Hungochani The History Of A Dissident Sexuality In Southern Africa by Marc Epprecht

Cover of: Hungochani | Marc Epprecht

Published by McGill-Queen"s University Press .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • African studies,
  • Gay & Lesbian studies,
  • Homosexuality, Male,
  • Gender Studies,
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology,
  • Southern Africa,
  • Homosexualitâe,
  • Gay Studies,
  • Africa, Southern,
  • Afrique australe,
  • History,
  • Homosexuality

Book details

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages317
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8079357M
ISBN 100773527508
ISBN 109780773527508

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Book Description: Homosexuality - or hungochani as it is known in Zimbabwe - has been denounced by many politicians and church leaders as an example of how Western decadence has corrupted African traditions.

Hungochani book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In the vivid tapestry of global queer cultures Africa has long been negle 4/5.

In Hungochani, Marc Epprecht seeks to change these limited views by tracing Southern Africa's history and traditions of homosexuality, modern gay and lesbian identities, and the vibrant gay rights movement that has emerged since the s.

Epprecht explores the diverse ways African cultures traditionally explained same-sex sexuality and follows Format: Paperback. In the vivid tapestry of global queer cultures Africa has long been neglected or stereotyped.

In Hungochani, Marc Epprecht seeks to change that by tracing the history and traditions of homosexuality in southern Africa, modern gay and lesbian identities, and the vibrant gay rights movement that has emerged since the s. He explores the diverse ways African cultures.

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Synopsis. In the vivid tapestry of global queer cultures Africa has long been neglected or stereotyped. In Hungochani, Marc Epprecht seeks to change that by tracing the history and traditions of homosexuality in southern Africa, modern gay and lesbian identities, and the vibrant gay rights movement that has emerged since the explores the diverse ways African.

Epprecht is without doubt the foremost scholar of Southern African homoerotic sexuality, and this book brings together material from several previous T.

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In the tapestry of global queer cultures Africa has long been neglected or stereotyped. In Hungochani, Marc Epprecht see Brand: MQUP. Homosexuality - or hungochani as it is known in Zimbabwe - has been denounced by many politicians and church leaders as an example of how Western decadence has corrupted African traditions.

However, a bold new gay rights movement has emerged in several of the countries of the region since the s, offering an exciting new dimension in the. Marc Epprecht is the author of Hungochani ( avg rating, 25 ratings, 3 reviews, published ), Sexuality and Social Justice in Africa ( avg rati /5.

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Heterosexual Africa. The History of an Idea from the Age of Exploration to the Age of AIDS builds from Marc Epprecht's previous book, Hungochani (which focuses explicitly on same-sex desire in southern Africa), to explore the historical processes by which a singular, heterosexual identity for Africa was constructed—by anthropologists, ethnopsychologists, colonial officials, African.

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Heterosexual Africa. The History of an Idea from the Age of Exploration to the Age of AIDS builds from Marc Epprecht’s previous book, Hungochani (which focuses expli citly on same-sex desire in southern Africa) to explore the historical processes by which a singular, heterosexual identity for Africa was constructed—by anthropologists, ethnopsychologists.

The book's title, Hungochani, means homosexuality in the indigenous chiShona language of Zimbabwe and was adopted for common use in the s by gay rights activists to underscore a "proto-queer identity firmly rooted in history" (p. Epprecht demonstrates that similar linguistic constructions have been adopted and used in other indigenous.

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In his Introduction to Hungochani, as throughout, Epprecht defines his primary terms with care. This is only appropriate in a book that has much to do with representations of sexuality and one that quotes with approval Glen Elder’s maxim ‘words must be held accountable to their full meaning’ (p.

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He is the winner of the Canadian Association of African Studies Joel Gregory Prize for his book Hungochani: The History of a Dissident Sexuality in Southern he won the Desmond Tutu Award for Outstanding Contributions to the.

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Based on Marc Epprecht's award-winning monograph Hungochani: the history of a dissident sexuality in southern Africa, along with creative contributions from other pioneering scholars in the field, this study offers a sympathetic portrayal of the lives of people who do not conform to society's dominant expectations in terms of love and marriage.

Hungochani, which is the word for homosexuality in Zimbabwe, traces the history of homosexuality in southern Africa. In this book, Epprecht studies homosexuality, sexual practices that differ from normative heterosexuality, and the gay rights movement that is.

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