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Decolonization

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Article Ana Antić (2022)
Decolonizing madness? Transcultural psychiatry, international order and birth of a ‘global psyche’ in the aftermath of the Second World War. Journal of Global History (pp. 20-41). (/isis/citation/CBB339877610/) unapi

Book Pierre-Philippe Fraiture (2021)
Past Imperfect: Time and African Decolonization, 1945-1960. (/isis/citation/CBB801245499/) unapi

Article Rachel Adams (2021)
Can artificial intelligence be decolonized?. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews (pp. 176-197). (/isis/citation/CBB237800539/) unapi

Essay Review Afolarin Awodiya (2021)
Africanization versus transculturalism: Examples from history. History of Psychiatry. (/isis/citation/CBB450076925/) unapi

Article Pablo León-Aguinaga; Lorenzo Delgado Gómez-Escalonilla (2021)
The deployment of US military assistance to Spain in the 1950s: limited modernisation and strategic dependence. Cold War History (pp. 55-70). (/isis/citation/CBB252299706/) unapi

Thesis Tyler David Morgenstern (2021)
Colonial Recursion and Decolonial Maneuver in the Cybernetic Diaspora. (/isis/citation/CBB527576201/) unapi

Article Thomas William Shillam (2020)
Shattering the ‘looking-glass world’: the Congress for Cultural Freedom in South Asia, 1951–55. Cold War History (pp. 441-459). (/isis/citation/CBB779071243/) unapi

Article Reetta Humalajoki (2020)
Tearing down the ‘buckskin curtain’: domestic policy-making and Indigenous intellectuals in the Cold War United States and Canada. Cold War History (pp. 223-242). (/isis/citation/CBB190948130/) unapi

Article Camille Robcis (2020)
Frantz Fanon, Institutional Psychotherapy, and the Decolonization of Psychiatry. Journal of the History of Ideas (pp. 303-325). (/isis/citation/CBB585231913/) unapi

Article Sarah Cook Runcie (2020)
From Malaria Eradication to Basic Health Services: Decolonization and Public Health Futures in 1960s Cameroon. International Journal of African Historical Studies (pp. 27-45). (/isis/citation/CBB247318304/) unapi

Article Projit Bihari Mukharji (2020)
Bloodworlds: A Hematology of the 1952 Indo-Australian Genetical Survey of the Chenchus. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences (pp. 525-553). (/isis/citation/CBB663776469/) unapi

Book Yolana Pringle (2018)
Psychiatry and Decolonisation in Uganda. (/isis/citation/CBB286658525/) unapi

Article René Collignon (2018)
Henri Collomb and the emergence of a psychiatry open to otherness through interdisciplinary dialogue in post-independence Dakar. History of Psychiatry (pp. 350-362). (/isis/citation/CBB229127882/) unapi

Article Josie Gill (2018)
Decolonizing Literature and Science. Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology (pp. 283-288). (/isis/citation/CBB161513314/) unapi

Book Michitake Aso (2018)
Rubber and the Making of Vietnam: An Ecological History, 1897–1975. (/isis/citation/CBB827064585/) unapi

Book Noémi Tousignant (2018)
Edges of Exposure: Toxicology and the Problem of Capacity in Postcolonial Senegal. (/isis/citation/CBB373364392/) unapi

Article Sabina Widmer (2018)
Neutrality challenged in a cold war conflict: Switzerland, the International Committee of the Red Cross, and the Angolan War. Cold War History (pp. 203-220). (/isis/citation/CBB560772743/) unapi

Article Nokuthula Hlabangane (2018)
Can a Methodology Subvert the Logics of its Principal? Decolonial Meditations. Perspectives on Science (pp. 658-693). (/isis/citation/CBB850243377/) unapi

Article Jennifer Johnson (2018)
The Origins of Family Planning in Tunisia: Reform, Public Health, and International Aid. Bulletin of the History of Medicine (pp. 664-693). (/isis/citation/CBB662781842/) unapi

Book Mizuno, Hiromi; Dimoia, John; Moore, Aaron Stephen (2018)
Engineering Asia: technology, colonial development, and the Cold War order. (/isis/citation/CBB541712836/) unapi

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