Nicola Stylianou

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Nicola Stylianou

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Postdoctoral Research Fellow.
I work across all three case studies but my own research is mainly focused on the Powell-Cotton Museum. I have undertaken research trips to both Botswana and Namibia for the project. I have previously worked at the University of Sussex in a role developing the Making African Connections project and funded by the Research Development Fund. I have also worked at the University of Arts London, the V&A Museum, Middlesex University and The Open University. I was a participant in the Fashioning Africa CollectionPanel at Brighton Museum and am currently co-editing a book (with Heather Akou and JoAnn McGregor) entitled Creating African Fashion Histories. Where I have substantially contributed to entries on this archive you will see the identifier NSty.

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Making African Connections

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NSty

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Interview with Tresia Shekudja Event
A brief history of the Angola/Namibia written archive at the Powell-Cotton Museum Text
Interview with Scobie Lekhuthile Event
Research Now: Tchiliwandele and the Making African Connections Project - A display at Powell-Cotton Museum (Spring 2020) Event
Introduction (Research Now Display at Powell-Cotton Museum) Event
Section 1: Tchiliwandele’s personal possessions (Research Now Display at Powell-Cotton Museum) Event
Section 2: Tchiliwandele’s role in commissioning objects (Research Now Display at Powell-Cotton Museum) Event
Section 3: Tchiliwandele as broker (Research Now Display at Powell-Cotton Museum) Event
Fergus Nicoll Text
Interview with Osman Nusairi Event
Section 4: Naming People (Research Now Display at Powell-Cotton Museum) Event
Jibbas in other UK museum collections
Flags in other collections
William Charles Willoughby (1857-1938) Agent
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Ostrich Physical Object
Bullet Pouch; Belt; Lebantê Physical Object
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Transcription of Diana Powell-Cotton's 1937 Angola diary Text
The Role of Women in the Mahdist Period Event
The legacy and perception of Mahdism in Sudan. Event
The importance of Mahdism in Sudan and why UK museum's presentation of this history is controversial. Event
How did Mahdism hold the country together? Event