Query: Master Thesis on 'The United States and Eurafrica Project' (1950-1960s)

Dear scholars, 

As I'm currently just starting my master thesis on 'The United States and the Eurafrica Project' (1950-1960s), I'm looking for ideas about US perception of the project ( How was it documented in US publications for example ? Links/correspondences between African American intellectual and African intellectual). Thus, I was wondering if any of you would have useful recommendations for me. Thank you a lot and all the best, 

Margaux Guigal

The Graduate Institute in Geneva. 

New Open Access Book: Britain, France and the Decolonization of Africa: Future Imperfect?

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Britain, France and the Decolonization of Africa: Future Imperfect?

Edited by Andrew W.M. Smith and Chris Jeppesen

Conference programme: The United Nations and Decolonization after World War II

June 8, 2017

Tulane University, History Department

115 Hebert Hall, Room 125 D

6823 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, USA

 

PROGRAMME

 

9:00h | Opening Remarks

Laura Rosanne Adderley – Tulane University

 

9:30h – 10:50h | Panel I – The United Nations, Trusteeship, and Non-Self-Governing Territories

 

Moderation: Aurora Almada e Santos – New University of Lisbon

 

Jessica Pearson – Macalester College

Conference, 1-2 June: Codrington College, Barbados

THE CORPORATE ATLANTIC

BARBADOS AS A FOCAL POINT FOR MULTINATIONALS
FROM THE 17TH CENTURY TO THE PRESENT

A two-day international, interdisciplinary conference organised by the Centre for the Political Economies of International Commerce (PEIC), University of Kent, in association with the Department of History and Philosophy, The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados Museum and Historical Society, and Codrington College.

Conference, 1-2 June: Codrington College, Barbados

THE CORPORATE ATLANTIC

BARBADOS AS A FOCAL POINT FOR MULTINATIONALS
FROM THE 17TH CENTURY TO THE PRESENT

A two-day international, interdisciplinary conference organised by the Centre for the Political Economies of International Commerce (PEIC), University of Kent, in association with the Department of History and Philosophy, The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados Museum and Historical Society, and Codrington College.

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