Voting in Mozambique: Visiting Scholar Elizabeth Banks Featured in Hoover Digest

Thursday, June 14, 2018
How Mozambique Learned to Vote: Visiting Scholar Elizabeth Banks Featured in Hoover Digest

How Mozambique Learned to Vote: Visiting Scholar Elizabeth Banks Featured in Hoover Digest

Elizabeth Banks, a recent participant in the Hoover Institution Workshop on Authoritarian Regimes and a doctoral candidate in history at New York University, published an article entitled "How Mozambique Learned to Vote" in the latest edition of Hoover Digest. Banks's article, drawn from research in Hoover's collections, outlines the history of Mozambique's first multiparty elections, held in 1994. Featuring images of candidates and slogans drawn from election booklets and flyers, Banks's research describes the African nation's experience of emerging from a one-party regime to a democracy.

Read the article here.