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The book is about the problems of the black race.Paper back Pages: 289 Author: Areoye Oyebola
This collection of the essays and books of the late Professor J. A. Atanda covers the broad spectrum of his work on the Yoruba, the Old and New Oyo Empire, colonial Nigeria and Buganda, and reflective essays on a newly independent Nigeria. Pages: 702 Paper back
The long and arduous struggle for human and civil rights is a defining theme in the historical experiences of African people and their descendants in the Diaspora. Challenges to fundamental human and civil rights continue to manifest in multiple dimensions, and are still critical issues in the political, economic, and social realities of black people....
Grounded in the ideas of modernity and progress, this book dwells on the difficulties and challenges of transforming Nigeria.
Women pioneers and achievers are celebrated because they refuse to be distracted by the myriad existent factors that seek to prevent women from becoming achievers.Hard Back Pages: 161
This is a book on the life and career of Professor J. F. Ade Ajayi, a distinguished historian, administrator, intellectual and builder of institutions, a renaissance man and a gentleman.Paper back Pages: 558
In a staggering collection of essays that celebrate African history in a multi-coloured fashion, this reader centres the interpretation of the continent’s past, present and future on the elucidation of the nature of the contradictions of the concepts and processes of nationalism and culture.Hard Cover Pages: 1032
The Ozidi Saga is one of Africa's best known prosimetric epics, set in the Delta region of Nigeria. Hard back Pages: 279
Through chapters on motherhood, marriage, education, public charity, and the sale of slaves, insight is gained into the role of patriarchy both as a guiding ideology and lived history in the Caribbean's longest lasting slave society. Hard cover Pages: 223
With an ever increasing number of young Africans diving into the unknown each year, in search of a better life abroad, Segun Adeniyi's From Frying Pan to Fire could not have come at a better time.
Andrew Feinstein is on a mission to expose the lies, corruption and death-dealing at the heart of the modern arms trade.
In this book Martin Meredith examines and explains the myriad problems that Africa has faced in the past half-century, focusing upon key personalities, events and themes of the independence era.