Query : decolonization
- Neogy, Ajit K.4
- Adriana Dorfman2
- Álvaro B. Márquez-Fernández2
- Amar Bhatia2
- Angel Oquendo, University of Connecticut-School of Law, Estados Unidos2
- Anne Carr-Wiggin2
- Arthur Luna Borba Colen França2
- Bigelow, Ian2
- Carr-Wiggin, Anne2
- Corvaisier, Gaëlle2
- Debbie Feisst2
- Denise Koufogiannakis2
- Denoon, Donald2
- Enrique Leff2
- Farnel, Sharon2
- Feisst, Debbie2
- Gekas, Sakis2
- Ian Bigelow2
- Kayla Lar-Son2
- Koufogiannakis, Denise2
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The French diplomacy and the Mediterranean interest's maghreban
The study which one will present door on "the French diplomacy and the Mediterranean interests' maghreban". It proposes to draw up an assessment of various aspects of the co-operation between France and the States of the Maghreban in particular the three countries of the "central Maghreb" (Morocco,...
The Intercultural University of Nations and Peuples Autochtones Amawtay Wasi. Can indigenous higher education contribute to the decolonisation of society in Ecuador?
the Intercultural University of Indigenous Nations and Peoples, Amawtay Wasi (House of Sagesse, Kichwa) was officially established in 2004, following the indigenous struggles of the 1990s in Ecuador. At the time, the UN Charter of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples was not yet endorsed, and Ecuador ha...
Women’s mobilisations in the Netherlands Antilles (Curaçao and Aruba, 1946-1993)
This article looks at the specific features of Dutch Antillean policy and the level of education of women and their inclusion in civil society, in connection with the emergence of women’s movements in Aruba and Curaçao. Several of these movements (1940-early 1990s) are analysed here with a view to u...
Jan Patocka’s Transcendence to the World
This essay examines Czech philosopher Jan Patocka’s phenomenology as a philosophy of freedom. It shows how Patocka’s phenomenological concept of worldliness, initially cast within a largely philosophical framework as the domain of human action and transcendence, turned toward a philosophical history...
Beyond Empire and Nation; The Decolonization of African and Asian societies, 1930s-1960s
The decolonization of countries in Asia and Africa is one of the momentous events in the twentieth century. But did the shift to independence indeed affect the lives of the people in such a dramatic way as the political events suggest? The authors in this volume look beyond the political interpretat...
Wenn aus „Menschenfressern“ Affen werden : Rassismen in Bibliotheken am Beispiel von „Hatschi Bratschis Luftballon“
Dieser Artikel thematisiert den Umgang von Bibliotheken mit Medien, deren Inhalte Rassismen enthalten, exemplarisch anhand des rassistischen Kinderbuches „Hatschi Bratschis Luftballon“ von Franz Karl Ginzkey in den Büchereien Wien und der Fachbereichsbibliothek für Germanistik, Nederlandistik und Sk...
Mayotte : a worldwide geopolitical exception
International audience A true exception to the decolonization process in the Mozambique Channel, an island in the Comoros, Mayotte, which managed to resist the sense of history struggling to remain French. First discover this island, as it presents itself to visitors arriving by regular airline, bef...
Community Authorship as a Strategy to Connect Networks that Are Alternatives to Those of the Hegemonic Order
Nature’s system evolves simultaneously to human political systems, generating over time alternative systemic models. Studying situated natural behavior allows us to territorialize artistic practice and produce communal authorship. In order to understand this mode of production, in this article we di...
5. The French Proposal and the Acceptance of Nehru Plan
Since the joint declaration of 28 August 1947, no talk regarding the fate of the French pockets had taken place between the two governments. The French Government agreed to open negotiation without delay, but they procrastinated while the situation within the settlements was fast deteriorating. The...
Kenya's South Africans and the Politics of Decolonization
This article examines the political impact of decolonization upon the South African community in Kenya in 1963. It stresses that the end of British rule in Kenya had different implications for different groups of South Africans in Kenya. The community has been broadly delineated into three groups. T...
East/West franc: The decolonisation of the Maghreb and the reorientation of the Spanish foreign policy
After World War II, General Francisco Franco was looking for a rapprochement with the Arab world to get out of international isolation. Spain still kept its Moroccan protector, while there were hundreds of thousands of settlers of Spanish origin in Algeria. When the uprising against French colonisat...
Immigration: a case of States. Converting perspectives on Algerian migration (1961-1973)
The establishment of diplomatic relations between the French State and the new Algerian State had a major impact on the collective perception of migratory flows between France and Algeria. Focusing on the historical period from the 1962 Evian agreements to the official cessation of Algerian emigrati...
“Tabee Insulindia…” The Dutch colonial past
International audience The colonial past of the Netherlands is particularly rich and complex. However, the nowadays Dutch society seems so have almost forgotten its colonial past.The first colonial empire originates from the era of the Dutch Revolt (1568–1648). It has both a commercial and strategic...
Gendarmerie and counter-insurgency, 1791-1962
During its history, the gendarmerie regularly participated, alongside the Earth Army, in the so-called ‘irregular’ wars. Theorists and strata have developed doctrines in the decolonisation conflicts to prepare the armies for counter-insurgency. In these diagrams, the gendarmerie occupies a minor or...
French and Belgian large African dam projects, 1954-1960. Nationalism, Eurafric or Pan-African?
updated after World War II, French and Belgian projects of major African dams were a flagship initiative for both Euro-African and strictly African integration, as they benefited from exceptionally converging stimulating factors. However, marked by extraversion and diverging interests between the fo...
Decolonizing Description: Changing Metadata in Response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission
This presentation provides an overview of the work of the University of Alberta Libraries to examine and revise its descriptive metadata practices to more accurately, appropriately, and respectfully represent Indigenous peoples and contexts. The presentation was given at the Netspeed Library Technol...
The Kanak Awakening of 1969-1976: Radicalizing Anti-Colonialism in New Caledonia
This article examines the roots of the tragic “events” of the 1980s in New Caledonia, arguing that the Kanak Awakening of 1969 resulted from a convergence of powerful structural forces, such as the recolonization of the territory by France in the 1960s, accompanied by massive immigration during a ni...
The Caála monine: the micro-history of a Madeiran family in colonisation, decolonisation and return of Angola
This article is the micro-story of a family of Madeiran settlers in Angola, from the moment they settled on the Huíla plateau in the late 19th century until decolonisation in 1975. Using testimonies, archival research and bibliographic research, this is a memorial that builds on the experience of a...
From identifying the persistence of the colonial to work: the socio-clinical analysis of stories of supporters or members affiliated to the anti-racist association Les Indivisible
presents the method which has led me to identify the imaginary meanings leading to the saturation of racist representative constructions in metropolitan France. In a clinical psychosocial approach, my investigation at Les Indivisible — from its creation in 2007 to its rebirth in 2012 — based on hist...
France and the Italian ‘claims’ in Tunisia following decolonisation
While French influence in the Mediterranean is called into question by the decolonisation process, Italy claims its colonial disinterest in establishing privileged relations with the newly independent states of North Africa. Tunisia, which has been the subject of colonial claims in the past, enjoys...
Point of view — Decolonisation, this endless history
"titrebSummary '/titrebThe decolonisation has long been studied and taught as if it were a historical phenomenon embedded in a progressive and linear course of human change: first of all, it was intrinsically the movement of colonised people towards independence and nationality. But many have been t...
El testimonio: reflexiones sobre su valor, formas y pertinencias en las ciencias sociales
International audience El presente documento expone una aproximación teórica respecto al testimonio, analizando su valor, formas y pertinencias como fuente de información y archivo para las Ciencias Sociales, especialmente la Historia. Se enfatiza en sus modos de producción, valorización y usos...
On the Border in Northern Mauritania
يتناول هذا المقال مسألة الحدود الشمالية الموريتانية التي تفضي إلى إثارة أسئلة حول الأراضي والتنقل والانتماء في منطقة غرب الصحراء الغربية. تعيد العناصر التاريخية رسم الانتقال من منطقة حدودية كانت نافذة خلال الحكم الاستعماري، إلى حدود أصبحت أكثر جمودًا بعد انتهاء الفترة الاستعمارية. يقدم مسح إثنوغرافي...
The Ethics of Digitalisation: Questions on how to handle colonial materials in mass digitisation
“Racism is a white theme why only black people should be involved in their teaching and professional practice?”
The Libraryarin Franciéle Garcês reported on the influence of whiteness in the field of library and information science and the persistence of racism in library and information science.