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Pre-colonial Politics, Slavery and the Role of Traditional leaders
Thanks for your comments, much appreciated. Do send us specific recommendations, we will happily post them up. This is a crowd-sourced list and we are always looking to expand it.
Nationalism, Pan Africanism, and Anti-colonial Struggles
This is an impressive list but can I add that it is a list on decolonising the African and not necessarily African Education. There are a number of important subject areas of education itself that need to be reviewed: Methodology Courses, but also in other content areas like Geography, performance, cinematic and plastic arts, mass media and communication. What the list also shows are mostly old books and articles. There are new studies that are done in the different areas, archived in journals and books. The Leiden African Studies Centre does contain some of these new ones. But also as a departure, how about Oral sources in contemporary Africa where contemporary will mean the now, the present? Let’s keep talking
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please add my book under education or social movements thanks
Ismail, S. 2015. The Victoria Mxenge Housing project- women building activism through socialmactivism and informal learning. UCT Press, Cape Town.
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Hi , thanks for this impressive list. I am currently writing up my dissertation about decolonization higher education in Brazil and the implementation of Afro-Brazilian History and Culture in the curriculum. As I am writing against the Eurocentric education, I would appreciate if you can let me know what book and author would be good for me to read. Many thanks.
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Shireen Hassim’s Women’s Organizations and Democracy in South Africa (University of Wisconsin Press) is outstanding as are both books by Ousseina Alidou (University of Wisconsin Press).