Africans And Europeans In West Africa

Author by : Harvey M. Feinberg
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Africans And Europeans In West Africa

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Africans And Europeans In West Africa

Author by : Cindy L. Vitto
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The Cambridge History Of Africa

Author by : John E. Flint
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Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : The period covered in this volume begins with the emergence of anti-slave trade attitudes in Europe, and ends on the eve of European colonial conquest.


West African Studies Regional Challenges Of West African Migration African And European Perspectives

Author by : OECD
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Description : This publication presents contributions by international experts on various aspects of West African migration.


Africans In European Eyes

Author by : Peter Mark
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Publisher by : Syracuse Univ Facs Pubns
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Guides To Materials For West African History In European Archives

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Shadows Of Empire In West Africa

Author by : John Kwadwo Osei-Tutu
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Publisher by : Springer
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Description : These essays reexamine European forts in West Africa as hubs where different peoples interacted, negotiated and transformed each other socially, politically, culturally, and economically. This collection brings together scholars of history, archaeology, cultural studies, and others to present a nuanced image of fortifications, showing that over time the functions and impacts of the buildings changed as the motives, missions, allegiances, and power dynamics in the region also changed. Focusing on the fortifications of Ghana, the authors discuss how these structures may be interpreted as connecting Ghanaian and West African histories to a multitude of global histories. They also enable greater understanding of the fortifications’ contemporary use as heritage sites, where the Afro-European experience is narrated through guided tours and museums.


Physicians Colonial Racism And Diaspora In West Africa

Author by : Adell Patton
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Publisher by : University Press of Florida
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Description : In 1901, however, when colonialism - and pseudoscientific racism - were in full force, British administrative action brought about an era of restrictions and segregation, a time of the "closed shop," as British middle-class policy makers described it in the 1950s. Even African physicians trained in the United States and the former Soviet Union and Eastern bloc countries were unwelcome in their countries of origin upon their return home.


Missions States And European Expansion In Africa

Author by : Chima Jacob Korieh
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Description : Missions, States, and European Expansion in Africa aims to explore the ways Christianity and colonialism acted as hegemonic or counter hegemonic forces in the making of African societies. As Western interventionist forces, Christianity and colonialism were crucial in establishing and maintaining political, cultural, and economic domination. Indeed, both elements of Africa's encounter with the West played pivotal roles in shaping African societies during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. This volume uses a wide range of perspectives to address the intersection between missions, evangelism, and colonial expansion across Africa. The contributors address several issues, including missionary collaboration with the colonizing effort of European powers; disagreements between missionaries and colonizing agents; the ways in which missionaries and colonial officials used language, imagery, and European epistemology to legitimize relations of inequality with Africans; and the ways in which both groups collaborated to transform African societies. Thus, Missions, States, and European Expansion in Africa transcends the narrow boundaries that often separate the role of these two elements of European encounter to argue that missionary endeavours and official colonial actions could all be conceptualized as hegemonic institutions, in which both pursued the same civilizing mission, even if they adopted different strategies in their encounter with African societies.