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by Mahmood Mamdani

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ISBN:
090380400X
Author:
Mahmood Mamdani
Category:
Politics & Government
Language:
English
Publisher:
Pinter Publishers; First Edition edition (November 1, 1973)
Pages:
128 pages
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1572 kb
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1131 kb
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Rating:
4.1
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He is the author of Good Muslim, Bad Muslim and Saviors and Survivors. He lives in New York City. I especially enjoyed the political conclusions Mamdani drew at the end of a couple of chapters - from the impracticality of saving to the need to sacrifice individual interests to gain communal strength.

From Citizen to Refugee: Ugandan Asians Come to Britain (1973). Politics and Class Formation in Uganda (1976). a b c "Professor Mahmood Mamdani, Uganda's Leading Political Scholar & recipient Ugandan Diaspora Award 2012". Imperialism and Fascism in Uganda (1984). Retrieved 21 March 2013.

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Expelled from Uganda by Idi Amin in 1972, Mahmood Mamdani arrived in a cold and overcast London, Mamdani . Mamdani also touches on his personal and intellectual journey since From Citizen to Refugee was first published.

Expelled from Uganda by Idi Amin in 1972, Mahmood Mamdani arrived in a cold and overcast London, Mamdani to join his compatriots in a camp run by the UK government's resettlement board. But it was the Kensington camp, and not Amin's Uganda, which was my first experience of what it would be like to live in a totalitarian society.

Mahmood Mamdani, From citizen to refugee: Ugandan Asians come to Britain, 2nd ed, Cape Town, Dakar .

Mahmood Mamdani, From citizen to refugee: Ugandan Asians come to Britain, 2nd ed, Cape Town, Dakar, Nairobi and Oxford: Pambazuka Press, 2011, 104 pp, paperback, ISBN 978-1-906387-57-0. 722340 ht t p://w w . andfonline. The ruptured social hierarchy in Uganda is replaced by a description of a cold and confusing Britain where Ugandan Asians are seldom afforded any opportunities to redress their misfortunes and the injustices visited upon them by those in power.

Mahmood Mamdani was born in Kampala, Uganda. His previous books include Citizen and Subject and When Victims Become Killers. A political scientist and anthropologist, he is Herbert Lehman Professor of Government and director of the Institute of African Studies at Columbia University. Politics and class formation in Uganda.

With a new introduction by the author, Mahmood Mamdani explores the .

With a new introduction by the author, Mahmood Mamdani explores the theme of political identity the colonial politicization of racial identity and its reproduction after independence that has been the subject of much of his subsequent work. Expelled fr. Specifications.

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A telling and gripping story that will be familiar to refugees and those seeking asylum in Britain, this vivid autobiography is as pertinent today as when it was first published in 1973.

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insightful but too angry to be considered authoritative
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This was a brilliant mixture of political and emotional reflection. It's not only a very compelling account of a 180 days but gives us a window into Mamdani's life at the time. I especially enjoyed the political conclusions Mamdani drew at the end of a couple of chapters - from the impracticality of saving to the need to sacrifice individual interests to gain communal strength. Highly recommended.