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Author: Robert Papstein
ISBN: 0932415636
Subcategory: Africa
Pages 169 pages
Publisher Red Sea Pr (August 1, 1990)
Language English
Category: Travel
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Eritrea: Revolution at Dusk. Photographs and text by Robert Papstein. Africa World Press – Red Sea Press, 1991 Out of Print. Pages: 169, black and white images 28 x 21 cm, softbound. In addition to the military struggle, which was creating an unprecedented Eritrean national identity among Christians, Muslims and the 9 Eritrean ethnicities, the Eritrean Liberation Front was conducting the most unique social revolution in modern African history based on the principles of social justice, self-reliance and gender equality. Eritrea: Revolution at Dusk, photographed between 1985-1991, tells the story of this remarkable achievement.

Eritrea: Revolution at Dusk : A Pictorial Rendering. Photographs of Eritrea before and after liberation. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780932415646. Release Date:October 1991.

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Revolution at Dusk (1990) by Robert Papstein. During the 1990s Robert Papstein was my professor at the Free University in Amsterdam. As a teacher he introduced me to the books Global Rift by Leften Stavros Stavrianos and The Making of Contemporary Africa. Papstein stimulated me to go and study abroad. First we tried to start an exchange program with the Addis Abeba University which didn't work out because of student protest at that time.