservation in the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, South Africa (Melissa Hansen); Balancing (re)distribution: Franco-Mauritians landownership in the maintenance of an elite position (Tijo Salverda). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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