1 edition of Boston University papers in African history found in the catalog.
Boston University papers in African history
|Statement||edited by Jeffrey Butler.|
|Series||Boston University papers on Africa, v.1-2, Papers on Africa -- 1-2.|
|The Physical Object|
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Contains books and journal articles with abstracts. If the minor field lies within the discipline of history, it should be outside the period or outside the country covered by the major field. The vacated building was purchased by BU to house the School Boston University papers in African history book Education.
Organized into major document groups, minor collections, and materials from other countries. Minor fields should be more broadly defined and span no less than a century.
Would you recommend this book to others, and if so, for whom is it appropriate? Bloomington: Indiana University Press, She has further published two books in Spanish and authored about seven dozen articles, winning several awards for her publications. Women of the Depression: caste and culture in San Antonio, The campaign has funded 74 new faculty positions, including 49 named full professorships and 25 Career Development Professorships.
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Faragher uses diaries, journals and memoirs to analyze the emigration and the previous lifestyle of the midwestern farming families who migrated. Guide to the records of the National Council of Negro Women, In consultation with their advisor, students may decide to be examined in a field outside the discipline of history, such as literature, philosophy, anthropology, economics, or the law.
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Ivor Miller is a cultural historian specializing in the African Diaspora in Boston University papers in African history book Caribbean and the Americas. He has conducted research in Cuba since and in Nigeria and Cameroon since He is currently a Senior Lecturer in the Department of History & International Studies.
University of Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. Boston University papers on Africa: transition in African politics / Edited by Jeffrey Butler and A. A. Castagno. Format Book Published New York, Published for the African Studies Center of Boston University [by] Praeger  Description ix, p.
illus. 25 cm. Other contributors Butler, Jeffrey. Jul 05, · All we need is the price of a paperback book to sustain a non-profit website the whole world depends on.
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