Unreasonable histories : nativism, multiracial lives, and the genealogical imagination in British Africa /
In Unreasonable Histories, Christopher J. Lee unsettles the parameters and content of African studies as currently understood. At the book's core are the experiences of multiracial Africans in British Central Africa—contemporary Malawi, Zimbabwe, and Zambia—from the 1910s to the 1960s. Drawing...
Duke University Press,
Table of Contents:
- Idioms of place and history
- Adaima's story
- Coming of age
- The native undefined
- Commissions and circumvention
- Racism as a weapon of the weak
- Loyalty and disregard
- Urbanization and spatial belonging.