Items where Subject is "V254 East African History"

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Africa

Olweny, Mark (2020) Uganda: Introduction. In: Architectural Guide to Sub-Saharan Africa. DOM Publishers, Berlin, pp. 135-138. ISBN 9783869224008

Architectural History

Longair, Sarah (2017) Visions of the global: the classical and the eclectic in colonial East African architecture. Cahiers d'Etudes de l'Afrique de l'Est (51). pp. 161-178. ISSN .

Architecture

Longair, Sarah (2019) Projections of Empire: The architecture of colonial museums in East Africa. In: The MacKenzie Moment: Essays Presented to Professor John M. MacKenzie. Britain and the World . Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

Olweny, Mark (2020) Uganda: Introduction. In: Architectural Guide to Sub-Saharan Africa. DOM Publishers, Berlin, pp. 135-138. ISBN 9783869224008

Wako, Anthony Kalimungabo and Olweny, Mark (2022) Hidden Histories: Indian Influence on Architecture and Urbanism across the East African Interior. In: CAMEA Adelaide Congress 2021: Migrant Labour and Material Transfer: Politics of construction in the Indian Ocean Rim, 7 - 9 November 2021, Adelaide, Australia.

British empire

Longair, Sarah (2016) Cracks in the dome: fractured histories of empire in the Zanzibar Museum, 1897–1964. Routledge (previously with Ashgate). ISBN 9781472437877

Cultural history

Longair, Sarah (2016) Cracks in the dome: fractured histories of empire in the Zanzibar Museum, 1897–1964. Routledge (previously with Ashgate). ISBN 9781472437877

Longair, Sarah (2018) Reconstructing the lives of professional women in 1930s Zanzibar through image, object and text. In: British women and cultural practices of empire, 1775-1930. Bloomsbury Academic. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

East Africa

Longair, Sarah (2016) Cracks in the dome: fractured histories of empire in the Zanzibar Museum, 1897–1964. Routledge (previously with Ashgate). ISBN 9781472437877

Longair, Sarah (2018) Reconstructing the lives of professional women in 1930s Zanzibar through image, object and text. In: British women and cultural practices of empire, 1775-1930. Bloomsbury Academic. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

Longair, Sarah (2015) Representing “Our island Sultanate” in London and Zanzibar: cross-currents in educating imperial publics. In: Exhibiting the Empire: Cultures of Display and the British Empire. Manchester University Press, Manchester, pp. 257-278. ISBN 9780719091094

Longair, Sarah (2018) Seats and sites of authority: British colonial collecting on the East African coast. In: Coastal cultures of the long nineteenth century. Edinburgh University Press. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

Longair, Sarah (2018) The "colonial moment" in the lives of objects from the Swahili coast. In: Worlds on the horizon: Swahili arts across the Indian Ocean. Krannert Art Museum / University of Illinois Press, Illinois. ISBN 9781883015497

Longair, Sarah (2019) Projections of Empire: The architecture of colonial museums in East Africa. In: The MacKenzie Moment: Essays Presented to Professor John M. MacKenzie. Britain and the World . Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

Longair, Sarah (2017) Visions of the global: the classical and the eclectic in colonial East African architecture. Cahiers d'Etudes de l'Afrique de l'Est (51). pp. 161-178. ISSN .

Exhibitions

Longair, Sarah (2015) Representing “Our island Sultanate” in London and Zanzibar: cross-currents in educating imperial publics. In: Exhibiting the Empire: Cultures of Display and the British Empire. Manchester University Press, Manchester, pp. 257-278. ISBN 9780719091094

Imperial History

Longair, Sarah (2015) Representing “Our island Sultanate” in London and Zanzibar: cross-currents in educating imperial publics. In: Exhibiting the Empire: Cultures of Display and the British Empire. Manchester University Press, Manchester, pp. 257-278. ISBN 9780719091094

Longair, Sarah (2018) Seats and sites of authority: British colonial collecting on the East African coast. In: Coastal cultures of the long nineteenth century. Edinburgh University Press. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

Longair, Sarah (2018) The "colonial moment" in the lives of objects from the Swahili coast. In: Worlds on the horizon: Swahili arts across the Indian Ocean. Krannert Art Museum / University of Illinois Press, Illinois. ISBN 9781883015497

Longair, Sarah (2012) The experience of a “lady curator”: negotiating curatorial challenges in the Zanzibar Museum. In: Curating Empire: museums and the British Imperial experience. Manchester University Press, Manchester, pp. 122-144. ISBN 9780719085079

Longair, Sarah (2019) Projections of Empire: The architecture of colonial museums in East Africa. In: The MacKenzie Moment: Essays Presented to Professor John M. MacKenzie. Britain and the World . Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

Longair, Sarah (2017) Visions of the global: the classical and the eclectic in colonial East African architecture. Cahiers d'Etudes de l'Afrique de l'Est (51). pp. 161-178. ISSN .

Imperialism

Longair, Sarah (2016) Cracks in the dome: fractured histories of empire in the Zanzibar Museum, 1897–1964. Routledge (previously with Ashgate). ISBN 9781472437877

Longair, Sarah (2018) Reconstructing the lives of professional women in 1930s Zanzibar through image, object and text. In: British women and cultural practices of empire, 1775-1930. Bloomsbury Academic. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

India

Wako, Anthony Kalimungabo and Olweny, Mark (2022) Hidden Histories: Indian Influence on Architecture and Urbanism across the East African Interior. In: CAMEA Adelaide Congress 2021: Migrant Labour and Material Transfer: Politics of construction in the Indian Ocean Rim, 7 - 9 November 2021, Adelaide, Australia.

Jinja

Wako, Anthony Kalimungabo and Olweny, Mark (2022) Hidden Histories: Indian Influence on Architecture and Urbanism across the East African Interior. In: CAMEA Adelaide Congress 2021: Migrant Labour and Material Transfer: Politics of construction in the Indian Ocean Rim, 7 - 9 November 2021, Adelaide, Australia.

Material culture

Longair, Sarah (2018) Reconstructing the lives of professional women in 1930s Zanzibar through image, object and text. In: British women and cultural practices of empire, 1775-1930. Bloomsbury Academic. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

Longair, Sarah (2018) Seats and sites of authority: British colonial collecting on the East African coast. In: Coastal cultures of the long nineteenth century. Edinburgh University Press. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

Longair, Sarah (2018) The "colonial moment" in the lives of objects from the Swahili coast. In: Worlds on the horizon: Swahili arts across the Indian Ocean. Krannert Art Museum / University of Illinois Press, Illinois. ISBN 9781883015497

Museums

Longair, Sarah (2018) Seats and sites of authority: British colonial collecting on the East African coast. In: Coastal cultures of the long nineteenth century. Edinburgh University Press. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

Longair, Sarah (2012) The experience of a “lady curator”: negotiating curatorial challenges in the Zanzibar Museum. In: Curating Empire: museums and the British Imperial experience. Manchester University Press, Manchester, pp. 122-144. ISBN 9780719085079

Postcolonialism

Wako, Anthony Kalimungabo and Olweny, Mark (2022) Hidden Histories: Indian Influence on Architecture and Urbanism across the East African Interior. In: CAMEA Adelaide Congress 2021: Migrant Labour and Material Transfer: Politics of construction in the Indian Ocean Rim, 7 - 9 November 2021, Adelaide, Australia.

Uganda

Olweny, Mark (2020) Uganda: Introduction. In: Architectural Guide to Sub-Saharan Africa. DOM Publishers, Berlin, pp. 135-138. ISBN 9783869224008

Ugandan Asians

Wako, Anthony Kalimungabo and Olweny, Mark (2022) Hidden Histories: Indian Influence on Architecture and Urbanism across the East African Interior. In: CAMEA Adelaide Congress 2021: Migrant Labour and Material Transfer: Politics of construction in the Indian Ocean Rim, 7 - 9 November 2021, Adelaide, Australia.

collecting practices; museums; non-Western objects

Longair, Sarah (2016) Cracks in the dome: fractured histories of empire in the Zanzibar Museum, 1897–1964. Routledge (previously with Ashgate). ISBN 9781472437877

Longair, Sarah (2018) Seats and sites of authority: British colonial collecting on the East African coast. In: Coastal cultures of the long nineteenth century. Edinburgh University Press. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

colonialism

Wako, Anthony Kalimungabo and Olweny, Mark (2022) Hidden Histories: Indian Influence on Architecture and Urbanism across the East African Interior. In: CAMEA Adelaide Congress 2021: Migrant Labour and Material Transfer: Politics of construction in the Indian Ocean Rim, 7 - 9 November 2021, Adelaide, Australia.

curating

Longair, Sarah (2012) The experience of a “lady curator”: negotiating curatorial challenges in the Zanzibar Museum. In: Curating Empire: museums and the British Imperial experience. Manchester University Press, Manchester, pp. 122-144. ISBN 9780719085079

east africa

Longair, Sarah (2012) The experience of a “lady curator”: negotiating curatorial challenges in the Zanzibar Museum. In: Curating Empire: museums and the British Imperial experience. Manchester University Press, Manchester, pp. 122-144. ISBN 9780719085079

gender

Longair, Sarah (2018) Reconstructing the lives of professional women in 1930s Zanzibar through image, object and text. In: British women and cultural practices of empire, 1775-1930. Bloomsbury Academic. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

history of museums

Longair, Sarah (2019) Projections of Empire: The architecture of colonial museums in East Africa. In: The MacKenzie Moment: Essays Presented to Professor John M. MacKenzie. Britain and the World . Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

uganda railway

Wako, Anthony Kalimungabo and Olweny, Mark (2022) Hidden Histories: Indian Influence on Architecture and Urbanism across the East African Interior. In: CAMEA Adelaide Congress 2021: Migrant Labour and Material Transfer: Politics of construction in the Indian Ocean Rim, 7 - 9 November 2021, Adelaide, Australia.

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