Secret files from the British colonial archive were either destroyed or locked away for decades after the fall of empire. Now scholars, like UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Kaden Paulson-Smith (Democracy and Justice Studies), are digging up what they tried to bury. Read Prof. Paulson-Smith’s latest article about how colonial policing was used for counterinsurgency and how East African workers resisted exploitation and surveillance.
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9 Jan, 2020