Ideologies of Race, Gender and Ethnicity in development: How Colonization Framed Development Thinking in Sub-Saharan Africa
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The following photos tell stories of how colonization framed development thinking in SSA. Ideologies such as race, ethnicity, gender, human museums, the "civilizing mission" of the African continent, ...

The following photos tell stories of how colonization framed development thinking in SSA. Ideologies such as race, ethnicity, gender, human museums, the "civilizing mission" of the African continent, displaying "the savages" that need to be civilized to western countries as human museums were explored.

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    Ideologies of Race, Gender and Ethnicity in development: How Colonization Framed Development Thinking in Sub-Saharan Africa Ideologies of Race, Gender and Ethnicity in development: How Colonization Framed Development Thinking in Sub-Saharan Africa Presentation Transcript

    • Ideologies of Race, Gender and Ethnicity in Development: A Visual Exploration of How Colonization Shape Development Thinking in Sub-Saharan Africa. Jenkins Macedo Spring 2012 @All photos accredited to the original persons/institutions