- Title Pages
- 1 Representing Africa
- 2 Putting images into (e)motion: representing Africa through suffering
- 3 Africa–Britain: a short history
- 4 Africa campaigning in the framing: from abolition to Make Poverty History
- 5 Africa and the search for Britishness
- 6 Britishness and the search for Africa
- 7 Representing Africa through the commodity
- 8 The Year of Africa
- 9 Conclusion
- The African presence
- Manchester University Press
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