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Environmental Politics , 18 6 , Gallagher, Gary W. Pettit, Arthur G. Memory is a key form of such timespace travel, along with materiality and sensed embodi- ment. Morgan eds. Cer- tainly, too, I feel this capacity now as I reflect on Figure 1. Please suggest additions via editors discardstudies.

Desiree Lewis made the impor- tural and political contexts e. Robins Others have tant observation that, in contrast to feminist literary scholars, begun to theoretically and ethnographically engage with the African social scientists on the whole, have contributed little contemporary phenomenon of South African modernities in to the understanding of gender relations on the continent. I use the theme of current public and popular cul- immediate ways of addressing them.

NGOs and business and anthropology starts not outside the academy but within the commerce that demand instrumentalist and narrowly issue- universities, where we as teachers of anthropology engage on oriented approaches to intellectual work, the social sciences a daily basis with the conceptual frameworks of our under- suffered from the restrictions of 'a dominant academic cul- graduate students as fellow citizens. For Europe, see Eriksen A general Google search produces Six anthropology departments in the USA and Canada offer formal programmes in public anthropology Borofsky Anthropology Southern Africa.

My students with to recapture cultural analysis and. There can be no doubt Africa we need to develop a critical ethnography and analysis that culturalist discourses have resurged in post-apartheid of cultural forms and of cultural politics of the post-apartheid public and popular discourses. The political rhetorics of the social formation. NGOs, the media, and an ever-growing heritage and cultural tourism industry all make for a public culture which Conclusion emphasises, albeit in a fragmented manner, the reconstruc- This paper has examined current conditions and perspectives tion of postcolonial identities around notions of 'African-ness' on doing anthropology in South Africa, building on the conti- and indigeneity in both its inclusive and ethnically fragmented nuities and discontinuities of anthropological practice in the guise Robins ; Marschall ; Sharp ; Becker country.

It has done so from the perspective of a scholar who b. Culture, more often than not understood as racial- lives in the country and teaches at a South African university. As I have As we know, contemporary culturalist politics - that cul- argued elsewhere, for resident anthropologists, 'the field' is ture 'has become the language of difference' Comaroff and not 'out there'. Our very own identities are mediated Comaroff - is not a specifically South African phe- through the postcolonial field of which we are a part Becker nomenon.

The reification and politicisation of 'culture' in the Culture, reluctance to engage with cultural analysis due to apartheid's generally imagined as a 'billiard ball' to invoke boundedness preoccupation with 'cultures' as its ideological basis. In the specific South African historical context, to interpret the meanings and engage with the contemporary however, understanding the local impressions of global iden- world in South Africa and beyond. They challenge us to revisit of social relations and social processes.

Despite the undeni- long-standing issues around cultural difference, traditionalist able fact that, with the new opportunities for consultancies in discourse, culture-as-resource. This takes us into the classroom. As a teacher dents in South African anthropology programmes will eventu- of anthropology at a - in terms of the self-identifications of its ally wind up in applied work, anthropology's post-apartheid students - predominantly black university.

I am faced daily resurgence is owed partly to the discipline's central concern with the assertion of reified notions of 'culture s ' note the with culture and the ethnographic method, which make it plural! How do these which they live. How While some local practitioners engaged - in what we may do personal and collective struaures of feeling and strategic today call public anthropology - in critical deconstructions of i I.

The recurrent invocations of 'African' as well as specifically ethnic Zulu cuiture to mobilise popular support for fornner South African Deputy President Jacob Zuma when he stood triai for allegedly raping the 31 year-old daughter of a late struggle 'comrade' during the first few months of demonstrated just how much cuituraiist discourses have resurged in post-apartheid public and popular dis- courses.

For a critical assessment of Jacob Zuma's dainns to 'culture' during the rape trial see. November In the post-apartheid situation however, I have argued. Thus far, there has been little reflection on doing research 'at home'. As I have Ahmed, Abdul Kayum Unpublished MA thesis. Bellville: University suited to the social and historical complexities of contempo- of the Western Cape. Instead, as suggested elsewhere Becker et Amadiume, Ifi.

Reinventing Africa. Matriarchy, religion and al , Angela Cheater's characterisation of those culture. London: Zed Books. Modernity at Large. Cultural Dimensions of Globalization. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. Durham and London: Duke University notions: first, the situated identifications of anthropologists Press. Xhosa in Town Revisited: From Urban basis for our understanding of citizenship.

Anthropology to an Anthropology of Urbanism. Unpublished PhD thesis. Cape Town: University of Cape Town. In this essay I have shown that the end of apartheid as an Becker, Heike. New at once enabling and disabling framework of critical anthro- perspectives on doing Anthropology in Southern Africa'. Paper pology cf Gordon and Spiegel left many open-ended presented at the Annual meeting of the American questions which South African anthropology still faces.

Sexuality and parochiality of the - by any standards - largest and compara- Gender in Southern African academic and popular Discourse'. Here I would also like to point to the of the Witvwttersrand, June , Convenor's input. Becker, Heike. Joint Conference the annual argument has been developed by Ribeiro and Escobar Fieldwork in ogy in the contemporary world at large. In the times of global shared Spaces: Positionaiity, Power and Ethics of citizen identity politics, the past and present South African politics of Anthropologists in southern Africa.

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