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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780742537323
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Publication date: 11/16/2011
Series: Human Tradition around the World Series , #49
Pages: 288
Product dimensions: 6.20(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.10(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Dennis D. Cordell is professor of history and associate dean at Southern Methodist University.

Table of Contents

Introduction: People and History in Modern Africa
Dennis D. Cordell
Part I: Encounters: Two Worlds and New Worlds, 1800–1850
Chapter 1: José Manuel and Nbena in Benguela in the Late 1810s: Encounters with Enslavement
José C. Curto
Chapter 2: Efusetan Aniwura of Ibadan (1820s–1874): A Woman Who Rose to the Rank of a Chief but Whom Male Rivals Destroyed
Toyin Falola
Chapter 3: Moka of Bioko (late 1820s–1899): The Chief Who United a Central African Island
Ibrahim Sundiata
Part II: Fashioning African Identities in the Era of European Conquest, 1850–1910
Chapter 4: Hamet Gora Diop (1846–1910): Merchant and Notable from Saint-Louis in Senegal
Mamadou Diouf
Chapter 5: Samuel Johnson (1846–1901) and The History of the Yorubas: Christianity and a New Intelligentsia in West Africa
Toyin Falola
Chapter 6: Stories of Cape Slavery and Emancipation in the Nineteenth Century
Pamela Scully
Chapter 7: Mama Adolphina Unda (c. 1880–1931): The Salvation of a Dynastic Family and the Foundation of Fipa Catholicism, 1898–1914
Marcia Wright
Part III: The Contradictions of Colonialism, 1910–1960: Exploitation and New Rights
Chapter 8: Colonial Administrator Adolphe A. M. Taillebourg (1874–1934): Strict Interpreter of the Law or Humanitarian?
Issiaka Mandé
Chapter 9: Louis Brody (1892–1951) of Cameroon and Mohammed Bayume Hussein (1904–1944) of Former German East Africa: Variety Show Performers and the Black Community in Germany between the Wars
Andreas Eckert
Chapter 10: Siti binti Saad (c. 1885–1950): “Giving Voice to the Voiceless,” Swahili Music, and the Global Recording Industry in the 1920s and 1930s
Laura Fair
Chapter 11: Maryan Muuse Boqor (b. 1938) and the Women Who Inspired Her: Memories of a Mogadishu Childhood
Lidwien Kapteijns and Maryan Muuse Boqor
Part IV: Globalization, Family Strategies, and New Threats in the Era of Independence, 1960–2012
Chapter 12: Wambui Waiyaki Otieno Mbugua (b. 1928): Gender Politics in Kenya from the Mau Mau Rebellion to the Pro-Democracy Movement
Cora Ann Presley
Chapter 13: Tina (b. 1942) of Côte d’Ivoire: Success in the Masculine World of Plantation Managers
Agnès Adjamagbo
Chapter 14: Samba Sylla (b. 1948), Doulo Fofanna (b. 1948 or 1949), and Djénébou Traore (b. 1972): The Colonies Come to France
Dennis D. Cordell and Carolyn F. Sargent
Chapter 15: Foday (b. ca. 1974) Meets the Rebels in 1991: Diamonds Are Not a Boy’s Best Friend
Doug Henry

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