A lire sur le site Anthropology news -American anthropological Association – un article en anglais intitulé « Boundaries and Bushmen-The central Kalahari Game Reserve then and Now »-par Maria Sapignoli.
« Since Fredrik Barth, at least, anthropology has been concerned with the issues of boundaries and borders, not simply at an abstract, academic level, but also the political and practical. In November 1996, the American Anthropological Association was the first disciplinary association to take a stance on the issue of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve in Botswana (CKGR)—a place where the government of Botswana in southern Africa was attempting to convince the residents of the reserve, various groups who were described in the media as “Bushmen”—to move out of the reserve into settlements. Boundaries that had been set up to protect the Bushmen were now meant to exclude them. »
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