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  1. Dorothee Boulanger First/primary/lead supervisor

    History

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Fiction as History? Resistance, Complicities, and the Intellectual History of Postcolonial Angola

    1/10/20121/04/2018

  2. Antonio Manuel Gonzalez Carrillo

    Spanish, Portuguese & Latin American Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Grammars of Empire: The Linguistic Thought of Antonio de Nebrija and its Reception by Melchor Oyanguren (1481-1738)

    1/10/201131/08/2015

  3. Ines Guarda

    History

    Doctor of Philosophy

    European Slave Trade Middlemen in the Gold Coast, the Slave Coast and Angola (1680-1720)

    7/01/20131/11/2016

  4. Femi Owolade

    History

    Doctor of Philosophy

    A Benevolent Autocracy? Law and British Colonial Rule in Kano Province, Northern Nigeria (1903-1960)

    4/01/201621/03/2016

  5. Aleida Mendes Borges First/primary/lead supervisor

    History

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Engaging the State: Everyday practices of youth political participation in Lusophone Africa

    1/10/2017 → …

  6. Vincent Nadeau First/primary/lead supervisor

    History

    Doctor of Philosophy

    African Origins of the Cuban Revolution: Fidel and the “Black” Dove

    28/04/20141/06/2019

  7. Joseph Da Costa First/primary/lead supervisor

    History

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Decoloniality and early colonial thought. Grammar and Cartography in the era of Portuguese expansion

    1/10/20151/09/2020

  8. Hector Flores Franco

    Spanish, Portuguese & Latin American Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Construction of Sacro and Secular symbols as a national iconography in late 19th and early 20th century Ecuador

    24/09/20131/09/2020

  9. Jonathan Egid

    Comparative Literature

    Master of Philosophy

    A summary of, and inquiry into, the Hatata Zera Yacob and the Hatata Walda Heywat, its authorship, the structure of the debate over its authorship, and its consequences for global intellectual history and the historiography of philosophy

    10/11/2020 → …

  10. Frances Goodingham

    Spanish, Portuguese & Latin American Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Freedom in hidden meanings: metaphors, storytelling and performance in African-Brazilian cultural manifestations, the case of São João da Chapada, in Minas Gerais.

    1/10/2015 → …

  11. Patrice Etienne First/primary/lead supervisor

    History

    Master of Philosophy

    Pre-Colonial Africa and its influences on modern Europe. This project intends to unravel the dominant, one sided and victimised story of the Continent; addressing what relations were like (with Europe) predating the transatlantic slave trade.

    8/01/2018 → …

  12. Norris Saakwa-Mante First/primary/lead supervisor

    History

    Master of Philosophy

    Natural Philosophy, Ideologies of Atlantic Slavery, and the Emergence of 'Race-Thinking': Puritan Identity, English Colonialism and The Hartlib Circle 1630-1660, and Robert Boyle's Imperial Science and the Colonies 1660-169

    12/07/2019 → …

  13. Martin Pugh

    History

    Master of Philosophy

    'A Cuba off the East African coast?': Zanzibar, Britain and the Cold War, 1963-1965.

    1/10/2020 → …

  14. Jose Maria Alvarez Hernandez First/primary/lead supervisor

    History

    Master of Philosophy

    Centred around the study of African enslaved people deserting South Carolina to reach Florida in the early eighteenth century, this project investigates enslaved Africans' unexplored ability to shape British-Spanish international relations.

    1/10/2020 → …

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