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On these pages, students of the course Negotiating Power In Africa can add stories and multimedia content to the Understanding the Congo Crisis website. Published content by other students is also visible on this page.

Team projects

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Negotiating Power Student Projects

Presenting Patrice Lumumba: an Introduction

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Negotiating Power Student Projects

Mobutu: The Practice and Reception of Power

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Negotiating Power Student Projects

Conflict, Chaos and the Cold War: The UN and the Congo Crisis

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Lumumba and art

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Lumumba: Reflection

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Lumumba as a symbol for Pan-Africanism

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Lumumba the Political-Actor

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Lumumba: Bibliography

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Introduction

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In Conclusion…

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Mobutu in Congolese Art

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Bibliography

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Authenticité, Mobutism and Art

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The Politics of Legitimation under Mobutu

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Mobutu in the Background

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Mobutu’s Ascension to Power

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Mobutu and the Legacy of the UN

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The Relationship Between Art and History

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References

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The UN and the Congo Crisis

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The Foire Refugee Camp

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The End of the Katangan Secession

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The Death of Dag Hammarskjöld

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The Women’s Protest in Katanga

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The Appeal to the UN

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