General editor's introduction Introduction - Joseph Hodge and Gerald Hoedl Part I: Meanings of development in twentieth-century colonialism 1. From dead end to new lease of life: development in South-Eastern Tanganyika from the late 1930s to the 1950s - Juhani Koponen 2. Developing 'Portuguese Africa' in late colonialism: confronting discourses - Claudia Castelo 3. A history of maendeleo: the concept of 'development' in Tanganyika's late colonial public sphere - Emma Hunter Part II: Economic and rural development 4. The 'private'face of African development planning during the Second World War - Billy Frank 5. Ecological concepts of development? The case of colonial Zambia - Sven Speek 6. Developing rural Africa: rural development discourse in colonial Zimbabwe, 1944-79 - E.Kushinga Makombe 7. The tractor as a tool of development? The mythologies and legacies of mechanised tropical agriculture in French Africa, 1944-56 - Celine Pessis Part III: Social development and welfare 8. From precondition to goal of development: health and medicine in the planning and politics of British Tanganyika - Walter Bruchhausen 9. 'Keystone of progress' and mise en valeur d'ensemble: British and French colonial discourses on education for development in the interwar period - Walter Schicho 10. Development and education in British colonial Nigeria, 1940-55 - Uyilawa Usuanlele 11. Motherhood, morality, and social order: gender and development discourse and practice in late colonial Africa - Barbara Bush Part IV: Discourse-analytical and literary perspectives on colonial development 12. The world the Portuguese developed: racial politics, Luso-tropicalism, and development discourse in late Portuguese colonialism - Caio Simoes de Araujoand Iolanda Vasile 13. Notions of 'developpement' in French colonial discourses: changes in discursive practices and their social implications - Francoise Dufour 14. Developing Africa in the colonial imagination: European and African narrative writing of the interwar period - Martina Kopf Epilogue: Taking stock, looking ahead - Joseph Hodge Bibliography Index -- .
Joseph M. Hodge is Associate Professor in the Department of History at West Virginia University Gerald Hoedl is an Independent Scholar Martina Kopf is Lecturer in African Studies and Development Studies at the University of Vienna -- .