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What does it mean to be an Afrikaner after Apartheid? Between 1948 and 1994 Afrikaner nationalists dominated South African Politics. The democratic transition ended apartheid: the status of Afrikaners has fundamentally changed. Being white and Afrikaner is no longer automatically an advantage, even though many still enjoy economic privileges – 'white privileges'. Afrikaners remain proud of their past but also experience a stigma: they are held responsible for the crimes of apartheid. How do they adapt and change? This is also a moral question: what is Afrikaners responsibility to the past and to the necessity to change? Jacob Boersema did a cultural sociological study after the cultural trauma of Afrikaners after apartheid.

Event details of Mr J.R. Boersema
Date 14 June 2013
Time 14:00
Location Agnietenkapel
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Dhr. J.R. Boersema: Afrikaner, Nevertheless: Stigma, Sociology, and the Sociology of Cultural Trauma. Promotoren zijn prof. dr. I.S.A. Baud en prof. dr. W.G.J. Duyvendak. Co-promotor is dr. M.  Novelli (University of Sussex).

Agnietenkapel

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Oudezijds Voorburgwal 229 - 231
1012 EZ Amsterdam

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