Steeped in heritage : the racial politics of South African rooibos tea / Sarah IvesSeries: New ecologies for the twenty-first centuryPublisher: Durham: Duke University Press, 2017Description: xv, 255 pISBN: 9780822369868Subject(s): Rooibos tea -- South Africa | Rooibos tea industry -- South AfricaDDC classification: 338.173 72 Online resources: Click here to access online
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 229-243) and index.
Introduction: the "rooibos revolution" -- Cultivating indigeneity -- Farming the bush -- Endemic plants and invasive people -- Rumor, conspiracy, and the politics of narration -- Precarious landscapes -- Conclusion: "although there is no place called rooibos".