This article focuses on diaspora within historical and contemporary South African society, specifically on the ways in which the diasporic condition has affected South African women. It analyses and discusses artworks by Marion Arnold, Louise Gubb, Bongiwe Dhlomo, and Berni Searle.
- The Arts, English and Drama
Published inWomen, the arts and globalisation. Eccentric experience
rethinking art's histories
Pages121 - 144 (19)
CitationARNOLD, M., 2013. Here, there and in-between: South African women and the diasporic condition. IN: Meskimmon, M. and Rowe, D.C. (eds). Women, the Arts and Globalization: Eccentric Experience. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp.121-144.
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NotesThis is a chapter from the book Women, the Arts and Globalization: Eccentric Experience and it is available here with the kind permission of the publisher.