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Reflecting on Eritrean International Women's Day - Awate.com
Saying that Colonialism changed the flight of the world history for the most unattractive is to res publica the obvious. But, historicizing and contextualizing in dictation to realise the activity by which it “essentialised, totalized, and dichotomized” (see Spivak’s work on this) the societies it subjugated, thereby creating an “Other”(with big ‘O’) out of them is one clear way it drawn a mark of detachment from its civilized Western ways. The ‘Other’ is, of course, the indigenous community, one that is in need of civilizing.
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