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Keletso E. Atkins
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The Cultural Origins of an African Work Ethic, Natal, South Africa, 1843-1900. Discourses of 'lazy' men have a long history in European ideas about rural sub-Saharan Africa, occurring wherever rural men resisted colonial labour regimes and coercive forms of rural development. An early example from Kenya is discussed, together with a situation on the Zambian Copperbelt, in which Africans themselves developed stereotyped ideas about work and idleness as aspects of ethnic identity. Underemployed male peasants are also central to Lewis's 1950s' theories of developing economies.

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Give us our money! : the cultural origins of an African work ethic, Natal, South Africa, 1843-1900 /. Saved in: Main Author: Atkins, Keletso E. Format: Book. Published: Portsmouth, NH : Heinemann ; London : Currey, 1993.

No Condition Is Permanent: The Social Dynamics of Agrarian Change in Sub-Saharan Africa. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1993.

The Moon Is Dead! Give Us Our Money! The Cultural Origins of an African Work Ethic, Natal, South Africa, 1843–1900. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1993. No Condition Is Permanent: The Social Dynamics of Agrarian Change in Sub-Saharan Africa. We Are All Slaves : African Miners, Culture, and Resistance at the Enugu Government Colliery, Nigeria. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 2002. Clarence-Smith, Gervase William.

Give us Our Money! The Cultural Origins of an African Work Ethic, Natal, South Africa . 10 See Atkins, The Moon is Dead; Isaacman, Allen.

Give us Our Money! The Cultural Origins of an African Work Ethic, Natal, South Africa, 1843–1900 (Portsmouth, 1993). 7 The Herskovits Prize is presented by the African Studies Association (ASA) to the author of the most important scholarly work in African studies published in English during the preceding year. This annual prize is named in honor of Melville J. Herskovits, one of the ASA's founders. 10 See Atkins, The Moon is Dead; Isaacman, Allen, Cotton is the Mother of Poverty: Peasants, Work, and Rural Struggle in Colonial Mozambique (Portsmouth, 1995); and many other works.

1994 – Keletso E. Atkins for The Moon is Dead! Give Us Our Money!: The Cultural Origins of an African Work Ethic, atal . 2002 – Judith A. Carney for Black Rice: The African Origins of Rice Cultivation in the Americas. Atkins for The Moon is Dead! Give Us Our Money!: The Cultural Origins of an African Work Ethic, atal, South Africa, 1843-1900. 1995 – Megan Vaughan, Henrietta L. Moore for Cutting Down Trees: Gender, Nutrition, and Agricultural Change in the Northern Province of Zambia, 1890-1990. 1996 – Jonathon Glassman for Feasts and Riot: Revelry, Rebellion, & Popular Consciousness on the Swahili Coast, 1856-1888.