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And while race and ethnicity were social constructions made on the ground, that ground itself was fissured by claims and [disclaimers] of ancestry and birthplace and by weakened plantation economies and the evictions of squatters. With painstaking care and painful clarity Glassman maps that ground on which ideas about race and ideas about nation were translated into terror and trauma.
Larson, The Johns Hopkins University The Swahili coast of Africa is often described as a paragon of transnational culture and racial fluidity. Jonathon Glassman challenges explanations that assume that racial thinking in the colonial world reflected only Western ideas. He shows how Africans crafted competing ways of categorizing race from local tradition and engagement with the Atlantic and Indian Ocean worlds.
Winterton Collection of East African Photographs. Courtesy of Melville J. Portions of chapter 7 have appeared in Derek Peterson, ed.
Includes bibliographical references and index. Zanzibar—History—20th century. Zanzibar—Ethnic relations—History. G53 Mein Kind, was werden wir nun sprechen? Die Wahrheit! Swahili Psychology: Hate: Hate is rarely violent; as a general rule the native is not capable of a deep enough feeling to enable him to hate thoroughly. He is very easy going and tolerant. Dislike is frequent, but I have never heard a native express hate for anyone. We liked to be described like that, and we described ourselves like that.
Although the drama has a colonial setting and British rulers and educators play important supporting roles, its main protagonists are Africans, none of whom subscribed to the ideology of white supremacy. Thus it provides an opportunity to extend the comparative study of race beyond the Western world.