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Bellah Histories of Decolonization, Iklan Paths to Freedom: The Meanings of Race and Slavery in the Late-Colonial Niger Bend (Mali), 1944-1960
B. S. Hall
Published 2011
History

International Journal of African Historical Studies
The standard story of the decolonization process in French-ruled West Africa involves race in a very direct and obvious way. Beginning with the Popular Front government in France (1936-38), and again… Expand
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Roger Botte argues that such racial designations of slaves and former slaves are widespread across West Africa . See Roger Botte , “ De l ’ esclavage et du daltonisme dans les sciences sociales
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