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Author:
Emmanuel Kwaku Akyeampong
ISBN13:
978-0852559956
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085255995X
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Publisher:
James Currey (March 23, 2006)
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Humanities
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Part one provides perspectives on West Africa's history from archaeology, ecology and culture, linguistics, and oral traditions. EMMANUEL KWAKU AKYEAMPONG is Professor of History at Harvard University. Part two provides longue duree perspectives on environment, society, agency and historical change. Part three examines how economic and political developments have shaped religious expression and identity in significant ways. At the end of each chapter is a short list of recommended reading.

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Themes in West Africa’s History - Sách điện tử được viết bởi Emmanuel Kwaku Akyeampong. The first part of the book examines paths to a West African past, including perspectives from archaeology, ecology and culture, linguistics, and oral traditions. Emmanuel Kwaku Akyeampong is a professor of history at Harvard University and the Oppenheimer Faculty Director of the Harvard University Center for African Studies. He is the author of Between the Sea and the Lagoon: An Eco-social History of the Anlo of Southeastern Ghana c. 1850 to Recent Times.

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There has long been a need for a new textbook on West Africa's history. This comprehensive collection brings together leading scholars on key themes from West Africa's prehistory to the present. It discusses various disciplinary approaches to West African history, provides overviews of the literature on major topics, and breaks new ground through the incorporation of original research. Part one provides perspectives on West Africa's history from archaeology, ecology and culture, linguistics, and oral traditions. Part two provides longue duree perspectives on environment, society, agency and historical change. Part three examines how economic and political developments have shaped religious expression and identity in significant ways. At the end of each chapter is a short list of recommended reading. EMMANUEL KWAKU AKYEAMPONG is Professor of History at Harvard University North America: Ohio U Press; Ghana: Woeli Publishing Services
  • The essays are very fine. A map (or several) would have helped me in my reading of the first essay about the Holocene.

  • This is a great book I recommend anyone to get this book, particularly of African American decent, because 99% of African Americans roots come from the West African region not Egypt. This book gives a time line older than Egypt and the great thing about this book it shows the beauty of the culture ,history of this region that is ignored by many African Americans, GET THE BOOK IT'S WORTH IT.

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