Imperialism, Academe and Nationalism: Britain and University Education for Africans 1860-1960
Routledge, 2013年5月13日 - 266 頁
Using British Colonial Office papers, the archives of colonial governments in Africa, and the writings of African nationalists, Dr Nwauwa examines the long history of the demand for the establishment of universities in Colonial Africa, to which the authorities finally agreed after World War II.
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