Neville Alexander (1936-2012)

Neville Alexander [22.10.1936 - 27.08.2012]

Neville Edward Alexander war ein südafrikanischer Linguist und Mitkämpfer Nelson Mandelas gegen das Apartheidregime.

Works

One Azania, One Nation: The national question in South Africa https://www.marxists.org/archive/alexander/one-azania-one-nation.pdf (1979)

Three Essays on Namibian History https://www.marxists.org/archive/alexander/3-essays-on-namibian-history.pdf (1983)

Sow the Wind: Contemporary speeches https://www.marxists.org/archive/alexander/sow-the-wind.pdf (1985)

Education and the Struggle for National Liberation in South Africa: Essays and speeches https://www.marxists.org/archive/alexander/education-and-the-struggle.pdf (1985 – 1989)

Language Policy and National Unity in South Africa/Azania https://www.marxists.org/archive/alexander/language-policy-and-national-unity.pdf (1989)

Some Are More Equal Than Others: Essays on the transition in South Africa https://www.marxists.org/archive/alexander/some-are-more-equal.pdf (1993)

Robben Island Prison Dossier, 1964 – 1974: Report to the International Community https://www.marxists.org/archive/alexander/rip-dossier.pdf (1994)

English Unassailable but Unattainable: The Dilemma of Language Policy in South African Education https://www.marxists.org/archive/alexander/1999-english-unassailable.pdf (1999)

Foreword https://www.marxists.org/archive/alexander/communistmanifesto-in-zulu.pdf to IsiBophezelo SeNhlangano YamaKhomanisi, isiZulu edition of The Communist Manifesto (2002)

The African Renaissance and the Use of African Languages in Tertiary Education https://www.marxists.org/archive/alexander/2003-languages-in-tertiary-education.pdf (2003)

The Impact of the Hegemony of English on Access to, and Quality of, Education, with Special Reference to South Africa https://www.marxists.org/archive/alexander/2005-impact-of-hegemony-of-english.pdf (2005)

The Potential Role of Translation as Social Practice for the Intellectualisation of African Languages https://www.marxists.org/archive/alexander/2005-potential-role-of-translation.pdf (2005)

Racial Identity, Citizenship and Nation Building in Post-Apartheid South Africa https://www.marxists.org/archive/alexander/2006-racial-identity-citizenship-and-nation-building.pdf (2006)

Evolving African Approaches to the Management of Linguistic Diversity https://www.marxists.org/archive/alexander/aila-2008.pdf (2008)

Afrikaans as a Language of Reconciliation, Restitution and Nation Building https://www.marxists.org/archive/alexander/alexanderafrreconciliation.pdf (2009)

South Africa: An unfinished revolution? https://www.marxists.org/archive/alexander/2010-unfinished-revolution.pdf (2010)

Audio Recordings

Workers Organization for Socialist Action (WOSA) statement on the 1997 Conference for Socialism https://www.marxists.org/archive/alexander/audio/wosa-on-the-1997-conference-for-socialism.mp3 (1997) [mp3]

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  1. […] Südafrika – inzwischen „ein Land wie jedes andere auch“ geworden, um es einmal mit Neville Alexander zu […]

  2. […] stimmt – und das hat schon Neville Alexander, Weggefährte Nelson Mandelas, treffend festgestellt: Südafrika – das „neue“ Südafrika – […]

  3. […] “Non-English speaking scholars may also feel thwarted in their intellectual development when faced with EAP. Neville Alexander noted: […]

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