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Grassroots literacy [Texte imprimé] : writing, identity and voice in central Africa /

de Blommaert, Jan. (aut.)
Collation: 1 vol. (XVI-219 p.) : ill., cartes, facsims. ; 24 cm. Collection: Literacies Édition: London ; New York : Routledge, 2008.ISBN: 9780415426312 (hardback : alk. paper); 0415426316 (hardback : alk. paper); 9780415426305 (pbk. : alk. paper); 0415426308 (pbk. : alk. paper); 9780203895481 (ebk); 0203895487 (ebk).Contenu: Preface – PART 1: Grassroots literacy -- 1. Introduction: Grassroots literacy and literacy regimes -- 1.1. Yes I can write -- 1.2. Writing -- 1.3. Grassroots literacy -- 1.4. Ethnographies of text -- 1.5. Globalization – PART 2: The lives of Julien -- 2. Three lives for Mrs Arens -- 2.1. Three versions of a life -- 2.2. Writing with an accent -- 2.3. Julien's life: a storyline -- 2.4. Writing (as) a (way of) life -- 2.5. Context and pretext -- 3. Genres and repertoires -- 3.1. Resources -- 3.2. On genre -- 3.3. Emerging genres in an emerging tradition -- 3.4. Histories and letters -- 3.5. The repertoire -- 3.6. The misfit -- 4. Writing, remembering and being -- 4.1. Emerging genres, emerging lives -- 4.2. Writing and remembering -- 4.3. Who is Julien? -- 4.4. Textuality and subjectivity – PART 3: Tshibumba the historian -- 5. Tshibumba: Artist, painter, historian -- 5.1. Paintings, conversations, and texts -- 5.2. Tshibumba Kanda Matulu -- 5.3. The storyline -- 6. The aesthetics of grassroots literacy -- 6.1. Writing as drawing -- 6.2. Tshibumba's writing and drawing -- 6.3. Tshibumba's voice -- 6.4. A disciplined voice -- 7. Sources as resources -- 7.1. The archive again -- 7.2. A national history with local resources -- 7.3. Tshibumba's voices -- 8. The grassroots historian's craft -- 8.1. Tshibumba's historiographic methodology -- 8.2. Grassroots historiography and popular consciousness -- 8.3. Artist, painter, grassroots historian – PART 4: Julien, Tshibumba and beyond -- 9. Reflections -- 9.1. Lives, literacy, subjectivity -- 9.2. The skeleton of literacy practices -- 9.3. Grassroots literacy in globalization -- 9.4. History from below -- 9.5. Conclusion – Notes & referencesSujet RAMEAU: Ethnolinguistique Congo (République démocratique) | Alphabétisation Congo (République démocratique) | Anthropological linguistics Congo (Democratic Republic) | Literacy Congo (Democratic Republic)Thématique: Sociolinguistique et ethnolinguistique | Linguistique, languesThématique spécifique: Conversation | Littératie | Ecriture | Littérature | Identité culturelle | Histoire | Identité linguistique | Anthropologie | TextesGéographique: Afrique centrale | République Démocratique du CongoType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande du Nord
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Bibliogr. p. 203-213. Index.

Preface –
PART 1: Grassroots literacy -- 1. Introduction: Grassroots literacy and literacy regimes -- 1.1. Yes I can write -- 1.2. Writing -- 1.3. Grassroots literacy -- 1.4. Ethnographies of text -- 1.5. Globalization –
PART 2: The lives of Julien -- 2. Three lives for Mrs Arens -- 2.1. Three versions of a life -- 2.2. Writing with an accent -- 2.3. Julien's life: a storyline -- 2.4. Writing (as) a (way of) life -- 2.5. Context and pretext -- 3. Genres and repertoires -- 3.1. Resources -- 3.2. On genre -- 3.3. Emerging genres in an emerging tradition -- 3.4. Histories and letters -- 3.5. The repertoire -- 3.6. The misfit -- 4. Writing, remembering and being -- 4.1. Emerging genres, emerging lives -- 4.2. Writing and remembering -- 4.3. Who is Julien? -- 4.4. Textuality and subjectivity –
PART 3: Tshibumba the historian -- 5. Tshibumba: Artist, painter, historian -- 5.1. Paintings, conversations, and texts -- 5.2. Tshibumba Kanda Matulu -- 5.3. The storyline -- 6. The aesthetics of grassroots literacy -- 6.1. Writing as drawing -- 6.2. Tshibumba's writing and drawing -- 6.3. Tshibumba's voice -- 6.4. A disciplined voice -- 7. Sources as resources -- 7.1. The archive again -- 7.2. A national history with local resources -- 7.3. Tshibumba's voices -- 8. The grassroots historian's craft -- 8.1. Tshibumba's historiographic methodology -- 8.2. Grassroots historiography and popular consciousness -- 8.3. Artist, painter, grassroots historian –
PART 4: Julien, Tshibumba and beyond -- 9. Reflections -- 9.1. Lives, literacy, subjectivity -- 9.2. The skeleton of literacy practices -- 9.3. Grassroots literacy in globalization -- 9.4. History from below -- 9.5. Conclusion –
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