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Negotiating the German Democratic Republic: Angolan student migration during the Cold War, 1976–90
Africa - Journal of the International African Institute
AbstractThis article traces the experiences of Angolan students who attended East German institutions of higher education between Angolan independence and the fall of the Berlin Wall. Based on oral histories collected in Luanda from twenty-one returned Angolan students in 2015, triangulated with archival material from Angola and the GDR, it argues that students negotiated between accommodation and resistance in their everyday life at the university and beyond. Conscious of the importance ofdoi:10.1017/s0001972018000955 fatcat:br5iqqzdnfdsfcfclfytlwrqqy