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Nik Farrell Fox and Bryan Mukandi

nationalistic sentiment in Europe, student protests in South Africa, and what often appears to be the affirmation of terra nullius and the White Australia Policy on the Australian academic philosophy scene, there is a tremendous amount to learn from What

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AIDS and Postcolonial Politics

Acting Up on Science and Immigration in France

Michael J. Bosia

From a postcolonial left that challenges the French state over immigration policy and neoliberal globalization, Act Up has advocated for the social and political rights and needs of women, inmates, drug users, and immigrants with HIV/AIDS. This essay examines as well Act Up's engagement with science and globalization in response to new experimental medical trials in the Global South. Act Up's emphasis on local empowerment against global economic and social actors has earned criticism from American and South African AIDS activists, but at the same time these campaigns stress the universalist impulse imbedded in the Act Up brand of French Republican politics.

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Damon Boria, Thomas Meagher, Adrian van den Hoven, and Matthew C. Eshleman

embodied experiences of racialization. It is not clear Ngo’s text has much to offer those examining phenomena of racialization in, say, Hispaniola, South Africa, Senegal, Brazil, Colombia, etc. This conception of racialization means that the text privileges

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Owen White and Elizabeth Heath

all depend in some sense on uncovering the networks that helped people acquire what the South African labor historian Charles van Onselen termed “market intelligence”—in essence, the knowledge or confidence that a particular move represented a good

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Yan Slobodkin

, Empire, and Anthropology in France, 1850–1950 (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2013). For the intersection of food and race in South Africa, see Diana Wylie, Starving on a Full Stomach: Hunger and the Triumph of Cultural Racism in Modern South Africa

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Noel N. Sauer

, Languages of Art (Indianapolis, IN: Hackett, 1976). 74 Putting Sartre and Ryle in dialogue—as, to date, only Richard Turner (“Sartre and Ryle on the Imagination,” South African Journal of Philosophy [April 1968]: 20–28), and especially Paul Ricoeur

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Administering Vaccination in Interwar Algeria

Medical Auxiliaries, Smallpox, and the Colonial State in the Communes mixtes

Hannah-Louise Clark

Colonial State, in South Africa and Elsewhere: Factions, Fragments, Facts and Fictions,” Social Identities: Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture 4, 3 (1998): 321–61. 21 Crawford Young, The African Colonial State in Comparative Perspective

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Le Rallye Méditerranée-le Cap

Racing towards Eurafrica?

Megan Brown

France, then it would be dependent on French-Belgian-Portuguese collaboration, and finally it would expand to the United Kingdom and South Africa. 25 Clearly, supporting Eurafrica did not mean a total easing of colonial competition. Indeed, the rally

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The French Empire Goes to San Francisco

The Founding of the United Nations and the Limits of Colonial Reform

Jessica Lynne Pearson

Defender —proclaimed that France, like South Africa, ruled its colonial populations with an “anti-Negro iron fist.” 19 American public opinion about France's colonial affairs was important to track, explained a memo from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

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Think Global, Fight Local

Recontextualizing the French Army in Algeria, 1954–1962

Terrence G. Peterson

-duty officers. The files of the État-Major in Algiers detail eighteen visits by multiple officers from ten countries that included Argentina, Belgium, Canada, Great Britain, Iran, Israel, Portugal, South Africa, Switzerland, and the United States, most of them