Query: Amilcar Cabral's Angola reports

Hi,

I'm wondering if anyone has information regarding how to locate the 9 agricultural reports on Angola written by Amilcar Cabral with others in the 1950s (listed below). These were soil maps mostly for sugar and coffee plantations. They are listed in the 1988 IICT edited collection of Cabral's agronomic works, but not re-printed there. And the reports are not listed in any library catalog that I can find. I would be grateful to know if anyone has heard of or seen copies anywhere, or any suggestions of who to contact or where to look.

Many kind regards,

Aharon
 

Coffee Web: Remapping the Movements of People, Objects, and Knowledge across Asia-Pacific, Iijima Mariko, Sophia U., May 29th

Sophia University Institute of Comparative Culture Lecture Series 2017
 
Coffee Web: Remapping the Movements of People, Objects, and Knowledge across Asia-Pacific

Programa Hablemos de Historia, con William van Norman

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Este próximo jueves 11 de mayo a las 15 horas GTM (+1) tendrá lugar la emisión del programa Hablemos de Historia en el que conversaremos con William C. van Norman de la James Madison University (Estados Unidos) sobre su libro "Shade Grown Slavery. The Lives of Slaves on Coffee Platantions in Cuba".

CFP: Eating Anatolia: Remembered Histories and Forgotten Foods

Eating Anatolia: Remembered Histories and Forgotten Foods

“First we eat, then we do everything else.”  - MFK Fisher

Koç University’s department of Archeology and History of Art is pleased to announce “Eating Anatolia: Remembered Histories and Forgotten Foods,” its second annual Graduate Student Symposium, May 3rd, 2014 in Istanbul, Turkey.

Eating Anatolia: Remembered Histories and Forgotten Foods

Eating Anatolia: Remembered Histories and Forgotten Foods

“First we eat, then we do everything else.”  - MFK Fisher

Koç University’s department of Archaeology and History of Art is pleased to announce “Eating Anatolia: Remembered Histories and Forgotten Foods,” its second annual Graduate Student Symposium, May 3rd, 2014 in Istanbul, Turkey.

CFP - Eating Anatolia: Remembered Histories and Forgotten Foods

Eating Anatolia: Remembered Histories and Forgotten Foods

“First we eat, then we do everything else.”  - MFK Fisher

Koç University’s department of Archaeology and History of Art is pleased to announce “Eating Anatolia: Remembered Histories and Forgotten Foods,” its second annual Graduate Student Symposium, May 3rd, 2014 in Istanbul, Turkey.

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