n De Arte - Unsettled / unsettling images : issues of identity in the work of South African artists in New Zealand : research

Volume 2005, Issue 71
  • ISSN : 0004-3389
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Postcolonial scholarship has come to acknowledge that the binary opposition of coloniser and colonised fails to take account of the ambivalent position of the settler, who is neither imperial oppressor nor indigenous oppressed. In South Africa the position was further complicated by the aberrant amalgam of the characteristics of a colony of occupation with those of a colony of settlement, almost from the outset of European occupation.

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