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A textual and visual exploration of how Mozambicans under Portuguese colonial rule were able to resist the colonial identity being forced upon them by the Portuguese; and the extent to which they could hold onto a sense of dignity and claim an identity distinct and independent than that of Portuguese subjects.This exploration will examine Mozambican history as it is presented on the pages of an autobiography, a work of fiction, and a series of photographs written and collected by three Mozambicans from one family.
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Honwana, Nandhi M., "A History of Mozambican Identity as Told by Four Mozambicans" (2016). Senior Projects Spring 2016. 104.