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Open Access Indians of Eastern Africa and Colonizations

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The various articles featured in this issue seek to address the crucial questions of the original construction of social belonging identities in the experience of Indian diasporas. It focuses on the Indian communities in Mozambique, from the days of Portuguese colonialism up to the independence period. Moreover, it analyses those that settled in areas on the margins of the Portuguese territories, ruled by German, Belgium, French and British colonial powers. Quelles sont les questions cruciales de la construction initiale des identités et de l'appartenance sociale à travers les expériences des diasporas indiennes ? Ils sont consacrés principalement aux communautés indiennes du Mozambique, depuis l'époque du colonialisme portugais jusqu'à la période de l'indépendance. En outre, le dossier aborde celles qui se sont établies dans des zones situées à la périphérie des territoires portugais et gouvernées par les puissances coloniales allemande, belge, française et britannique. Quais são as questões cruciais da construção original das identidades de pertença social na experiência das diásporas indianas ? O seu destaque incide nas comunidades indianas em Moçambique, desde os tempos da colonização portuguesa até ao período da independência. Além disso, eles fazem uma análise de todas as pessoas que se estabeleceram em áreas nas fronteiras dos territórios portugueses, governadas pelos poderes coloniais alemão, belga, francês e britânico.

Affiliations: 1: Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, Centre d'études des mondes africains; 2: Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão

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2008-08-01
2016-12-07

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