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Prisoners to Science: Sarah Bartmann and “Others”

  • Steven C. Dubin

Abstract

Hankey is a speck of a town. In Khoikhoi, it originally meant “place of fertile earth” today it’s known as the “pantry of the Eastern Cape.” Citrus and vegetable farming is profitable, yet poverty is rife. The largest sundial in Africa greets visitors as they drive in, and the local golf course is “the pride of the town.”1

Keywords

Indigenous People South African Woman Residence Hall Cultural Affair Provincial Minister 
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© Steven C. Dubin 2006

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  • Steven C. Dubin

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