Storia del colonialismo e della decolonizzazione a a. 2014 2015 bibliografia

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-Peter R. Schmidt, PostColonial silencing, intellectuals, and the state: Views from Eritrea, in African Affairs, Vol. 109, No. 435 (April 2010), pp. 293-313
- J. Abbink, Briefing: The Eritrean-Ethiopian Border Dispute, in “African Affairs”, 389 (1998), pp. 551-565
- F. Guazzini, Riflessioni sulle identità di guerra nel cyberspazio: il caso eritreo-etiopico, in “Africa”, 4, (2001), pp.532-572
- Ruth Iyob, The Ethiopian–Eritrean Conflict: Diasporic vs. Hegemonic States in the Horn of Africa, 1991- 2000, in “The Journal of Modern African Studies”, 4 ( 2000), pp. 659-682
- Kjetil Tronvoll, The Process of Nation-Building in Post-War Eritrea: Created from below or Directed from above?, in “The Journal of Modern African Studies”, 3 (1998), pp. 461-482
- Richard Reid, Old Problems in New Conflicts: Some Observations on Eritrea and Its Relations with Tigray, from Liberation Struggle to Inter-State War, in “Journal of the International African Institute”, 3 (2003), pp. 369- 401
-Marshall Clough, "Mau Mau and the Contest for Memory," in E.S. Atieno Odhiambo and John Lonsdale, eds., Mau Mau and Nationhood (Oxford: James Currey, 2003), 251-67;
- Bruce J. Berman, Nationalism, Ethnicity, and Modernity: The Paradox of Mau Mau, in “Canadian Journal

of African Studies”, 2 (1991), pp. 181-206

-Daniel Branch, The Enemy within: Loyalists and the War against Mau Mau in Kenya, in

The Journal of African History, Vol. 48, No. 2 (2007), pp. 291-315

- Galia Sabar-Friedman, The Mau Mau Myth: Kenyan Political Discourse in Search of Democracy, in “Cahiers d'Études Africaines”, 137 (1995), pp. 101 -131
- J. Lonsdale e C. Elkins, Ricordare I Mau Mau. Conflitti di memoria nel Kenya postcoloniale, in A. Triulzi (a cura di), Dopo la violenza, Napoli, 2005, pp.159-196
- Jean-Pierre Dozon, I bété: una creazione coloniale, in J-L- Amselle e E. M’Bokolo, L’invenzione dell’etnia, Roma, 2008, pp.77-117
- Ruth Marshall-Fratani, The War of "Who Is Who": Autochthony, Nationalism, and Citizenship in the Ivoirian Crisis, in “African Studies Review”, 2 (2006), pp. 9-43
- Isiaka Alani Badmus, Even the Stones are Burning: Explaining the Ethnic Dimensions

of the Civil War in Côte d’Ivoire, in “Journal of Soc Sci, 1 (2009), pp.45-57

- Siendou A. Konate, The Politics of Identity and Violence in Côte d’Ivoire, in “West Africa Review”, 5 (2004)
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