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Africa Past and Present is hosted by Michigan State University historians Peter Alegi and Peter Limb. It is produced by Matrix -- the Center for Humane Arts, Letters, and Social Sciences Online (http://matrix.msu.edu). Subscribe to the podcast on the web site and on iTunes and other podcatcher sites.

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Episode 47: Gender and Colonialism in Zimbabwe
Episode 47 (January 23rd, 2011) featured: Diana Jeater on Zimbabwe’s colonial history. Focus is on gender and on how culture and access to material resources shaped African lives, and on the role of African languages — and their translation by white settlers — in constructing discourses about morality. Jeater also discusses current work on private archives of Rhodesian expats in the UK, and oral histories of former members of the Rhodesian forces and the British South Africa Police.

See http://afripod.aodl.org/ 
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