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The development of indigenous trade and markets in West Africa: Studies presented and discussed at the Tenth International African Seminar at Fourah ... 1969; (International African Institute) ebook

by Claude Meillassoux


markets in West Africa from the period of the slave trade to the growth in the 20th century in production for overseas markets.

Other essays discuss various aspects of local and regional trade and markets from the nineteenth century onwards.

Two Types of West African House Trade Polly Hill. Claude Meillassoux was a French neo-Marxist economic anthropologist and Africanist. 16. West African Market-Places: Temporal Periodicity and Locational spacing Robert H. T. Smith. Meillassoux, a student of Georges Balandier, did fieldwork among the Guro (Gouro) of the Côte d'Ivoire: his thesis was published in 1964.

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Historical anthropologist Claude Meillassoux was born in Roubaix, France, and educated in part at the Institute of Political Studies in Paris

Historical anthropologist Claude Meillassoux was born in Roubaix, France, and educated in part at the Institute of Political Studies in Paris. In addition to his diploma from the institute, he earned a . from the Faculty of Law and Economics in Paris, an . from the University of Michigan, and a P. from the University of Paris. Before embarking upon a scholarly career, he worked in a factory, in advertising, and as an interpreter.

Meillassoux, Claude, ed. The Development of Indigenous Trade and Markets in West Africa: Studies Presented and Discussed at the Tenth International African Seminar at Fourah Bay College, Freetown, December 1969. London: Oxford University Press for the International African Institute, 1971. E-mail Citation . An excellent anthology of articles on trade and traders in West Africa, both in the precolonial past and in the present. Helps to situate Dyula trade networks within a wider context.

Technology, Tradition and the State in Africa is a book studying the indigenous political systems of sub-Saharan Africa written by the British social anthropologist Jack Goody (1919–2015).

Technology, Tradition and the State in Africa is a book studying the indigenous political systems of sub-Saharan Africa written by the British social anthropologist Jack Goody (1919–2015), then a professor at St. John's College, Cambridge University. It was first published in 1971 by Oxford University Press for the International African Institute.

The development of indigenous trade and markets in West Africa: Studies presented and discussed at the Tenth International African Seminar at Fourah ... 1969; (International African Institute) ebook
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