LAE OF COLONIAL AFRICA (Social History of Africa) ebook
by Richard Roberts,Kristin Mann
RICHARD ROBERTS is professor of history and director of African studies at Stanford University. She has published Marrying Well: marriage, Status, and Social Change among the Educated Elite in Colonial Laos, and numerous articles on African social history.
RICHARD ROBERTS is professor of history and director of African studies at Stanford University.
The Journal of African History. School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 22 January 2009.
Law in Colonial Africa book. Law in Colonial Africa (Social History of Africa). 0435080555 (ISBN13: 9780435080556).
The social history of cotton in Africa thus provides an opportunity to take a constant in the changing worlds of nd to explore the range of African experiences historically and geographically. This interdisciplinary collection brings together some of the newest scholarship on the social history of agrarian change in Africa. It provides an important entry into the lived experiences of millions of Africans who cultivated cotton, often under duress, during the colonial period.
Allen Issacman, Richard Roberts, ed.
Allen Issacman, Richard Roberts, eds. Cotton, Colonialism and Social History in Sub-Saharan Africa. Its geographic coverage is quite representative, with case studies drawn from all the major cotton-producing regions of sub-Saharan Africa.
Essays in the History of African Education. New York: Teachers College P/Columbia U, 1970. Canadian Journal of History 1975 (10) 307-324. Boahen, A. Adu, ed General History of Africa. Berkeley & Los Angeles: U of California Press, 1985. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1985. The Problem of 'Nationalism' and 'Imperialism' in British Settlement Colonies. Journal of British Studies 1971 (10/2) 160-182. Collins, Robert O., ed.
For any student of African history or colonialism, this is a worthwhile text
For any student of African history or colonialism, this is a worthwhile text. Lagos is one of the world's major cities and Nigeria one of the most important nations in the developing world, and this book tells a big chunk of the story of how that city and the country of which it is the metropolis became what they are today. I had the great benefit of taking a class from Dr. Mann at Emory University. She remains one of the most knowledgeable professors in the field of African American History in the era of the Slave Trade. Excellent text to understand the history, geography, culture and details of Lagos.
Why did Africans bring their most intimate domestic disputes to the newly created native courts in the period after 1905? . Litigants and Households: African Disputes and Colonial Courts in the French Soudan, 1895-1912 (Social History of Africa Series).
Why did Africans bring their most intimate domestic disputes to the newly created native courts in the period after 1905? And what do these disputes tell us about.
A History of Modern Africa by Richard J. Reid. This book covers the period from around 1800 to present dealing with the immediate situation before colonialism right through to the post colonial state.
The earliest known recorded history arose in the Kingdom of Kush, and later in Ancient Egypt, the Sahel, the Maghreb and the Horn of Africa.