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Elena Vezzadini <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Institut des Mondes Africains (IMAF) Paris Malher
My research interests have long been on the modern history of the Sudan. In relation to that country, I work on nationalism, labour, education, slavery, racial relations, archival studies, post-colonial theory, in particular applied to colonial Sudan. My PhD, completed in 2008, has been on the social history of early nationalism in Sudan and the 1924 Revolution. I studied at the University of Bologna, University of Artois, and Bergen University. I learned Arabic in Tunis, Khartoum and Bergen.
I have taught a variety of courses since 2006, from African History to Modern History of the Middle East, to introduction to Postcolonial Studies. I taught in Bologna, Macerata and Bergen universities.
I am the author of "Lost Nationalism, Revolution, Memory and Anticolonial Resistance in Sudan", published by James Currey in 2015. For this book, I have won the Betwhell Ogot prize of the African Studies Association in 2016.
For an updated list of publications, see here:
|Address:||IMAf, 9 rue Malher
|List Affiliations:||List Editor for H-Africa
|Interests:||African History / Studies
Colonial and Post-Colonial History / Studies
Labor History / Studies
Middle East History / Studies
Social History / Studies
World History / Studies
Post-doc 2011: EHESS, CEAf
PhD 2008 University of Bergen, Norway, on the history of Nationalism in Colonial Sudan
MA 2002 Université d'Artois, France, on French African Literature
MA 2001 University of Bologna, Italy, on Modern History, Specialization African History