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Angola under the Portuguese

Auteur : Gerald J Bender
Éditeur : Trenton, NJ : Africa World Press, 2004.
Édition/format :   Livre : Anglais : 1st Africa World Press edVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
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The book is the first comprehensive study of race relations in Angola. It covers the entire five-century-long relationship between the peoples of Angola and Portugal. Portuguese imperial thinkers asserted that they were unique among European colonizers in their ability to establish and maintain egalitarian and non-discriminatory relationships with tropical peoples. This concept was elevated to a philosophical  Lire la suite...
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Genre/forme : History
Format – détails additionnels : Online version:
Bender, Gerald J.
Angola under the Portuguese.
Trenton, NJ : Africa World Press, 2004
(OCoLC)647013309
Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Gerald J Bender
ISBN : 1592212581 9781592212583 1592212573 9781592212576
Numéro OCLC : 55852883
Description : xxxiv, 287 p. ; 22 cm.
Contenu : Introduction ---
New Introduction ----
Part I. Lusotropicalism. 1. Lusotropicalism: theory and early practice --
2. The dynamics of miscegenatiion ----
Part II. White settlement. 3. Degredados and the system of penal colonization ---
4. Directed white settlement in rural Angola: the sahttering of a dream ----
Part III. Racial domination. 5. Realities of the Civilizing Mission: from the end of slavery to the war of Independence ---
6. Wartime response towards African civilians: the dilemma of development versus control ----
Part IV. Conclusion. 7. The reality of race in Angola.
Autres titres : Angola under the Portuguese : the myth and the reality
Responsabilité : Gerald J. Bender.

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The book is the first comprehensive study of race relations in Angola. It covers the entire five-century-long relationship between the peoples of Angola and Portugal. Portuguese imperial thinkers asserted that they were unique among European colonizers in their ability to establish and maintain egalitarian and non-discriminatory relationships with tropical peoples. This concept was elevated to a philosophical plateau and given the name Luscotropicalism. Propagated with fervor by Portuguese colonial thinkers, Lusotropical doctrines were widely accepted as being valid by twentieth-century diplomats and political thinkers in both Europe and the United States, many of whom believed that Portuguese colonialism in Africa would continue indefinitely.

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