Among the different instruments of power wielded by empire-builders, maps might be considered as special forms of evidence in state formation: symbolic representations of expanding colonial influence. The mapping of […]

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I myself am not Irish, even though my name can be rendered Terence O. Ranger. (An American MA student, asked to assess my work on African history, argued that with […]

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‘The wind of change is blowing through this continent and, whether we like it or not, this growth of national consciousness is a political fact. We must all accept it […]

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I myself am not Irish, even though my name can be rendered Terence O. Ranger. (An American MA student, asked to assess my work on African history, argued that with […]

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  *From an anti-apartheid placard protesting at the 1970 visit of the Springboks rugby team to Lansdowne Road. On Thursday 19 July 1984, Mary Manning, a cashier at Dunnes Stores […]

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