Agency and Action in Colonial Africa: Essays for John E. Flint
Christopher P. Youé, Timothy Joseph Stapleton
Palgrave Macmillan Limited, 2001 - Business & Economics - 219 pages
The individual experiences of those who, in some way, contributed to the development and demise of colonial Africa are often overlooked. These "agents" of empire--intellectuals and peasants, chiefs and ex-slaves, nationalists and colonial officials--symbolize the ambiguities of and limitation on colonial power. "Agency and Action" attempts to capture their legacies.
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