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Noun1.Eurafrican - a person of mixed European and African descent
African - a native or inhabitant of Africa
European - a native or inhabitant of Europe
Adj.1.Eurafrican - relating to or coming from Europe and Africa
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The terms Eurafrican, Euro-African and Anglo-African were supposed to provide a 'more precise indication of familial, cultural, and political affiliation' (p.
Although the Eurafrican project was now described in the language of reciprocity and 'true community between the peoples of Europe and Africa', some familiar imperialist ideas persisted.
Their position was further imbricated by the communal inclusion of Eurafrican Jews who, under specific conditions, could secure white status for their grandchildren.
The chapter argues for the influence of the Jerusalem Temple on the synagogue and the spatial layout of Jodensavanne and pays close attention to how women and Eurafrican Jews used the synagogue's space.
In 2006, the group took over the Allied Bank of Uganda and it will continue to expand in East Africa with the acquisition of Eurafrican Bank in Tanzania.
The follow-up to Brooks's Landlords and Strangers this text covers the progression of Eurafrican culture and economy from the lives of early Portuguese and Luso-African trade middlemen through the changes that took root when French and British colonial officials took control, and on to the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars.
Furthermore, there was a degree less anxiety here about miscegenation, since the French sometimes sent their Eurafrican children to Europe for schooling.
Subject to the authorisation of the relevant supervisory authorities and their respective management bodies, the four banks in the Banque Belgolaise network that are to join the Bank of Africa group are BIA-Togo, The Trust Bank (Ghana), Allied Bank International (Uganda) and Eurafrican Bank (Tanzania).
In this new study, the author examines the multiracial communities of Anglo-Africans, Eurafricans, and Euro-Africans of Nyasaland, Northern Rhodesia, and Southern Rhodesia during colonial rule.