Oral History Interview: Daniel Kunene (0723)
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South Africa; Edenville; Orange Free State; racial segregation; “locations”; education; teaching; family history; music; University of South Africa; Apartheid; sabbatical in the United States and England; teaching at UCLA; discrimination; teaching at UW; acting chairmanship of Afro-American Studies; Department of African Languages and Literature; poetry; rape on campus; literature in translation; Artistic pursuits; Soweto Uprising (1976); “Soweto” poem; Bernard van Beurden; Nelson Mandela; Frederik Willem de Klerk; Non-European Unity Movement; Society of Young Africa (SOYA); University of Cape Town; Johannesburg; Sophiatown; the Odin Cinema in Sophiatown; songs; musical groups; quartets; religion; AME Church; UW Board of Regents; Donna Shalala.
Department of Afro-American Studies
Department of African Languages and Literature
Interviewed by Bob Lange