The Long Shadow of the British Empire: The Ongoing Legacies of Race and Class in Zambia
This book explores the lived experiences of formerly colonized people in the privacy of their homes, communities, workplaces, and classrooms, and the associations created from these social interactions. It examines the centrality of gender and social identity in the formation of non-western people in the British Empire.
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