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1 'LAMB, Venice and Alastair FISKE, Patricia (ed.) Lamb Collection of West African Narrow Strip Weaving
Textile Museum, Washington, D.C., 1975, 
'LAMB, Venice and Alastair. The Lamb Collection of West African Narrow Strip Weaving. Edited by Patricia Fiske. Exhibited at the Textile MuseumMarch 7to September 20, 1975. Washington, D.C.: The Textile Museum, 1975. Pp (2), 3-48. Ilustrated (some in colour). Map. Double Column. Large 8vo, illustrated pink stapled card covers, lettered in black. "The Lamb Collection of West African narrow strip cloth contains well over 1000 iterqs, including complete cloths, sample strips and snippets, loom parts such as beaters, sword sticks and heddle pulleys, as well as a number of complete looms and photographic records of African weaving designs and techniques. Most of the itemsin the collection were acquired by the Lambs in the field, and, in additio n to the beauty of the individual cloths, the thorough documentation of thepieces is an invaluable contribution to the study of this body of material ." (from the Foreword by Patricia Fiske). Sunned, else very good. 15.00

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2 ABDESSEMED, Adel) MICHAUD, Philippe-Alain Adel Abdessemed : Je suis innocent
Steidl / Centre Pompidou, Gottingen, Germany / Paris, 2012, ISBN:9783869305417 
(ABDESSEMED, Adel). Adel Abdessemed : Je suis innocent. Organized by Philippe-Alain Michaud. Published on the occasion of the exhibition presented at the Centre Pompidou, Galerie Sud, from October 3, 2012 to January 7, 2013. from October 3, 2012 to January 7, 2013. (Gottingen, Germany) : Steidl / (Paris) : Centre Pompidou, (2012). First Edition. Pp (6),7-247,(1). Illustrated. 4to, illustrated white paper covered boards, black lettering to front board and spine. Adel Abdessemed, (born 1971 in Constantine, Algeria) is a conceptual artist who lives and works in Paris, France. Contents : Alfred Vacquement's "Foreword"; Works in the Exhibition; List of Works in the Exhibition; Philippe-Aiam Michaud's "Reality"; Emmanuel Alloa's " Portrait of theArtist as a Pagan"; Hanm's "To Live Dangerously"; 'Pamela M. Lee's "Animal Feeling"; Tom McDonough's "Zero Tolerance"; Patricia Falguieres's "State o f Exception"; Selected Solo and Group Exhibitions; Selected Bibliography. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED TO ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TOITS WEIGHT. Very good. 35.00

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3 ABRAHAMS , Peter Mine Boy , 1st Faber printing in dj
Faber and Faber, 1954, 
ABRAHAMS , Peter. Mine Boy , L : Faber and Faber Ltd (1954). First published in this edition mnmxliv. Pp 252 , turquoise cloth. Cocked tape marks on cover, bookplate, name, edges slightly smudged, else vg in dj (one-inch tear to dj flap) 30.00

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4 ABULAFIA, David Discovery of Mankind: Atlantic Encounters in the Age of Columbus. First Edition in dustjacket
Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 2008, ISBN:9780300125825 
ABULAFIA, David. The Discovery of Mankind : Atlantic Encounters in the Age of Columbus. New Haven and London : Yale University Press, (2008). First Printing. Pp (6),[vii]-xxvi,(6),[3]-379,(7). First Printing. Maps in the text. 8vo, black cloth, gilt lettering to spine. David Abulafia, FSA, FRHistS, FBA (b. December 12, 1949, Twickenham, London). "The first landings in the Atlantic World heralded striking and often terrifying impressions of peoples entirely isolated from the explorer's continents, customs and religions. From the first recorded encounters with the native inhabitants of the Canary Islands in 1341, to Columbus's explorations in 1492 and Cabral's discovery of Brazil in 1500, western Europeans struggled to make sense of the existence of the peoples they met. Were they Adam's children, of a common lineage with the peoples of the Old World, or were they a separate creation, the monstrous races of medieval legend? Should they govern themselves? Did theyhave the right to be free? Did they know God? Could they know God? Emphasi zing contact between peoples rather than the discovery of lands, and using archaeological findings as well as eyewitness accounts, David Abulafia explores the social lives of the inhabitants, the motivations and tensions of the first transactions and the swift transmutation of wonder to vicious exploitation. Lucid, readable, and scrupulous, this is a work of humane engagement with a period in which a tragically violent standard was set for European conquest across the world." - from the dj. Preface; Part I. Mental Horizons : The peoples, Islands and Shores of the Imagination. 1. Finding peoplefrom other Worlds 2. Wild men and wanderers 3. Images of Asia. Part II. Ea stern Horizons : The Peoples, Islands and Shores of the Eastern Atlantic. 4. Innocence and Wildness in the Canary Islands, 1341-1400; 5. The Canary Islanders, 1341-1496; 6. Rights of Dominion, 1341-1496; 7. Quarrelsome Conquerors, 1402-44; 8. Gold and Slaves, 1444-96.- Part III. Western Horizons : The Peoples, Islands and Shores of the Eestern Atlantic. 9. From the Old Canaries to the New Canaries, 1492 -- 10. Tai´nos and Caribs -- 11. Turtles, Shamans and Snorting Tubes -- 12. Cuba = Cipangu = Japan, 1492; 13. La Navidad, 1492-3 -- 14. First News of the New World, 1493 -- 15. Into the Caribbean, 1493-4 -- 16. Misrule in Hispaniola, 1494-6 -- 17. The Project Unravels, 1497-8 -- 18. Columbus Eclipsed, 1498-1506 -- Part IV. Southern Horizons : The Peoples and Shores of Atlantic South America. 19. Vespucci's Tabloid Journalism, 1497-1504 -- 20. The Land of the Holy Cross, 1500; 21. The Realm of King Arosca, 1505 -- 22. A Compulsory Voluntary 'Requirement', 1511-20. Conclusion: The Renaissance Discovery of Man. With glossary, notes, bibliography and index. Very good in dustjacket. As new. 25.00

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5 ABULAFIA, David, ed. Mediterranean in History. First American Edition in dustjacket.
J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, 2003, ISBN:0892367253 
ABULAFIA, David, ed. The Mediterranean in History. Edited by David Abulafia. Texts by David Abulafia, Oliver Rackham, Marlene Suano, Mario Torelli, Geoffrey Rickman, John Pryor, Michel Balard, Molly Greene, Jeremy Black. Los Angeles : The J. Paul Getty Museum, (2003). First US Printing. Pp. (4),[5]-320. With 161 colour and 147 black-and-white illustrations. Large 8vo, bluecloth with gilt lettering to spine. "For over four thousand years the Medi terranean was the center of Western civilization. Geographically, it is a world in miniature, an inland sea whose shores encompass every type of terrain and climate -- barren deserts, fertile plains, snow-capped mountains, peninsulas, islands, and separate minor seas with distinct characters of their own. Historically, it has been the meeting place of the cultures of Europe, Asia, and Africa, the battleground of races and nations, and the focus of three great religions: Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. The distinguished Mediterranean scholar David Abulafia has brought together a team of eightleading specialists from many countries to tell this enthralling and compl ex story as a connected narrative: from a description of the physical setting, the prehistoric traders, and the struggle between Phoenicians, Greeks, and Etruscans ending in Roman victory, to a discussion of the post-Roman nations, the Christian powers in the north, the Islamic powers in the south, the domination by England and France, and, finally, the twentieth century, divided between war and mass tourism. This richly illustrated book offers contemporary historical writing at its best and will engage specialists, students, and general readers alike." - from the dustjacket. Contents: 1. "Thephysical setting" (Oliver Rackham); 2. "The first trading empires: prehist ory to c.1000 BC" (Marlene Suano); 3. "The battle for the sea routes: 1000-300 BC" (Mario Torelli); 4. "The creation of Mare Nostrum: 300 BC - 500 AD"(Geoffrey Rickman); 5. "The Mediterranean breaks up: 500-1000" (John Pryor ); 6. "A Christian Mediterranean: 1000-1500" (Michel Balard); 7. "ResurgentIslam: 1500-1700" (Molly Greene); 8. "The Mediterranean as a battleground of the European powers: 1700-1900" (Jeremy Black); 9. "A globalized Mediterranean: 1900-2000" (David Abulafia). Very good in crisp dustjacket. Due to the weight of this book, extra shipping charges may be necessary to cover postage on international orders. 32.50

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6 ADAS, Michael Studies in Comparative World History series Prophets of Rebellion : Millenarian Protest Movements against the European Colonial Order. in dustjacket
University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, 1979, ISBN:0807813532 
ADAS, Michael. Prophets of Rebellion : Millenarian Protest Movements against the European Colonial Order. Chapel Hill : The University of North Carolina Press, (1979). Pp (6),[vii]-xxvii,(3),3-243,(1). Illustrated. Maps. Index. 8vo, black cloth, silver lettering to spine. A volume in the Studies in Comparative World History series. "This study provides new approaches to the writing of comparative history and to the analysis of social protest movements, by combining five case studies with other evidence on millennial movements, Michael Adas constructs a framework for the study of the relationship between millenarian expectations, prophetic leaders, and violent social protest. The participants in these rebellions sought to change unacceptablesociocultural systems by extralegal means rather than by constitutional me thods, by force rather than by reform, withdrawal, or passive resistance. Each of the groups mounted a rebellion aimed at the overthrow not only of the political regime but also of the existing sociocultural order. The authorviews these rebellions from the perspectives of both the colonizer incumbe nts and the participants themselves. He analyzes the causes which give riseto these movements of protest gainstst the changes and dislocations engend ered by European conquest and colonization of diverse societies in Africa, Asia, and POceania. He moves from an examination of causation to a consideration of the factors that influenced the mode of protest that was adopted and he discusses the techniques of organization, ritual, and magic that wereused to offset European technological superiority. He pays special attenti on to the careers of the prophets who played central roles in these movements and to the importance of their millenarian visions as catalysts of protests. The work concludes with a discussion of the patterns displayed by the actual revolts, the campaigns of repression launched by the Europeans, and the historical legacy of these movements. The five rebellions that Michael Adas examines in this study are: the revolt led by Prince Dipanagara in theNetnerlands East Indies (1825-1830), the Pai Maire or Hau Hau movement of the Maoris of New Zealand (1864-c. 1867), the Birsa disturbance among the Mundas of Chota Nagpur in east-central India (1890-1900), the Maji Maji rebellions in German East Africa (1905-1906), and the Saya San uprisings in Burma (1930-1932)." (from the dj). Contents : Foreword by Philip D. Curtin; Introduction; 1. Contexts for five rebellions; 2. Causes for revolt: colonialtransformations and relative deprivation; 3. An absence of alternatives; 4 . Prophets and millenarian visions; 5. Toward violence: abortive repressionand the rise of secondary leaders; 6. Mobilisation: symbol and ritual, tal isman and sympathetic magic; 7. Rebellion, suppression and impact; 8. Prophetic rebellion as a type of social protest. Very good in rubbed and torn dustjacket. 45.00

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7 ADEMOLA, Frances ACHEBE, Chinua EKWENSI, Cyprian TUTUOLA, Amos Reflections: Nigerian Prose & Verse. pbk.
African Universities Press, 1962, 
ADEMOLA, Frances (ed.). Reflections: Nigerian Prose & Verse. Lagos : African Universities Press, (1962). Pp. 123. Small 8vo, brown ill. card covers. Includes a Preface by Ezekiel Mphahlele and selections by Chinua Achebe, J.P. Clark, Cyprian Ekwensi, John Ekwere, Onuora Nzekwu, Nkem Nwankwo, Gabriel Okara, Christopher Okigbo, David Owoyele, Ralph Opara, Wole Soyinka, Mabel Segun and Amos Tutuola. Top corner missing from front and rear covers, spine worn and chipped, browning, internally crisp. 27.00

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8 Africa - Housing) United Nations Economic Commission on Africa Human Settlements in Africa : The Role of Housing and Building
United Nations, 1976, 
(Africa - Housing). Human Settlements in Africa : The Role of Housing and Building. Addis Abba: United Nations, April 1976. Pp. 196. Illustrated with numerous charts and photographs throughout. 4to, cream coloured ill. card covers. Spine sunned, rear cover rubbed, else vg. 50.00

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9 Africa - Religion SHEPPERSON, George RANGER, Terence Religion in Africa. Proceedings of a Seminar held in the Centre of African Studies, University of Edinburgh, 10th - 12th April, 1964
Centre of African Studies, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, 1964, 
(Africa – Religion). Religion in Africa. Proceedings of a Seminar held in the Centre of African Studies, University of Edinburgh, 10th – 12th April, 1964. (Edinburgh) : Centre of African Studies, University of Edinburgh, (1964). Pp (6),1-130. 4to, green tape spine, pale blue card covers. Contents : A Department of Religious Studies in an African University (by Rev. F.B. Welbourn); Muslim and Christian separatism in Africa (by Humphrey J. Fisher);Hume and North African Islam (by Ernest Gellner); Animism in Pemba (by Pet er Lienhardt); Religion and Society amongst the Kuria of East Africa (by Malcolm Ruel); Religion in British Central Africa (by George Shepperson); TheEarly History of Independency in Southern Rhodesia (by Terence Ranger); Li vingstonia as an Industrial Mission, 1875-1900: A study of commerce and Christianity in Nyasaland (by K.J. McCracken); The Foundations of the BlantyreMission, Nyasaland (by Rev. Andrew C. Ross); Malawi Rain-cults (by Thomas Price); Reflections on Religion in Africa (by Rev. W. Montgomery Watt). Lacking most of spine and with title in black marker to spine, rubbed and smudged, penned name, else good. 50.00

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10 Africa) Pictorial Africa : Its Heroes, Missionaries, and Martyrs : Stirring Narratives of their Perils, Adventures, and Achievements : Together with a Full and Descriptive Account of the Peoples, Deserts, Forests, Rivers, Lakes and Mountains of the "Dark Continen
James Sangster and Co., London, 1890, 
(Africa). Pictorial Africa : Its Heroes, Missionaries, and Martyrs : Stirring Narratives of their Perils, Adventures, and Achievements : Together witha Full and Descriptive Account of the Peoples, Deserts, Forests, Rivers, L akes and Mountains of the "Dark Continent." London : James Sangster and Co., n.d. [1890?]. Pp (6),[5]-396, frontispiece. Numerous wood engravings in text (some full-page). Large 8vo, lavender cloth, front board and spine illustrated and lettered in gilt, black and red. Contents : Introduction. 1. Adventures of James Bruce—Adventures of Mungo Park—The Niger Expedition, and its Failure. 2. Samuel Crowther, the Negro Missionary—Captain Burton's Criticisms—Speke and the Victoria Nyanza—Sir Roderick Murchison-Baker and the Albert Nyanza. 3. Great Revival of Religion—Missions Resulting from it—The Remarkable Career of James Wilson-The "Duff"—Martyn, Morrison, Patteson, Heber, Williams, Smith, and Moffat. 4. David Livmgstone—His Birth—Hardships ofhis Career—Resolves to be a Missionary—Goes to Ongar—Arrives at the Cape—H istory of the Country and its Inhabitants. 5. Adventure with a Lion—Missionary Wanderings— The Bakwains — Sechele — Description of the Country—The Boers. 6. Missionary Work—Relics of Animal Worship—Removal to Chonuane—Baptismof Sechele—Ravages of the Tsetse—A Pleasant River Trip—Discovery of Lake N gami. 7. Livingstone and the Great Chief Sebituane - He Mourns his Death - Discovery of th Zambesi in Mid-Africa - The Suppression of Slavery—Return to the Cape. 8. Journey of Exploration— Kuruman—Sechele—Sekeletu—Flora and Fauna—Life amongst the Natives—Female Chieftains Interviewed—A faint Tradition of the Deluge. 9. Journeyings continued—At Shinte's Village — Native Smiths—Bechuana Vocabulary - Difficulties in the Way—The Ocean Reached—What they said in England. 10. At Loanda— Monteiro's Description of the West Coast—The Journey back—Arrival at Linyanti—Results of the Journey. 11. Moffat inwSearch of Livingstone—Affecting Meeting with a Dropsical King—Brave and H onourable Conduct of Natives—Stores for Livingstone safely deposited. 12. Off to the East Coast - The Victoria Falls - Threatening Attitude of Natives- Sekwebu's Suicide—The Gospel of Commerce. 13. The Return of Livingstone— His Reception in London, Manchester, and other Centres - Prospects of Mission Work. 14. A Great Farewell Meeting—Setting out again for Africa—A DeadlyRegion—Hippopotami Hunters—A Climb over Burning Rocks. 15. Up the Shire - Animal Life on the River—Discuvery of the Lakes Shirwa and Nyassa - The Brewing of African Beer—Funerals and Wedding Processions. 16. At t the Victoria Falls—A Royal Leper—Natives Discuss the Resurrection—Narrow Escape from aTerrible Whirlpool—Livingstone Lost by his Party—A Storm on Lake Nyassa. 1 7. The Return of the Wanderer—Publication of the "Zambesi and its Tributaries - Setting out to Africa for the Last Time. 18. Henry Stanley's Early History - The "New York Herald" Expedition—Its Equipment at Zanzibar - A Marchto the Land of the Moon. 19. Stanley describes Livingstone — They Feast to gether — Stanley's Return — Lieutenant Cameron's Travels and Adventures. 20. Death of Livingstone—Arrival of the Body at Southampton—Impressive Reception - Funeral at Westminster Abbey, 21. Emin Pasha.—The Relief Expedition—Privations and Sufferings on the March—Meeting with Emin—Stanley's Return for the Rearguard—Homeward March—Accident to Emin - Stanley's Safe Arrival atZanzibar—Telegram from the Queen. 22. Gordon and Emin Pasha—Gordon's Early Career—He goes to the Crimea—Chinese Gordon—In the Soudan—The Two Heroes—G ordon's Death. Cloth rubbed and edgeworn, title page detaching, with two first prize for attendance bookplates dated 1891, else good. 50.00

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11 African Art) Bollingen Series XXXII RADIN, Paul (ed.) MARVEL, Elinore African Folktales & Sculpture : Folktales selected and edited by Paul Radinwith the collaboration of Elinore Marvel. 2nd ed 2nd pr
Pantheon Books, 1966, 
(African Art). African Folktales & Sculpture. Folktales selected and editedby Paul Radin with the collaboration of Elinore Marvel. (New York) : Panth eon Books, (October, 1966). Pp. 357. Frontis + one folding map + 187 black & white plates at rear. 4to, off-white cloth covered boards with small giltand black decoration to front, black cloth spine, gilt lettering, top edge orange. Bollingen Series XXXII. ""This volume offers a representative coll ection of native African myths and folktales accompanied by selected examples of the plastic art stemming from the same culture. In assembling these narratives from the unwritten literature of this area, Dr. Radin has drawn upon the so-called true Negro tribes of west Agfrica, the Bantu-speaking tribes of central, east, and south Africa, the half-Hamites of the Nile headwaters, and the Bushmen and Hottentots of the extreme south and south-west. Dr. Radin emphasizes that theirs is possibly the most sophisticated of all aboriginal literatures, though it has not become so well known as the sculpture of native Africa, which during the past fifty years has so strongly influenced the art of the contemporary western world." Faint orange smudge to front cloth, else vg. 70.00

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12 African History - Workshop - Papers SOREMEKUN, Fola LANGWORTHY, H.W. RANGER, T.O. Papers presented at the Workshop on the Teaching of Central and East African History, 24th to 31st August, 1970, in Lusaka, Zambia.
Lusaka, Zambia, 1970, 
(African History - Workshop - Papers). [Papers presented at the] Workshop on the Teaching of Central and East African History, 24th to 31st August, 1970, in Lusaka, Zambia. Lusaka, Zambia : n.pub., 1970. Various paginations (totalling approximately 110). Maps. Folio, red comb bound, blank red cloth.Contents : “Christianity in Central Africa” by T.O. Ranger (12 pp); “Socia l and Economic Development in Zambia in the 20th Century” by Ian Henderson (15 pp); “The Effects of the Slave Trade in East and West Africa” by Fola Soremekun (19 pp); “The Historical Basis of UDI” by Ian Henderson (16 pp); “Pre-Colonial Trade in Zambia” by Andrew D. Roberts (17 pp, plus map); “Themes in the History of Malawi and Eastern Zambia to 1850: by H.W. Langworthy (13 pp); “The Mwene Mutapa and Other Shona Kingdoms, 1450-1850” by H. Langworthy (14 pp, plus map). Dampspotting to cloth, else very good. Scarce. 75.00

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13 AGAR-HAMILTON, J.A.I. Native Policy of the Voortrekkers 1836-1858 : An Essay in the History of the Interior of South Africa – 1836-1858.
Maskew Miller Limited, Cape Town : Maskew Miller Limited,, 1928, 
AGAR-HAMILTON, J.A.I. The Native Policy of the Voortrekkers 1836-1858 : An Essay in the History of the Interior of South Africa – 1836-1858. Cape Town: Maskew Miller Limited, n.d. [1928?]. Pp (2),[i]-xix,(1),1-228,(2),+ fold ing map. Index. 8vo, blue cloth, black lettering to front board and spine. Contents : 1. Preliminaries of the Great Trek. 2. On Trek. 3. The Republic of Natal. 4. Early Days in the Transvaal Territory. 5. The Beginning of theSouth African Republic. 6. The Missionaries. 7. The Controversy - I. The R epublic, the Tribes and the Missionaries. 8. The Controversy – II. The Farmer and the Native. 9. Labour and Slavery – I. The Question of Apprenticeship. 10. Labour and Slavery – II. The labour Tax. Appendix I. Livingstone theGun-Runner. Appendix II. The Anti-Slavery Agitation of 1868 and 1869. Appe ndix III. Apprenticeship in Operation. Cocked, light wear to spine ends, corners bumped, inner hinges cracked, name, else good in worn, torn, browned dustjacket. 35.00

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14 AGNEW, Swanzie, and Michael STUBBS (eds.). Malawi in Maps.
University of London Press Ltd, London, 1972, ISBN:0340117680 
AGNEW, Swanzie, and Michael STUBBS (eds.). Malawi in Maps. (London) : University of London Press Ltd, (1972). Pp [1]-143,(1). Maps. Folio [8 by 13 inches], illustrated red and white glossy paper covered boards. “The 1966 Population Census was the first census to be carried out with a comprehensive demarcation of enumeration areas, and the final report, which appeared in 1968, included a brief summary of the data obtained in terms of the total population; geographic distribution and density; and sex; racial and ethnic composition; languages spoken; economic characteristics; and population outside Malawi. Since most of this material, particularly the demographic, economic and social aspects of the population structure now appears in map form for the first time, Malawi in Maps assumes the significance of a national atlas, at least in content it not in presentation.” - from the Introduction (p. 11). Rubbed, name, else very good. 30.00

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15 AGNEW, Vijay Resisting Discrimination : Women from Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean and the Women's Movement in Canada
University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1996, ISBN:0802006744 
AGNEW, Vijay. Resisting Discrimination : Women from Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean and the Women's Movement in Canada. Toronto : University of Toronto Press, (1996). First Printing. Pp. (6),[vii]-x,(2),[3]-292,(2). 8vo, greycloth with metallic purple lettering to front and spine. "In her introduct ion to 'Resisting Discrimination', Vijay Agnew quotes Keibo Oiwa: 'We rarely encounter accounts of what the persecuted themselves felt, thought, wished to do, and actually did or failed to do; what meanings they attached to their thoughts and actions.' As Agnew observes, there is little Canadian feminist literature, from a minority perspective, on racism in feminist practice. 'Resisting Discrimination' is ground-breaking book. Focusing on the experiences of women from Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean, the volume exploresthe realities of race, class, and gender discrimination in twentieth-centu ry Canada. Agnew uses an integrated approach, adopting methodologies from political science, hiostory, sociology, and women's studies to investigate history and politics of Asian and black women throughout this century and the exclusion of these women from theory and practice of mainstream feminism.She also looks at the relationship between the state and community-based o rganizations of immigrant women, and the struggles of these women to provide social services to non-English-speaking working-class women through theircommunity-based organizations. Agnew's views are critical of white feminis t theories and practices. Her goal is to sensitize the reader to another perspective and to empower minority women by making them the subject of theirown recent history and politics. She seeks to open up the possibility of f uller cooperation among feminists across lines of race and class, and to suggest new lines of development for feminist theories and methodologies." - from the introductory blurb. Contents: 1. Introduction; 2. The Experience of Race and Gender Discrimination; 3. Race, Class, and Feminist Theory; 4. Race, Class, and Feminist Practice; 5. The Politics of Discourse; 6. Systemic Racism; 7. Women's Community Organizations; 8. Immigrant Women and the State; 9. Immigrant Women and Wife Abuse; 10. Conclusion. Very good. 25.00

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16 AHMAD, Muslehuddin Tale of the First Private University of Bangladesh - North South University- (Genesis - Establishment - Rise and Thereafter) : Recommendations for Re forms of the Sector. 1st ed in dj
Academic Press and Publishers Limited, Dhaka, 2004, ISBN:9840801848 
AHMAD, Muslehuddin. The Tale of the First Private University of Bangladesh - North South University - (Genesis - Establishment - Rise and Thereafter) : Recommendations for Reforms of the Sector. Dhaka : Academic Press and Publishers Limited, (February 2004). First Edition. Pp (8),iii-x,1-155,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, black cloth spine, black paper covered boards. Contents : Chapter I - 1. Emergence of the idea of a Private University in Bangladesh. 2, The name "North South University (NSU). 3. International Advisory Board.4. Collection of funds. 5. Foundation structure. 6. The process of governm ent permission. 7. The private University Act. 8. Establishment of The First Private University. 9. NSU Takes off. 10. NSU's Formal Opening ceremony. 11. Foundation Politics and Election of a Chairperson. 12. Policy Making. 13. Admission & Standard of Education. 14. President or Vice- chancellor? 15. NSU's first convocation. 16. Academic Collaboration with Foreign Universitiesn. 17. Visit to South Africa-meeting with Nelson Mandela. 18. Meeting of International Advisory Board at Harvard. 19. Meeting at Oxford University. 20. Award of "Poet Sarojini Naidu Gold Medal" 21. Admission Problem. 22. Governance & Management. 23. Writ petition field against the Chancellor's order. 24. Rule was discharged and stay order vacated by the High Court. 25.New VC was appointed. 26. Comments on the system and proceddure of the Cou rt Case. 27. Degree Certificates issued. 28. Effect of Governance & Management crises on the University. 29. Did money make the University? 30. The founders of NSU. Chaper II : The Standard of Education in Private Universities Recommendations for reforms. 1. The Standard of Education in Private Universities-recommendations for reforms of the sector. 2. Private University Act needs to be amended. 3. Role of sponsors/Trustees in the Private Universities. 4. University funds and their controls. 5. Independent accreditationcouncil to be set up. 6. Is Government permission necessary to start a pri vate University? 7. Education Loan through banks and insurance companies. 8. Workd Bank Other Donors. 9. Private University system brought good effectin the higher education sector. 10. "No student politics" In private Unive rsities. 11. Teachers' Politics. 12. Election of VC & Deans. Chapter III. 1. Colleges should Be allowed to award Degrees. 2. School Education. Some wrinkling to pages, else very good in dustjacket (with flaps attached to inside covers). 40.00

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17 AIDOO, Ama Ata Anowa
Longman, 1970, 
AIDOO, Ama Ata. Anowa. (L): Longman, (1970). Pp 66. 8vo, ill. card covers. Vg. 40.00

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18 AIKENS, Gwladys M. Rees Nurses in Battledress : The World War II story of a member of the Q. A. Reserves. Signed
Cymru Press, Halifax, 1998, ISBN:0968395007 
AIKENS, Gwladys M. Rees. Nurses in Battledress [cover adds subtitle : The World War II story of a member of the Q. A. Reserves]. (Halifax, Nova Scotia) : Cymru Press, (1998). Pp. (8),ix-xv,(3),3-157,(3). With 18 b&w photos and some maps in the text. 8vo, grey photo-illustrated cardcovers, black titles to spine. The World War II story of a member of the Q. A. Reserve - Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service / Reserve, the nurses who often provided the first care for wounded soldiers during the war. She also recounts her journey in 1942 aboard the SS Strathallan, travelling in a convoy from Scotland to the Mediterranean, when their vessel was torpedoed offthe coast of Gibraltar. Sections : U.K. 1941; Convoy; North Africa; Italy; U.K. 1945. The author, a war bride who eventually came to Canada, married a native Nova Scotian, Robert L. Aikens. Very good. Signed by the author onthe title page. 20.00

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19 AIRTH, Rennie. Once a Spy. First Edition in dustjacket.
Jonathan Cape, London, 1981, ISBN:0224019023 
AIRTH, Rennie. Once a Spy. London: Jonathan Cape, (1981). First Printing. Pp. (4),5-245,(1). 8vo, black cloth with gilt lettering to spine. "Poor Sophy. She was pushed to her death from an eighth-storey window and they calledit suicide. Blaney remembered her from Berlin all those years ago -- that maniacal laugh of hers with the remorseless rhythm of a police siren. People were always reminding Blaney of something he already knew: he was not cutout to be a spy. That's why he'd left it all behind in the early 1960s and taken to selling people 'security' against a rising tide of armed crime. I t was currently his opinion that there was no such thing as security, just as there was no such thing as an ex-spy. Here he was, seventeen years later, with McIver breathing down his neck to discover why everyone connected with the Berlin operation was suddenly dropping dead. It was an interesting enough question, since Blaney had a fine chance of being next." - from the dustjacket. Very good in unclipped dustjacket. Uncommon. 100.00

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20 ALAGOA, E.J. (ed.). Kiabàrà : Journal of the Humanities. Volume 4, Number 2, Harmattan 1981 : Focus on History
School of Humanities, University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt, Nigeria , 1981, 
ALAGOA, E.J. (ed.). Kiabàrà : Journal of the Humanities. Volume 4, Number 2, Harmattan 1981 : Focus on History. (Port Harcourt, Nigeria : School of Humanities, University of Port Harcourt, 1981). Pp 1-219,(1). Illustrated. Map. 8vo, red and white card covers. Contents : E.J. Alagoa's “The Ethnographic Dimension of Oral Tradition (p 7-24); E.O. Erim's “Field Techniques for Recording the History of Segmentary Societies” (pp 25-40); Ade Obayemi's “Cultural Dynamics and History of the Niger-Benue Confluence Area before 1900” (pp 41-50); S.O. Babayemi's “The Ideological Base of Power of the Alaafinof Oyo and of his Chiefs” (pp 51-66); N.C. Ejituwu's “The Problem of Feedb ack in Oral Tradition: The Obolo (Andoni) Example” (pp 67-80); Owen J.M. Kalinga's “Oral Tradition and the Reconstruction of the Pre-colonial History of Malawi: A Reassessment” (pp 81-104); Adell Paton, Jr.'s “Oral Tradition in the Reconstruction of Ningi History ca. 1880-1908” (pp 105-126); Gloria Thomas Emeagwali's “Alternative Perspectives on the Reconstruction of the African Past: The Case of Walter Rodney” (pp 127-138); Ade Adefuye's “Recording the Oral History of the Palwo” (pp 139-156); Jan Vansina's “Ethnographyas History: The Past of the peoples in the Equatorial Rainforest of Africa ” (pp 157-192); E.J. Alagoa's “Oral Data as Archives in Africa” (pp 193-202); Nwanna Nzewunwa's “The Organisation of Pre-historic Research in Nigeria”(pp 203-215). Covers rubbed and browned, else good to very good. 20.00

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