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Traditions Can Be Changed
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Tanzanian Nationalist Debates around Decolonizing »Race« and Gender, 1960s-1970s

Whether and to what extent African states and societies have been able to break away from colonial impact is a still contentious issue.
Harald Barre considers newspapers and academic activism in Tanzania as forums in which the project of an independent African nation was shaped through heated debates. Examining the changing discourses on race and gender in the 1960s and 1970s, he reveals that equating difference with inequality in the national narrative was fiercely contested. Pervasive images rooted in colonialism were thus challenged and in some cases fundamentally transformed by journalists, students, (inter)national scholars, (inter)national events and the promise of an egalitarian socialist state.
Repensar la Revolución del Poncho
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Activismo católico y políticas de representación en el espacio andino del Ecuador (1955-1988)

La primera historia integral de la teología de la liberación en Ecuador y su impacto sobre la formación del movimiento indígena.
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Competition in World Politics

Knowledge, Strategies and Institutions

A new, interdisciplinary approach to competition in world politics, offering a range of fresh insights into its historical origins and social contexts.
Representations of Global Civility
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English Travellers in the Ottoman Empire and the South Pacific, 1636–1863

Global civility instead of colonial domination: this study provides a striking new perspective on both travel and travel-writing in the long eighteenth century.
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Translocations

Histories of Dislocated Cultural Assets

Who owns cultural assets? Who has narrative control? This volume discusses fair and just approaches to address the dislocation of cultural assets.
Mapping the Unmappable?
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Cartographic Explorations with Indigenous Peoples in Africa

How can we map differing perceptions of the living environment? The anthology explores this question with case studies from Africa and beyond.
Global Photographies
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Global Photographies

Memory – History – Archives

This compilation connects photography to global practices in historic perspective. Colonial and postcolonial photography is presented as an entangled and contested site.
(Post)Colonial Histories – Trauma, Memory and Reconciliation in the Context of the Angolan Civil War
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(Post)Colonial Histories – Trauma, Memory and Reconciliation in the Context of the Angolan Civil War
In which way interact (post)colonial discourses with memory discourses? This anthology deals with these questions with the film "My heart of darkness" as a starting point.
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Congoism

Congo Discourses in the United States from 1800 to the Present

Congoism radically deconstructs the many dismissive discourses on today's Democratic Republic of the Congo in the works of U.S. intellectuals.
The Nile: Natural and Cultural Landscape in Egypt
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The Nile: Natural and Cultural Landscape in Egypt
Ancient Egypt as we know it with all its wonders like pyramids and temples wouldn't have existed without the Nile. The first recent attempt to explain the importance of this natural phenomenon for the culture of pharaonic Egypt.
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