Selected Readings

Ampene, Kwasi. (2014). Engaging Modernity: Asante in the twenty-first century. University of Michigan.

Askew, Kelly. (2002). Performing the nation: Swahili music and cultural politics in Tanzania. University of Chicago Press.

Baron, Jaimie. (2014). “Introduction: History, the archive, and the appropriation of the indexical document.” The archive effect: Found footage and the audiovisual experience of history. Routledge.

Blouin, Francis X., Jr., and William G. Rosenberg, eds. (2006).  Archives, documentation, and social memory: Essays from the Sawyer Seminar. University of Michigan.

Ekotto, Frieda and Adeline Koh, eds. (2009). Rethinking third cinema: the role of anti-colonial media and aesthetics in postmodernity. Lit.

Harris, Verne. (2002). “The archival sliver: power, memory, and archives in South Africa.” Archival Science 2.

Hedstrom, Margaret. (2010). “Archives and collective memory: More than a metaphor, less than an analogy.” Currents of archival thinking. Libraries Unlimited.

Mandair, Arvind-Pal S. (2009). “Mono-theo-lingualism: Religion, language, and subjectivity in colonial North India.” Religion and the specter of the west: Sikhism, India, postcoloniality, and the politics of translation. Columbia University Press.

Stoler, Ann Laura. (2002). “Colonial archives and the arts of governance.” Archival Science 2.