Suffering for territory is a theoretically informed and informative ethnography the territory in question is the kaerezi resettlement scheme krs in zimbabwes eastern highlands this scheme was established after british southern rhodesia became the nominally postcolonial independent state of zimbabwe in 1980. Suffering for territory race place and power in zimbabwe by donald s moore suffering for territory race place and power in zimbabwe joost fontein suffering for territory race place and power in zimbabwe by donald s moore african affairs volume 106 issue 424 july 2007 pages 527 529 . Donald s moores suffering for territory is a paradigm shattering work in agrarian studies combining an impressive ethnographic study of land struggle in contemporary zimbabwe with critical theories of sovereignty hegemony and race moore decisively and masterfully rereads the history of zimbabwe and southern africa through the prism of settler colonialism colonial capitalism and . Fusing gramscian cultural politics and foucaults analytic of governmentality he enlists ethnography to foreground the spatiality of power suffering for territory demonstrates how emplaced micro practices matter how the outcomes of cultural struggles are contingent on the diverse ways land comes to be inhabited labored upon and suffered for. Start by marking suffering for territory race place and power in zimbabwe as want to read suffering for territory race place and power in zimbabwe by donald s moore 405 rating details 19 ratings 1 review
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