Tag Archives: Zimbabwe

Secret societies, suffragettes and saplings- some recent additions to the Literature Collection

Real life experiences of American teachers at home and abroad, a romantic triangle, a Cambridge University secret society, educational experiences in post- colonial 1960s Rhodesia and post-Spanish Civil War Barcelona and several ‘grey’ books which are anything but, are all … Continue reading

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The Department of Education in Developing Countries: insights into change

Ooh, I’m a bad blogger. I really meant to give some updates on things I came across in the records of the Colonial Department, but realised the other day that I’ve almost finished with them now, but forgot to write anything. … Continue reading

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