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Kate Manzo

Kate Manzo
Kate Manzo is a lecturer in international development. Her research interests are in the related areas of race, nationalism and development. She has written about development theory and the political effects of development in practice. She has also examined the political implications of attitudes towards 'national' development in South Africa, Australia and Britain. Her current research focuses on contemporary slavery in Africa and, more generally, on the politics of human rights and development.

Kate Manzo was on the panel of Climate change: convenient untruths, unacceptable messages? at Donít Shout at the Telly, Change What's on it! in March 2009 and is both acting as a judge and speaking on the panel of the debate on Progress and Sustainability in the 21st Century at Newcastle University Year of Sustainability School debate event on 14th November 2011.

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Selected Publications

Kate Manzo. "Learning to Kick: African Soccer Schools as Carriers of Development". Impumelelo: The Interdisciplinary Electronic Journal of African Sports 2007, 2, 1-13.

Manzo, Kate. "An Extension of Colonialism? Development Education, Images and the Media". The Development Education Journal 2006, 12(2), 9-12.

Manzo, K. Exploiting West Africa's Children: Trafficking, Slavery and Uneven Development. Area 2005, 37(4), 393-401.

Kate Manzo. Modern Slavery, Global Capitalism and Deproletarianisation in West Africa. Review of African Political Economy 2005, 32(106), 521-534.

Manzo, KA. Africa in the rise of rights-based development. Geoforum 2003,34(4), 437-456.

Kate Manzo. Am I an ex-slave?: African political theory and the politics of representation. In: Theory and Event: an online journal of political theory, v.7, issue 1 (2003). 2003.

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Amazon.co.uk: books by Kate Manzo

Kate Manzo's website

Kate Manzo staff page at Newcastle University

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