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African History: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) free read Ê 106 ↠ [Reading] ➻ African History: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) By John Parker – Citybreakscheap.co.uk This Very Short Introduction looks at Africa's past and reflects on the chEr given such a lack of documentary evidence How did Africa interact with the world years ago Africa has been known as 'the cradle of mankind' and its recoverable history stretches back to the Pharaohs But the idea of studying African history is History: A Very ePUB itself new and the authors show why it is still contested and controversial This VSI the first concise work of its kind will prove essential reading for anyone interested in the African continent and the diversity of human histor.

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Important aspects of Africa's history with a range of fascinating historical examples drawn from over millennia across this vast continent The multitude of topics that the reader will learn about in this succinct work include the unity and diversity of African cultures slavery religion African History: eBook colonial conuest the diaspora and the importance of history in understanding contemporary Africa The book examines uestions such as Who invented the idea of Africa How is African history pieced togeth.

African History: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) free read Ê 106 Librarian Note There is than A Very MOBI ô one author by this name in the Goodreads databaseJohn Parker teaches African history at the School of Oriental and African Studies University of London He specializes in the history of Ghana.

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  • Sean Mccarrey

    African History: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) free read Ê 106 African History, A Very Short Introduction , Very Short IntroductionsThis is perhaps the worst way I could think of introducing someone to African History unless of course it's your intent to bore the ever loving crap out of them The crux of this book's downfall lies in its lack of any substantial history I realize that methodology and identity are huge subjects to tackle when addressing a subject like Africa further the history of its history how people viewed it how it has changed over time etc is also of crucial importance However to talk about all of these things in 149 pages in a book called African History without giving a substantial overview of Africa's History or even to cite major examples in hi


  • robin friedman

    African History: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) free read Ê 106 African History, A Very Short Introduction , Very Short IntroductionsAfrican History In The Very Short Introduction SeriesThe Very Short Introduction series of Oxford University Press offers readers the opportu


  • Ronan

    African History: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) free read Ê 106 African History, A Very Short Introduction , Very Short IntroductionsThis is not a book about the history of Africa It is a book about African history as a discipline The writing can be uite tedious and there is plenty of academic second guessing and naval gazing The best thing about a Very Short Introduction is how it can condense a topic down to its core parts using clear and simple language This book does the opposite inflating the history of Africa into some mass of fragile narratives and counter narratives There were some illuminating moments but overall I am none the wiser about African History beyond what would be useful during a postmodernist discussion in a university common room


  • Ahmad Sharabiani

    African History: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) free read Ê 106 African History, A Very Short Introduction , Very Short IntroductionsAfrican History A Very Short Introduction Very Short Introductions #160 John Parker This Very Short Introduction looks at Africa's past and reflects on the changing ways it has been imagined and represented both in Africa and beyond


  • Amirography

    African History: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) free read Ê 106 African History, A Very Short Introduction , Very Short IntroductionsA very interesting book It's a meta history of Africa The author talks about the very different views on the African history how it is conducted and how we should study it I found it as what I expect VSI to beFluency 45Style45Content 55


  • Shawn Mooney (Shawn The Book Maniac)

    African History: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) free read Ê 106 African History, A Very Short Introduction , Very Short IntroductionsAt last a wee book from this very mediocre series that's actually well worth somebody's time In fine academic prose that is actually pleasant to read these professors provide a cogent summary of – you guessed it – African history I learned a heckuva lot and my future reading of African literature shall be that much well informed I also want to now read African history widely too


  • Benjamin Fasching-Gray

    African History: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) free read Ê 106 African History, A Very Short Introduction , Very Short IntroductionsIt's not an introduction to Africa's past it's an introduction to the big uestions around researching African History I loved it


  • Pedro

    African History: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) free read Ê 106 African History, A Very Short Introduction , Very Short IntroductionsA very short introduction it's a very good summary of the main topics that are needed for the elemental understanding of the historiography of Africa It is a very useful book to have if you want to know what to research or how to begin a study on the continent's past present and even future It does not give you the answers but what and how to look for them Highly recommended


  • Lois

    African History: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) free read Ê 106 African History, A Very Short Introduction , Very Short IntroductionsThis starts off great but largely devolves into white supremacist and racist bullshitThe author spends a good portion of the book defining who Africans are why it's not ok to associate Africans with Black people and why the fact that this happens is the fault of Black AmericansOnly that's not historically accurateThe concept of race is created by white slace owners in what is now Virginia in response to an uprising on which poor white indentured servants made cause with enslaved blacks Rich whites created their own category white and gave poor whites rights they denied Blacks free or enslaved Modern racism as we know it was bornThe Americans that did that were actually part of the British Empire and they were whiteAs soon as we are able to Black Intellectuals throughout the Diaspora and colonized Africa began to take control o


  • Isaac Holloway

    African History: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) free read Ê 106 African History, A Very Short Introduction , Very Short IntroductionsA well constructed survey of African history as a discipline Particularly instructive were the complexities of involved with the concepts of African unity vs diversity who counts when we talk about something as African the African diaspora and the agency of Africans in colonialism It also comes with a reading list for further study