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Global Christianity and the Black Atlantic
Tuskegee, Colonialism, and the Shaping of African Industrial Education

BarnesAndrew E. Barnes
Professor of History at Arizona State University

Many Europeans saw Africa’s colonization as an exhibition of European racial ascendancy. African Christians saw Africa’s subjugation as a demonstration of European technological superiority. If the latter was the case, then the path to Africa’s liberation ran through the development of a competitive African technology.   

 

 

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Studies in World Christianity

This series features original scholarly works focused on particular movements, traditions, ideas or historic episodes in the development of Christianity in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Pacific, and among migrating communities from these regions. Joel Carpenter, Nagel Institute director, is series editor. 

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