Valentin Heinrich ; Clémence Snyman - Cape(s) of Good Hope ? Between Pride and Guilt, Transmission and Deconstruction: Forms of Post‑Apartheid Afrikaner Identity Expatriations

societes-plurielles:8411 - Sociétés plurielles, August 31, 2021, Exaptriate - https://doi.org/10.46298/societes-plurielles.2021.8411
Cape(s) of Good Hope ? Between Pride and Guilt, Transmission and Deconstruction: Forms of Post‑Apartheid Afrikaner Identity Expatriations

Authors: Valentin Heinrich ; Clémence Snyman

From 1994, the Afrikaner community members experience an ambiguous relationship with their cultural attributes, used as alibi by the Christian‑nationalist government to justify racial supremacy under apartheid time. Today, these characteristics are seen as deviant and lived as social stigmas. Some Afrikaners vividly criticize their past and try to recreate new patriotic frames which fit today liberal and democratic values, as shown in this article.


Volume: Exaptriate
Section: Articles
Published on: August 31, 2021
Submitted on: August 31, 2021
Keywords: sosiologie,vaderland,kollektiewe identiteit,stigma,hegemonie,simbole,toesprake,musiek,Suid‑Afrika,Afrikaner,apartheid,emansipasie,antropologie,sociology,Afrikaner,apartheid,identities,hegemony,symboles,culture,discourses,South Africa,stigma,music,sociologie,patrie,identité collective,stigmate,hégémonie,symboles,discours,musique,Afrique du Sud,Afrikaner,apartheid,émancipation,anthropologie,[SHS.ANTHRO-SE]Humanities and Social Sciences/Social Anthropology and ethnology


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