Knowledge Production in Colonial and Post-colonial History

In association with the ‘Comparing the Copperbelt’ ERC funded project.

Christian Müller (Nottingham Ningbo): ‘The Colonial Guardians of Slavery? The Problem of Forced Labour and Inter-imperial Knowledge Transfer Under the League of Nations, 1919-1937’

Miguel Bandeira Jerónimo (Coimbra, Portugal): ‘The Labours of Colonial Cooperation: Interimperial Organisations and the Questions of Labour and Welfare in the 1950s’

Amandine Lauró (Université libre de Bruxelles): ‘‘The British, the French and Even the Russians Use These Methods’: Psychology, Mental Testing and (Trans)imperial Dynamics of Expertise Production in Late Colonial Congo’

Miles Larmer (St Antony’s, Oxford): ‘‘Decolonising’ Knowledge Production in Central Africa’s Mining Towns Before and After Independence’