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Alan Crookham, Nina Finigan, Elizabeth Plumridge, and Michelle Horwood

as donors and as visitors, seeing themselves “as partners in colonial development and not merely as victims of it” (76). Gareth Knapman’s study of Sir Frederick McCoy, in the National Museum of Victoria in Melbourne, explores the tension between

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The Colonial State and Carnival

The Complexity and Ambiguity of Carnival in Guinea-Bissau, West Africa

Christoph Kohl

key roles, both as mediators of colonial trading interests and state administration and as activists in anti-colonial developments. In the literature, they are known for their ‘rebellious’ stance toward the colonizers, and they figure prominently in

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Decolonizing the African Studies Centre

Adam Branch

World War II it and the other institutes had been incorporated into an overall plan for a ‘developmental’ empire ( Cooper 2002 ) once the Colonial Development and Welfare Act had set the stage for an expansion of socially relevant research ( Mills 2006

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Malinowski and Mauss Exchanging Knowledge in Interwar Europe

Lessons in Internationalism

Leo Coleman

's ‘ethnographic’ internationalism and the broader influence of anthropological thought on the problem of the international in the interwar social sciences, an influence that was felt in international law and in debates over colonial development and trusteeship