Internal frontiers : African nationalism and the Indian diaspora in twentieth-century South Africa / Jon SoskeSeries: New African historiesPublisher: Athens: Ohio University Press. 2017Description: xviii, 342 pISBN: 9780821422847Subject(s): East Indians -- South Africa | East Indian diasporaDDC classification: 968.05 Online resources: Click here to access online
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 299-324) and index.
Introduction: The internal frontier of the nation state -- The racial crucible : economy, stereotype, and urban space in Durban -- Beyond the "native question" : Xuma, Lembede, and the event of Indian independence -- "That lightning that struck" : the 1949 Durban riots and the crisis in African nationalism -- The racial politics of home : sex, feminine virtue, and the boundaries of the nation -- The cosmopolitan moment : chief Albert Luthuli, the defiance campaign, and a new aesthetics of nation -- The Natal synthesis : inclusive nationalism and the unity of the ANC -- Epilogue.