- Title Pages
- Figures and tables
- General editor's introduction
Chapter OneFrom dead end to new lease of life: development in South-Eastern Tanganyika from the late 1930s to the 1950s
Chapter TwoDeveloping ‘Portuguese Africa’ in late colonialism: confronting discourses 1
Chapter ThreeA history of maendeleo: the concept of ‘development’ in Tanganyika's late colonial public sphere
Chapter FourThe ‘private’ face of African development planning during the Second World War 1
Chapter FiveEcological concepts of development? The case of colonial Zambia
Chapter SixDeveloping rural Africa: rural development discourse in colonial Zimbabwe, 1944–79
Chapter SevenThe tractor as a tool of development? The mythologies and legacies of mechanised tropical agriculture in French Africa, 1944 –56
Chapter EightFrom precondition to goal of development: health and medicine in the planning and politics of British Tanganyika
Chapter Nine‘Keystone of progress’ and mise en valeur d'ensemble: British and French colonial discourses on education for development in the interwar period
Chapter TenDevelopment and education in British colonial Nigeria, 1940–55
Chapter ElevenMotherhood, morality, and social order: gender and development discourse and practice in late colonial Africa
Chapter TwelveThe World the Portuguese developed: racial politics, luso-tropicalism and development discourse in late Portuguese colonialism 1
Chapter ThirteenThe notion of ‘développement’ in French colonial discourses: changes in discursive practices and their social implications 1
Chapter FourteenDeveloping Africa in the colonial imagination: European and African narrative writing of the interwar period 1
Epilogue: taking stock, looking ahead
- Developing Africa
- Manchester University Press
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