New publication: 'Repatriating more than Mapungubwe human remains' by Schoeman & Pikirayi
Posted on 02 November 2011
South Africa’s ethicised past ensured that the process of repatriating Mapungubwe
human remains was framed in ethnic terms.
Maria H. Schoeman & Innocent Pikirayi (2011): Repatriating more thanMapungubwe human remains: archaeological material culture, a shared future and an artificiallydivided past, Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 29:4, 389-403
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