‘Mad Bull’ Hitler: Communicating the World War to a Black audience in colonial Zambia
On the commemoration in Germany of Anton Wilhelm Amo
Being Black in Europe
Colonial memory and the social role of history
In the momentum of the Black Lives Matter protests, cities around the world have been challenged to remove commemorative statues recalling their colonial or slaveholding pasts. EUI history researcher Daphné Budasz examines these controversies through a reflection on commemoration, national identity and the social role of history.