3 edition of From citizen to refugee: Uganda Asians come to Britain. found in the catalog.
From citizen to refugee: Uganda Asians come to Britain.
by Frances Pinter (Publishers) Ltd in London
|LC Classifications||DT433.242 .D3 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||127|
|LC Control Number||74163103|
In From Citizen to Refugee, Mamdani analyzed the precarious condition of Asians in post-independence Uganda and the ambivalent existence of those who found themselves transplanted to Britain. Written in a London resettlement camp, this book was part memoir and part polemic. Surprisingly, its main target was not Amin, but the British government. Citizen and Subject – Contemporary Africa and the Legacy of Late Colonialism (Princeton Studies in Culture/Power/History) Paperback From Citizen to Refugee: Uganda Asians Come to Britain.
, when the government of Uganda announced the return of properties to its ex-Uganda Asian owners, the question arose with a poignancy reminiscent of It is my reflections on this issue, that of minority rights and majority aspirations-as concretely illustrated by the history of Uganda Asians-that I would like to share with the reader. Mahmood Mamdani, From Citizen to Refugee: Ugandan Asians Come to Britain (London, ). Rakefet, Zalashik and Nadav Davidovitch, ‘Measuring adaptability: psychological examinations of Jewish detainees in Cyprus internment .
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From Citizen to Refugee. Forty years after the expulsion of Asians from Uganda, this vivid account interweaves gripping personal stories with an examination of Uganda's colonial history, the evolution of post-independence politics and the politicisation of racial identity.
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From citizen to refugee: Uganda Asians come to Britain. [Mahmood Mamdani] -- In a gripping personal account of the Asians' last days in Uganda following their expulsion by Idi Amin inthis book interweaves an examination of the country's colonial history with the.
Background. The presence of South Asians in Uganda was the result of deliberate choices by the British administration (–).
They were brought to the Uganda Protectorate by the British to "serve as a buffer between Europeans and Africans in the middle rungs of commerce and administration".
In addition, in the s, 32, labourers from British India were brought to. In his book From Citizen to Refugee, recently re-issued, Mahmood Mamdani went beyond easy explanations to understand the implications of Idi Amin's decision to expel Uganda’s Asian population.
Written when Mamdani, himself a Ugandan Asian, was in a refugee transit camp in London, the book is a refugee’s story. This extract is taken from Mahmood Mamdani's 'From Citizen to Refugee: Uganda Asians come to Britain' published by Pambazuka Press (ISBN.
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by Mamdani, Mahmood (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.2/5(2). From Citizen to Refugee: Uganda Asians Come to Britain. (10 ratings by this book interweaves an examination of the country s colonial history with the subsequent evolution of postindependence politics.
A telling and gripping story that will be familiar to refugees and those seeking asylum in Britain, this vivid autobiography is as /5(10). *From the publisher:* A vivid account of Idi Amin’s expulsion of the Uganda Asians and their experiences in refugee camps in Britain.
Mamdani interweaves gripping personal stories with an examination of Uganda’s colonial history, the subsequent evolution of post-independence politics and the politicisation of racial identity.
This book can be found in: Politics, Society & Education > Society & culture > Social issues & processes > Refugees & political asylum zoom From Citizen to Refugee: Uganda Asians Come to Britain (Paperback)Book Edition: 2nd Ed.
In From Citizen to Refugee: Uganda Asians Come to Britain Mamdani offers portraits of people reduced to a vegetative existence in refugee camps, feeling the burden of not being fluent in English and struggling with the uncomfortably cold weather.
Not surprisingly, these few months played a pivotal role in shaping Mamdani’s theoretical and. Ugandan Asians in Great Britain: forced migration and social absorption. London: C. Helm. ISBN OCLC Mamdani, Mahmood ().
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