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------------------ Dear list-subscribers, preparing an undergraduate course on the interconnection of new states, violence and legal orders I would like to ask for recommendations on fictional films. Although not limited to African films I would like to use different African contexts, particularly the violence of anti-colonial struggles and their inner dynamics as examples. The theoretical input draws on Benjamin's 'Critique of Violence' . FLAME (1996) would be an example to discuss the inner dynamics and legitimations of anti-colonial struggles, which legacies last until today. Thank you very much for advise and hints. Best regards Stefan Skupien Political Scientist PhD candidate KFG 'Transformative Powers of Europe' Otto-Suhr Institut for Political Science Free University of Berlin email@example.com