Native Colonialism: Education and the Economy of Violence Against Tradition in Ethiopia
Native Colonialism examines the cause and consequence of native colonialism, the process whereby a country colonises itself with foreign institutions and ideals. The book draws its evidence from a variety of Ethiopian sources that have rarely been studied or utilised in academic research. It provides never-before seen interpretations of indigenous sources of knowledge and features ground breaking empirical research on traditional and modern schools in the county, as well as interviews with students, teachers and traditional leaders.
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