A companion to African history / edited by William Worger, Charles Ambler, Nwando Achebe.

Hoboken, New Jersey : Wiley Blackwell, 2019.
1 online resource (542 pages).


Blackwell companions to history. [More in this series]
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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  • Introduction: Identity and (mis)representations / Worger
  • Tracing the roots of common sense about sexuality in Africa / Marc Epprecht
  • Masculinities / Stephan Miescher
  • Colonialism, Christianity, and personhood / Nimi Wariboko
  • Settler societies / Nicola Ginsburgh and Will Jackson
  • Women, authority and power in southeast Africa during pre-colonial times / Sifiso Mxolisi Ndlovu
  • Love, courtship and marriage in Africa / Nwando Achebe
  • Slavery and women in Africa : changing definitions, continuing problems / Claire Robertson
  • Kinship in African history / James Giblin
  • Ethnicity in southern Africa / Michael Mahoney
  • Ethnicity and race in African thought / Jonathan Glassman
  • Islam in African history / Sean Hanretta and Shobana Shankar
  • Refugees in African history / Brett Shadle
  • Science in Africa : a history of ingenuity and invention in African iron technology / Peter Schmidt
  • Africa and environmental history / Greg Maddox
  • Health and medicine in African history / Karen Flint
  • Wealth and poverty in African history / Morten Jerven
  • The idea of the Atlantic world from an Africanist perspective / Walter Hawthorne
  • Swahili literature and the writing of African history / Ann Bierstecker
  • Africa and the Cold War / Tim Scarnecchia
  • The Horn of Africa from the Cold War to the War on Terror / Awet Weldemichael
  • The art of memory and the Chancery of Sinnar / Jay Spaulding
  • Remembering and forgetting Apartheid / Nancy L. Clark and William H. Worger
  • Cultural resistance on Robben Island : songs of struggle and liberation in southern Africa / Neo Lekgotla laga Ramoupi
  • African historians and popular culture / Charles Ambler.
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