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RANGER, T.O. (ed.). NYERERE, Julius SHEPPERSON, George BENNETT, Norman R. Listings

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1 RANGER, T.O. (ed.). NYERERE, Julius SHEPPERSON, George BENNETT, Norman R. Emerging Themes of African History. Proceedings of the International Congress of African Historians held at University College, Dar es Salaam, October1965.
East African Publishing House, Nairobi, Kenya, 1968, 
RANGER, T.O. (ed.). Emerging Themes of African History. Proceedings of the International Congress of African Historians held at University College, Dar es Salaam, October 1965. (Nairobi, Kenya) : East African Publishing House, (1968). Pp (2),[i]-xxii,(2),[1]-230,(4). Index. black cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Contents : Introduction (by Terence Ranger). 1. Opening speech(by Julius Nyerere). 2. The historiographical tradition of African Islam ( by Osman Sid Ahmed Ismail). 3. External Arabic sources for the history of Africa to the south of the Sahara (by T. Lewicki). 4. Reflections on Muslim historiography in Africa (by Nehemia Levtzion). 5. Can we enrich current historiography by drawing on the traditional and Islamic past (by B. Kamian).6. Towards a periodisation of African history (by Ivan Hrbek). 7. Western historiography and its relevance to Africa (by Roland Oliver). 8. Archaeology: its uses and abuses (by Merrick Posnansky). 9. The problems and character of African history (by R. Cornevin). 10. The use of ethnographic data assources of history (by Jan Vansina). 11. The role of the pastoralist and t he agriculturalist in African history (by Bethwell A. Ogot). 12. The slave trade and African society (by K.Y. Daaku). 13. The East African slave trade(by Norman R. Bennett). 14. Introduction to the African diaspora (by Josep h E. Harris). 15. The African abroad or the African diaspora (by George Shepperson). 16. African resistance and rebellion against the imposition of colonial rule (by A.B. Davidson). 17. The continuity of African institutions under colonialism (by J.F. Ade Ajayi). 18. The emergence of African nations(by John Lonsdale). Corners bumped, name, else very good in poor, worn, to rn and wrinkled dustjacket. 45.00

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