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Conversion and Jesuit Schooling in Zambia

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This book contains a grassroots history of schooling as an instrument of Catholic conversion at a Jesuit mission in southern Zambia over a 75 year period. It provides a threefold division of the history dealing with initial cultural contact of the missionaries with the local Tonga. It then outlines the mission's role during Zambia's pre-independence and its possible links to nationalism. The work finally identifies the challenge of being a denominational school in post-independence Zambia.

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