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Jacob S. T. Dlamini

Jacob S. T. Dlamini is assistant professor of history at Princeton University and is a qualified field guide. He is the author of  Askari: A Story of Collaboration and Betrayal in the Anti-Apartheid Struggle  and  Native Nostalgia.

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Listed in: African Studies · South Africa · Apartheid · Race and Ethnicity · History | Historical Geography · African History

Winner of the American Historical Association's 2021 Martin A. Klein Prize in African History
Cover of 'Safari Nation'

Safari Nation
A Social History of the Kruger National Park
By Jacob S. T. Dlamini

Safari Nation tells the history of the Kruger National Park through a black perspective, helping explain why Africa’s national parks—often derided by scholars as colonial impositions—survived the end of white rule on the continent.

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