Episode 53: African Sleeping Sickness
Publisher |
Reflecting History
Publication Date |
Mar 11, 2019
Episode Duration |
00:43:48

Colonialism and Imperialism are among the most controversial historical narratives. An outbreak of Sleeping Sickness disease in the Belgian Congo during the early 1900's provides a lens through which to examine the legacy of European Imperialism and the Scramble for Africa. The epidemic brings up interesting questions about the implementation of control by colonial authorities, the use of western medicine in Africa, and the legacy of Imperialism.

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