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Ruin of Empire

The Uganda Railway and Memory Work in Kenya

Norman Aselmeyer

article deals with the way in which the Uganda Railway has been remembered in Kenya, from the early beginnings of railway construction in the late nineteenth century to the most recent election in 2017. My main question relates to the forces that shaped

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Places of Progress? Technology Museums, Memory, and Education

Christian Kehrt and Daniel Brandau

spaces. 9 Exploitation of resources and labor via technologies involve transnational dimensions well beyond European shores. In his contribution to this issue, “Ruin of Empire: The Uganda Railway and Memory Work in Kenya,” Norman Aselmeyer examines the