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A Global Critical Race and Racism Framework: Racial Entanglements and Deep and Malleable Whiteness
Responsibility Kalpana Wilson. Physical description viii, p. Online Available online.
Full view. We explore this whilst deepening your regional expertise on Africa, in all its socio-cultural, political and economic diversity. Any reading recommendations would be reductionist but here are a few texts to give you a flavour of what you will be exploring:. Fanon, F.
Race, Racism and Development: Interrogating History, Discourse and Practice (English Edition)
New York: Grove Press. Mkandawire, T. Thinking about developmental states in Africa. Nugent, P.
Africa since independence. Palgrave Macmillan. Sabaratnam, M.
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Decolonising Intervention: International Statebuilding in Mozambique. Shipton, P. Credit between cultures: farmers, financiers, and misunderstanding in Africa. Yale University Press. West, H. Kupilikula: governance and the invisible realm in Mozambique.