Episode 109: Doing Mozambican History—Dams, Development & Going Digital

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book coverAllen Isaacman (University of Minnesota) discusses his recent Herskovits Award-winning book, Dams, Displacement and the Delusion of Development: Cahora Bassa and its Legacies in Mozambique, 1965-2007, how the work was researched, its significance, and the lives of those disrupted by the dam. He also talks of his long trajectory doing Mozambican history, book series publishing in African studies, ALUKA digital collections, and the future of the African Studies Association.

Note: Part of a podcast series in collaboration with the U.S. African Studies Association.

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