• Denise Dalla Colletta
4. term, Global Refugee Studies, Master (Master Programme)
This thesis uses a post-colonial theoretical approach to explore how a contemporary form of colonial discourse unfolds in the upcoming displacement of people from the Sundy community in Principe Island, Sao Tome and Principe. It also examines how this discourse is subverted by this community, marking evidence of agency of this colonized group using as analytical tools such as colonial discourse theory and a spatial and gender perspective, and concepts of neo-colonialism, appropriation and place.
Publication date15 Aug 2015
Number of pages75
ID: 284860299