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Author: Professor A. L. Epstein
ISBN: 0748603212
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Pages 208 pages
Publisher Edinburgh University Press (August 13, 1992)
Language English
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Home Browse Books Book details, Scenes from African Urban Life: Collected. This collection of essays from the distinguished anthropologist, Arnold Epstein, examines life in the copperbelt townships of Zambia a decade before Independence

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The Journal of Modern African Studies. Volume 32, Issue 3. September 1994, pp. 532-533. Scenes from African Urban Life: collected Copperbelt papers by Arnold L. Epstein Edinburgh University Press, 1992. Pp. xxvi + 233. £2. 0. Eric Mabia Kashimani (a1). Department of History, University of Zambia, Lusaka.

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Epstein Correspondence: Professional and personal letters written to . Epstein between 1952 and 1989. Of particular interest are the letters written by anthropology professor Max Gluckman of the University Manchester, a mentor and close friend to both Scarlett and Arnold. Arranged alphabetically by author. Family Correspondence. Scenes from African Urban Life: Collected Copperbelt Essays. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1992.

Part of the Africa Connects book series (AFC). Epstein, Scenes from African Urban Life: Collected Copperbelt Papers (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1992). The privatization of Zambia Consolidated Copper Mines (ZCCM) in 1997 led to a severe contraction of the permanent labor force on the Copperbelt. In response, women and children entered the informal sector in large numbers, seeking to subsidize men’s declining involvement in the formal sector. 12. Neo Simutanyi, Copper Mining in Zambia: The Developmental Legacy of Privatization, Institute for Security Studies, paper 165 (2008);Google Scholar.

Scenes from African Urban Life: Collected Copperbelt Papers. A collection of papers depicting life in the copperbelt townships of Zambia, a decade before independence. New material is combined with some more well-known essays, covering the role of networks i. More).

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Scenes from African Urban Life: Collected Copperbelt Essays Mitchell, Clyde. The Kalela Dance: Aspects of Social Relationships among Urban Africans in Northern Rhodesia. Rhodes Livingston Institute). Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Scenes from African Urban Life: Collected Copperbelt Essays. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

This collection of essays from the distinguished anthropologist, Arnold Epstein, examines life in the copperbelt townships of Zambia a decade before Independence. Subjects covered include the role of networks in urban social organisation; the emergence of the distinctive CiCopperbelti language of the towns; and the remarkable evangelical success of Jehovah's Witnesses. A chapter on the resurgence of beliefs in banyama, or vampires, is also included, as is a retrospective essay giving a personal account of Epstein's years of fieldwork in the Copperbelt. The introduction to the volume draws together the themes of the book, discusses the relation between Epstein's own work and that of other members of the 'Manchester School' and gives the genesis of each chapter and its theoretical basis.