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‘A Territorial, Social and Ethical Apartheid’ An Analysis of the Conflicting Portrayals of the French Banlieues and Banlieuesard Identity

This entry was posted in 20th Century, Africa, Cultural History, France, Imperial and Colonial, Political History, Undergraduate dissertation and tagged , , .

THE POLITICAL UTILISATION AND IMPACT OF SPORT IN FRANCO-ALGERIAN RELATIONS, 1913-2001

This entry was posted in 20th Century, Africa, Cultural History, Europe, France, Imperial and Colonial, Political History, Type of history and tagged , , , .

How far did both the early British colonial government and Julius Nyerere’s TANU use ‘imagined communities’ as justification for their political actions in Tanzania?

This entry was posted in 1950-1999, Administrative History, Africa, Britain and Ireland, Cultural History, Imperial and Colonial, Political History, Social History, Undergraduate dissertation and tagged , .

‘Uganda’s children are being sodomised left and right!’: change and continuity in perceptions of homosexuality in Uganda, 1876 – 2014

This entry was posted in 18th-19th Century, 20th Century, 21st Century, Africa, Cultural History, HIST3500, Prize Winners, Social History and tagged , .

A Cruel and Endless Fairy Tale: Myth and Memory in Historical Narratives of Rwanda

This entry was posted in 1950-1999, Africa, Cultural History, HIST3500, Political History and tagged , .

Conceptualising childhood in twentieth-century Uganda

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The 1945 Manchester Pan-African Congress: The Forging of an International Race Consciousness

This entry was posted in 1920-1949, Africa, Britain and Ireland, Cultural History, International History, Masters Dissertation, Political History, Social History and tagged , , .

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