Namibian Herero a History of Their Psychological Disintegration and Survival

Author: Poewe, Karla
Year:1985
Pages:364
ISBN:0-88946-176-7
978-0-88946-176-5
Price:239.95
Poewe draws a disturbing picture of a Herero society that is radically unbalanced but driven by an indomitable will to survive. Her case material and oral histories are "frightening yet fascinating." - World Development

Reviews

". . . an important book for anyone who wishes to understand the current crisis in Southern Africa." - International Journal of African Historical Studies

". . . an admirably impassioned book." - Choice

". . . an immediacy rarely found in the literature of the social sciences." - Journal of African History