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775 Univ Online Talks: Dr Natalya Benkhaled-Vince

Dr Natalya Benkhaled-VinceIn the 1960s, radical activists worldwide challenged societal norms, opposing the Vietnam War and championing figures like Che Guevara. However, these protests varied across regions, occurring amidst Cold War divisions and in both colonial powers and newly independent nations. While Western counter-cultural movements differed from African student activism, which often protested post-colonial politics while aiding infrastructure development.

In this 775 Univ Online Talk, Dr Natalya Benkhaled-Vince explored these events, focusing on students from Algeria and including examples from Tunisia and Senegal. Watch the recorded lecture below:


Published: 11 June 2024

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