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Virtual Nations and Failed States: making sense of the labyrinth more. Over the last decades, sub-Saharan Africa has been depicted as a region where independent states have but for a few exceptions proved incapable of guaranteeing national sovereignty, internal stability and basic services to their Over the last decades, sub-Saharan Africa has been depicted as a region where independent states have but for a few exceptions proved incapable of guaranteeing national sovereignty, internal stability and basic services to their populations. State and nation in their various forms and combinations have remained an integral part of the debate on civil society in Africa on a par with ethnicity and modernity.

The case of Guinea Bissau plainly justifies a reassessment of nationalism and nationhood in the light of popular narratives. By focusing on political and popular meanings and metaphors with regard to state and nation, the present chapter analyzes the shift in discourse from the legitimization and reification of the nation to its fragmentation and present insignificance. Covering a time span from the s to the late s it places events and discourse in a comparative context of political change in Africa, with the aid of published literature, archival and oral sources.

More Info: in: Eric Morier-Genoud ed. Sure Road? The Colonial Encounter Revisited: anthropological and historical perspectives on brokerage more. With the professionalization of anthropology in the inter-war years, its increasing focus on sub -Saharan Africa and the changes occurring in the social sciences after WWII with the emergence of African Studies in the s, the approach The pioneering work by the late Jill Dias on Angola, inspired by the need to understand cross-cultural interaction, negotiation and mediation of fluid identities and practices in the wake of colonial incursions, is highlighted the present essay.

More Info: in: Maria Cardeira da Silva ed. Direct or Indirect Rule? Reconsidering the roles of appointed chiefs and native employees in Portuguese West Africa more. The present article emphasizes the importance of an understanding of the daily functioning of administration, in terms of the negotiated encounter between the different members of the hierarchy at various levels on the one hand, and Acting as interpreters, informants and intermediaries, administrative guards or sepoys formed part of these multifaceted, indigenous and hybrid networks, and straddled a number of boundaries and institutions.

With the aid of archival sources, the present essay cast new light on these actors and their actions in the largely neglected context of the Portuguese empire in West Africa, during the crucial phase of colonial rule from the s to the s. More Info: in: Africana Studia, 15, The question of brokerage is fundamental for an understanding of the complex social, political, economic and cultural contexts of the proto- and colonial periods.

In the case of West Africa, 'ethnic' and 'hybrid' communities acted as In the case of the Guinea Bissau region, christianised communities such as the Kriston stand out as important brokers in the riverine relay trade. During the transition from the slave to the crop export trade during the 19th century, the question of land and access to it became a source of tension and conflict.

Based upon hitherto unpublished material, the present essay focuses upon the complex relations they maintained with the colonial administration and rural communities, providing fresh insights into a crucial period from the late nineteenth to the first decades of the twentieth century as Portuguese colonial rule imposed itself on African societies. Journal Name: Economia e Sociologia, 85, Its implementation occurred just as Its implementation occurred just as Portugal was seeking to dominate African societies by military means. The present chapter shows that tax collection was one the principal vectors of governance characterised by political expediency and personal interests.

The dilution and fragmentation of ethnic identities and intra-ethnic rivalries did not lead to reforms in the absence of a political consensus. The anti-colonial war would eventually confront colonial and metropolitan administration with the consequences of their negligence.

Over the past decades Afro-Atlantic ports have received increasing attention from historians and economists. However, on the whole they have mainly been However, on the whole they have mainly been studied from a historical angle, to the detriment of anthropological approaches. From the s to the late s when the trade in slaves and local produce intensifies, the town of Cacheu became the principal port of call on the Guinea coast.

Based on unpublished sources, the chapter sketches the gendered dynamics of inter-ethnic and Afro-Atlantic relations the powerful images of female personhood that amanate from these fringes of empire. The present chapter takes a closer look at the impact of the transition from the trans-Atlantic slave trade to legitimate commerce in nineteenth century 'Portuguese Guinea' on the West-African coast. Based upon published and archival In particular, two powerful women traders who left indelible marks on the region, by tracing their careers, life styles, fortunes, kinship relations, and partnerships.

Particular attention is given to the political and economic changes that transformed these African women - but excluding many others - from enemies into allies of Portuguese interests in the region. MIller eds. View on ohioswallow. Bibiana Vaz more. Bibiana Vaz formed part of the Christianized or Kriston community of the town of Cacheu on the Upper Guinea Coast in the seventeenth century, trading with the peoples of the region in slaves, beeswax, ivory, hides, and kola nuts in As the most prominent member of the Vaz trade lineage, she led a rebellion against the Portuguese authorities in Cacheu, deposing the governor.

The triumvirate which ruled with her patronage, claimed Cacheu as a free trade zone while excluding Portuguese interests from trading directly with African suppliers. Taken prisoner, she was deported to the Cape Verde islands, but subsequently pardoned on account of the skillful use of her influence in coastal networks, which made her indispensable for brokering the settlement of ongoing conflicts.

Rosa de Carvalho Alvarenga more. She would She would become one of the most powerful and wealthy slave traders during the first half of the nineteenth century. Married to a Capeverdean official, Nha Rosa would establish herself as the head of a trading lineage as well as pioneering commercial rice cultivation in the region. Her kin ties with African societies and Cape Verde's creole communities.


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Location: DOI: Dictionary of African Biography, Publisher: Oxford University Press. Her career would span decades and illustrates the transition from the slave to the legitimate trade. Educated in a local Educated in a local Kriston community along the coast, she would marry a Capeverdean official and slave trader, their affairs being closely watched by British anti-slavery patrols.

Pioneering the cultivation of peanuts in Portuguese Guinea, she would become one of the most influential planters and exporters during the peanut boom, while brokering deals and treaties with local ruling lineages. Her descendants would continue her trading lineage, which continues to the present day and is preserved in oral traditions. The Atlantic Ocean, transcending national boundaries as it does, has long been seen as a pivotal site for understanding the way in which local and regional economies and cultural frameworks gradually became integrated into a global system The Atlantic Ocean, transcending national boundaries as it does, has long been seen as a pivotal site for understanding the way in which local and regional economies and cultural frameworks gradually became integrated into a global system during the early modern era.

A key concept that has brought new insight to the study of transnationalism is that of brokerage. Brokers are people who link up different worlds and are at ease in a variety of cultural settings; they have a flexibility of outlook and cultural identification. Brokerage can explain and add nuance to the multiple cultural worlds and intense trade characteristics of the regions of West Africa. Havik with Toby Green , in: Toby Green ed. Kriol without Creoles: Afro-Atlantic connections in the Guinea Bissau region 16th to 20th centuries more.

So far, relatively little has been written about the cultural So far, relatively little has been written about the cultural history of this fascinating Afro-Atlantic mosaic and of the Creole vernaculars that characterize it. The present chapter addresses the emergence of Creole vernaculars in the Guinea Bissau region against the background of the formation of hybrid social groups and cross-cultural interactions triggered by the Afro-Atlantic encounters. In doing so, it intends to provide a historical perspective upon the way these vernaculars provide insights into the ongoing re negotiation of local narratives, identities and practices as they were represented in written - and mostly locally produced - sources from the sixteenth to the twentieth centuries.

View on palgrave. Motorcars and Modernity: pining for progress in Portuguese Guinea, more. Until its military occupation in , the territory allocated to Portugal at the Berlin Conference approximately the size of the Netherlands, i. The first stretches of road — about 70 km — were built during the pacification campaign in the North of the territory to facilitate the movement of troops and equipment.

In the s an ambitious road-building scheme was implemented which by the end of the decade amounted to almost kms of a hardened surface network. However, thereafter little was added to the network and plans for a railway line were shelved. In addition, a large part of the network remained inaccessible during the rainy season, and a significant number of vehicles in the small car pool were out of action for long periods of time or abandoned due to a lack of maintenance and spare parts. Apesar destes programas The Port of Geba: at the crossroads of Afro Atlantic trade and culture more.

Over a period of four centuries the port of Geba, in the Guinea Bissau region in West Africa, constituted one of the main bargaining counters between two political and economic spaces, i. The port formed the lynchpin of the barter trade in which slaves, gold, hides and ivory were exchanged for iron bars, textiles, salt and kola nuts.

From its establishment in the sixteenth century to its demise in the second half of the s, it was the principal Afro-Atlantic port in the region where the caravans run by djilas, i. The present article wishes to fill the gap by tracing the social history and anthropology of the trade settlement from the s to the early s in a regional context, whilst discussing the narratives on different social actors and groups reproduced by published and archival sources.

Publication Name: in: Mande Studies, 9, Female Entrepreneurship in a Changing Environment: gender, kinship and trade in the Guinea Bissau region more. The introduction of Structural Adjustment Programmes SAP in sub-Saharan Africa during the s, revived interest in trade, bringing to the fore a whole range of issues, that - through no merit of the programme itself - firmly put the The introduction of Structural Adjustment Programmes SAP in sub-Saharan Africa during the s, revived interest in trade, bringing to the fore a whole range of issues, that - through no merit of the programme itself - firmly put the question of entrepreneurship on the academic agenda.

The link between gender and trade has since gained greater emphasis, not in the least because the former was sidelined into WID programmes whilst street and market vending was excluded from SAP funding. The present paper argues that relations based upon gender, kinship and age are essential to an analysis of entrepreneurship that goes beyond market based models.

More Info: in: C. Ganesh eds. Book Reviews. The study by Filipa Ribeiro da Silva on the Dutch and Portuguese presence in Western Africa fills a number of important lacuna in the historiography of the region and its links with the Atlantic. Its focus on the role of Dutch and Its focus on the role of Dutch and Portuguese merchants and trade companies in the trans-Atlantic and regional slave and commodity trade in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries provides new insights into maritime empires, their organisation, agency and interaction with African suppliers.

Rather than depicting these empires as rivals in a growing world system, the author looks at their entanglement, by means of the commercial and personal connections between them. As a result, the study ventures into new territory by deconstructing the idea of the rise of Dutch maritime ventures in the Atlantic being associated with the demise of those undertaken by their Portuguese counterparts. Tobias O. More Info: in: Journal of African History, 54, 2, Havik, Silences and Soundbytes: the gendered dynamics of trade and brokerage in the precolonial Guinea Bissau region more.

Multidisciplinary and Africa Today. View on inscribe. Joshua B. More Info: in: H-Africa www. George E. More Info: in: Cadernos de Estudos Africanos, 27, African Studies , Biography , and Lusophone Africa. Conference Presentations.

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Innovating Academia and Inspiring People. Jill R. The present biographical sketch focuses on the career of Jill R. Throughout her career she maintained a strong relationship with her students and introduced innovative approaches to teaching and research on African history, economic and social history, the history of anthropology, the anthropology of development, and colonialism and post-colonialism. Metropolitan Kiprian Metropolitan Fotius The Strigolniks Metropolitan Isidore and the Council of Florence Metropolitan Jonah Metropolitan Theodosius Metropolitan Filipp I Church Development Sergei of Radonezh Solovetski Monastery Expansion of Monasteries Morality and National Life Religious Education Metropolitan Geronti Joseph Volotzki, the Judaizers and Metropolitan Zosima Metropolitan Simon Metropolitan Varlaam Moscow — The Third Rome Elder Nil of Sor Maksim the Greek Metropolitan Daniel Metropolitan Joasaf Metropolitan Makari and the Hundred-Chapters Council Abbot Artemie Metropolitan Afanasi Metropolitan Filipp II Metropolitan Kirill IV Metropolitan Dionysei The Anti-Trinitarian Movement The Saints of Moscovite Russia Expansion of Russian Orthodoxy Ecclesiastical and Monastic Conditions Moral Condition of the People The Domostroi Elders and Mystics.

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Always enjoy all the readings, and the gallery of photos. I wish that somehow, someway, the "white russians" can oneday unite together. There are so many of us scattered around the world, and we are all bound under our Orthodox Faith. The secularisation of the Republic constituted one of the main actions to be taken in the political agenda of the Portuguese Republican Party and the Freemasonry.

Monarchists in a last-ditch effort sought to outflank the republicans by enacting anticlerical measures of their own, even enacting a severe restriction on the Jesuits on the day before the revolution. The religious oath and other religious elements found in the statutes of the University of Coimbra were abolished, and matriculations into first year of the Theology Faculty were cancelled, as were places in the Canon law course, suppressing the teaching of Christian doctrine. Religious holidays turned into working days, keeping however the Sunday as a resting day for labour reasons.

As well as that, the Armed forces were forbidden from participating in religious solemn events. Divorce and family laws were approved which considered marriage as a "purely civil contract" [] []. Bishops were persecuted, expelled or suspended from their activities in the course of the secularisation. All but one were driven from their dioceses. In response to the several anticlerical decrees, Portuguese bishops launched a collective pastoral defending the Church's doctrine, but its reading was prohibited by the government.

This resulted in him being called to Lisbon by Afonso Costa, where he was stripped from his ecclesiastic functions. The secularisation peaked with the Law of Separation of the State and the Church on 20 April , [] with a large acceptance by the revolutionaries. The law was only promulgated by the Assembly in , but its implementation was immediate after the publishing of the decree. The Portuguese Church tried to respond, classifying the law as "injustice, oppression, spoliation and mockery", but without success. Afonso Costa even predicted the eradication of Catholicism in the space of three generations.

On 24 May , Pope Pius X issued the encyclical Iamdudum which condemned the anticlericals for their deprivation of religious civil liberties and the "incredible series of excesses and crimes which has been enacted in Portugal for the oppression of the Church. A major concern of the new republican government was recognition by other nations. In , the vast majority of European states were monarchies.

Only France , Switzerland and San Marino were republics. For this reason, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Provisional Government, Bernardino Machado , directed his agenda exercising extreme prudence, [] leading him, on 9 October , to communicate to diplomatic representatives in Portugal that the Provisional Government would honour all the international commitments assumed by the previous regime. Since marshal Hermes da Fonseca personally witnessed the full process of transition of the regime, having arrived in Portugal on an official visit when the country was still a monarchy and left when it was a republic, [] it is not unusual that Brazil was the first country to recognise de jure the new Portuguese political regime.

On 22 October the Brazilian government declared that "Brazil will do all that is possible for the happiness of the noble Portuguese Nation and its Government, and for the prosperity of the new Republic". Less than a month after the revolution, on 10 November , the British government recognised de facto the Portuguese Republic, manifesting "the liveliest wish of His Britannic Majesty to maintain friendly relations" with Portugal. However, de jure recognition of the new regime only emerged after the approval of the Constitution and the election of the President of the Republic.

The French Republic was the first to do it on 24 August , [] day of the election of the first president of the Portuguese Republic. Owing to the tensions created between the young Republic and the Catholic Church , interaction with the Holy See was suspended, and the Holy See did not recognise the Portuguese Republic until 29 June From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Date 3—5 October Location Portugal. Main article: British Ultimatum.

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