Book Review: Peter Kallaway and Rebecca Swartz (Eds) Empire and education in Africa: The shaping of a comparative perspective New York, Peter Lange, 2016
Keywords: Colonial education, book review
AbstractPeter Kallaway and Rebecca Swartz (Eds) Empire and education in Africa: The shaping of a comparative perspective New York, Peter Lange, 2016
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