Why was colonial historiography baster ed?
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What has the author Lawrence H Leder written?
Lawrence H. Leder has written: 'Some eighteenth-century commentators' -- subject(s): Historiography, History 'The Colonial Legacy Vol. I' 'The colonial legacy' -- subject(s): American loyalists, Historians, Historiography, History 'Robert Livingston, 1654-1728, and the politics of colonial New York. --' -- subject(s): Livingston, Robert, 1654-1728, Politics and government 'Robert Livingston, 1654-1728' 'Historians of nature and man's nature' -- subject(s): Historians, Historiography, History, Indians of North America
What is criticism of colonial historiography?
Some of the criticism of colonial historiography in African context were: I was too bias. Regarded Africa was not a historical continent, only history existed in Africa had an external influences either from Middle East, Far east or Europe. It mainly based on written sources and out of written sources there was no history. Colonial historians put little no no attention on oral sources as a sources of reconstructing history. Also this paradigm, mainly based on guarding Europeans interests in Africa. They were busy to undermined Africa mentally and psychologically so as to accept colonial administration in their countries. colonial historiography also engaged more on explaining cultural, geographical and social. Tried to excluded critical analysis in economic motives which was a puling factor for Europeans in Africa. These are some.
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What does the word baster mean?
A baster is a kitchen utensil used to pick up juices and then dispense them onto a dish. Also, the word Baster is the name of an ethnic group of people living in Namibia. They or shall I say...we are descendants of white Europeans and the Khoisan woman of South Africa. We total about 70 000 in Namibia and there are other Baster people in South Africa.