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Tariq, Syma.  ‘Partitioned Listening 001: ‘You trust your memories?’’. The Contemporary Journal 3 (May 2020). [https://thecontemporaryjournal.org/issues/sonic-continuum/partitioned-listening-001-you-trust-your-memories]

‘Partitioned Listening 002: ‘We shall witness’’. The Contemporary Journal 3 (July 2020). [https://thecontemporaryjournal.org/issues/sonic-continuum/partitioned-listening-002-we-shall-witness]

Bennett, Alison. ‘Diplomatic Gifts: Rethinking Colonial Politics in Uganda through Objects.’  History in Africa, 45, 193-220. [https://doi.org/10.1017/hia.2018.5]

Marmon, Brooks. ‘From Dreams of Dominion to Aspirations for a New Africa: Ahrn Palley’s Political Re-invention in Southern Rhodesia, 1959–1961.’ Journal of Southern African Studies, 45:3, 485-501. [https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2019.1625011]

Bennett, Samuel. 2018. ‘Constructions of Migrant Integration in British Public Discourse: Becoming British’


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