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by Vincent Crapanzano

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  • ISBN 0394509862
  • ISBN13 978-0394509860
  • Language English
  • Author Vincent Crapanzano
  • Publisher Random House; Second Printing edition (1985)
  • Pages 358
  • Formats mbr lrf lrf txt
  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Social Sciences
  • Size ePub 1123 kb
  • Size Fb2 1215 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
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Vincent Crapanzano graduated from the Ecole Internationale in Geneva, received his . In his book, Waiting: The Whites of South Africa, a study of a village in the Cape Province, which he called Wyndal, he argued that the two dominant white.

Vincent Crapanzano graduated from the Ecole Internationale in Geneva, received his . in philosophy from Harvard in 1960 and his PhD in anthropology from Columbia in 1970. In his book, Waiting: The Whites of South Africa, a study of a village in the Cape Province, which he called Wyndal, he argued that the two dominant white populations, the English-speakers and the Afrikaners, were caught in a dialectic imbroglio in which they each felt so wounded by the other that, though they talked about an imminent bloodbath, they tended to. ignore the reality of the non-whites.

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Vincent Crapanzano, American anthropologist, educator, literary critic. Waiting: The Whites of South Africa. With United States Army, 1961-1964. The book was published 40 years ago. "The Hamadsha, members of a Moroccan religious brotherhood that traces its spiritual ancestry back to two Muslim saints of the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries, have achieved a certain notoriety for their head -slashing and other acts of self-mutilation while in entranced states. Appealing largely to the illiterate Arab masses, the Hamadsha brotherhood has been regarded by scholars as a degenerate offshoot of the Islamic mystical tradition.

by Vincent Crapanzano. Portrays, in narrative self-portraits, the whites of South Africa-English and Afrikaner-who constitute the ruling seventeen percent of the population and analyzes the effects of power on those who wield it.

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His many books include Waiting: The Whites of South Africa. Vincent Crapanzano is a distinguished professor of anthropology and comparative literature at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. His many books include Waiting: The Whites of South Africa. He lives in New York with his wife, the writer Jane Kramer. Author topics: Sociology. Literalism in America from the Pulpit to the Bench. The New Press is a nonprofit public-interest book publisher.