Books in category Literary Collections – African | Page 5

  • Contested Power in Angola 1840s to the Present

    Contested Power in Angola, 1840s to the Present
    Linda Marinda Heywood

    A detailed historiographical examination of the role the Ovimbundu people have played in Angolan politics from Portuguese colonization to the present.

  • Fighting for Britain

    Fighting for Britain
    David Killingray, Martin Plaut

    smithsThe first major study of the experiences of the hun

  • The Fante and the Transatlantic Slave Trade

    The Fante and the Transatlantic Slave Trade
    Rebecca Shumway

    Examines the history of the Fante people of Southern Ghana during the transatlantic slave trade, 1700 to 1807.

  • Shelling women for pleasure in Sunset at Dawn An analysis of the abused woman in African literature

    “Shelling” women for pleasure in “Sunset at Dawn”. An analysis of the abused woman in African literature
    Wazha Lopang

    Essay from the year 2017 in the subject Literature – Africa, University of Botswana, language: English, abstract: The African continent is synonymous with war and women are caught up in it in the perpetual role of the victim.

  • Diamonds Dispossession Democracy in Botswana

    Diamonds, Dispossession & Democracy in Botswana
    Kenneth Good

    Analyses the limits to democracy in Botswana.

  • Reluctant Modernists

    Reluctant Modernists
    Peter Edgerly Firchow

    The publication of some of his hitherto uncollected essays in this volume is intended to honor

  • Ben Enwonwu

    Ben Enwonwu
    Sylvester Okwunodu Ogbechie

    An intellectual biography of a modern African artist and his immense contribution to twentieth-century art history.

  • Under African Skies

    Under African Skies
    Charles Larson

    Spanning a wide geographical range, this collection features many of the now prominent first generation of African writers and draws attention to a new generation of writers.

  • The Conscript

    The Conscript
    Gebreyesus Hailu

    Eloquent and thought-provoking, this classic novel by the Eritrean novelist Gebreyesus Hailu, written in Tigrinya in 1927 and published in 1950, is one of the earliest novels written in an African language and will have a major impact on …

  • Edward Wilmot Blyden and the Racial Nationalist Imagination

    Edward Wilmot Blyden and the Racial Nationalist Imagination
    Teshale Tibebu

    A critical study of Edward Wilmot Blyden, whose voluminous writings laid the groundwork for some of the most important African and black diasporic thinkers of the twentieth century.

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