By Christoph Kohl
Despite excessive levels of cultural and ethnic range in addition to triumphing political instability, Guinea-Bissau's inhabitants has built a robust experience of nationwide belonging. through analyzing either modern and ancient views, A Creole Nation explores how creole identification, tradition, and political leaders have inspired postcolonial nation-building strategies in Guinea-Bissau, and the ways that the phenomenon of cultural creolization ends up in the emergence of recent identities.
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A Creole Nation: National Integration in Guinea-Bissau by Christoph Kohl