Welcome to “Colonial Mimesis in Lusophone Asia and Africa”

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Colonialism is conventionally understood as a violent intrusion into the lives, cultures, and societies of the indigenous people in the extra-European world. From this perspective, a definitional feature of European colonization practically since the sixteenth century has been the effort put into drastically transforming the indigenous ways of life according to the cultural norms and social principles of the colonizers. Cover of "La Diffeza di la Razza", II, 19, 20 March 1939 – XVII, “Antira...

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