Haiom in the Etosha region
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Haiom in the Etosha region a history of colonial settlement, ethnicity and nature conservation by Ute Dieckmann

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Published by Basler Afrika Bibliographien in Basel .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Heikum (African people) -- Namibia,
  • San (African people) -- Namibia,
  • Ethnology -- Namibia

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementUte Dieckmann ; introduction by Robert Gordon.
ContributionsGordon, Robert J., 1947-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDT1558.H45 D543 2007
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 398 p. :
Number of Pages398
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24121992M
ISBN 103905758008
ISBN 109783905758009
LC Control Number2009498871

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Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral)-- Cologne, under the title: Haiom between the "Bushman Problem" and San activism: Colonial imaginations and postcolonial appropriations The Etosha Region in Namibia, comprising the famous Etosha National Park and its adjacent communal and commercial farm lands, has been a conte step region since the advent of colonial settlement. Get this from a library! Haiom in the Etosha region: a history of colonial settlement, ethnicity and nature conservation. [Ute Dieckmann; Robert J Gordon]. The Etosha Region in Namibia, comprising the famous Etosha National Park and its adjacent communal and commercial farm lands, has been a conte step region since the advent of colonial settlement. The centenary of the Etosha Park in provided an opportune moment for critical reflection on its history, a much-needed appraisal achieved by this. Highlights in the Etosha region. The Etosha National Park is a nature conservation area in northern Namibia and is one of the most significant game reserves in Africa. In Namibia it is by far the best known and most important national park. Today the Park covers an area of nearly km² and is completely fenced for the protection of the.

Haiom in the Etosha region: a history of colonial settlement, ethnicity and Nature Conservation via Google Books; Undiscovered or Overlooked: The Haiom of Namibia This page was last edited on 28 April , at (UTC). Text is available under the Creative Commons. In book: Tracking down the past, Ethnohistory meets archaeozoology. (pp) Edition: Documenta Archaeobiologia 7; Chapter: Losing the spoor: Hai||om animal exploitation in the Etosha region. Tsumib was born in Etosha in around , at a time when his people were still living off the land as hunter gatherers. He says: “Following our removal from the park, the Hai//om people have experienced great hardship, while the park has been developed into a world famous tourist destination, generating enormous economic benefits, from which. Etosha National Park itself offers so much more than your average Namibian safari, the abundance of wildlife almost pales in comparison with the incredible silvery sand of the Etosha Pan. For those who are interested, Born in Etosha: Homage to the cultural heritage of the Haillom tells the story of the culture and the history of the area and.

THE minority Hai//om clan of San people in Namibia, who live next to and inside in the country's flagship Etosha National Park, will be invited to participate in various activities marking the Etosha. Etosha, home to various animals and endangered species, is situated in the Kunene region, but shares boundaries with the Oshikoto, Oshana and Otjozondjupa regions. Etosha content is provided by KrugerKalahari, specialists in wildlife photography, seasoned in more than African Safaris, 95% of them 've spent more than days and nights in the African wilderness. Our goal is to promote knowledge and understanding about the earth’s last wilderness areas through images and our experiences. A rchaeolog y a nd a rchaeozoolog y i n t he EN P R e s e a r c h b a c k g r o u n d Data relating the social and ecological history of the Etosha National Park collected and compiled by U.