Research

rethinking the intellectual histories of modern africa

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a dynamic, immersive pedagogy

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Recent Publication

FINALIST FOR THE BETHWELL A. OGOT BOOK PRIZE, 2018

‘With this book Earle becomes a leader in re-thinking the history of African nationalisms. His scrutiny of private papers undiscovered by previous historians allows us to eavesdrop on the political thought of late-colonial activists as never before. Widely read in comparative politics, they thought deeply, from different religious viewpoints, Christian, Muslim, and ‘popular', about political responsibility and obligation – with a view to the right governance of their kingdom.'

~Professor John Lonsdale, Fellow of Trinity College, University of Cambridge

SDA

Resources

sources in uganda studies and the decolonization of the curriculum

 
Paris, 2016

Biography

intellectual historian of modern africa