The Role of Song in the Expurgating of Shame

Jacqueline A. Gibbons, York University

This research is part of a larger project which looks at South African women's imprisonment. The role of singing, inside prison is examined as expurgation, catharsis and transformation into hope, for the lives of inmates during the post-colonial period in this country's history.

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