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by Robert W. Harms,Joseph C. Miller,David S. Newbury

eBook Paths Toward the Past: African Historical Essays in Honor of Jan Vansina download ISBN: 091845672X
Author: Robert W. Harms,Joseph C. Miller,David S. Newbury
Publisher: African Studies Assn (August 1, 1994)
Language: English
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Paths Toward The Past book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Paths Toward The Past: African Historical Essays In Honor Of Jan Vansina. by. Robert W. Harms (Contributor)

Robert W. Harms (born February 10, 1946) is an American historian and Henry J. .

Robert W. Heinz Professor of History & African Studies at Yale University Books. The Diligent: A Voyage Through the Worlds of the Slave Trade, New York: Basic Books, 2002. "Robert Harms CV" (PDF). Retrieved 4 November 2018.

Honorary Fellow, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 22 January 2009. Export citation Request permission.

Paths Toward the Past: African Historical Essays in Honor of Jan Vansina. Atlanta: African Studies Association Press, 1994. Early Globalization and the Slave Trade, Yale Global Online, May 9, 2003. The Voyage of The Diligent: Model or AntiModel?

1994 "The Central Sudan and the Atlantic Slave Trade," in Robert W. Harms, Joseph C. Miller, David C. Newbury, and Michelle D. Wagner, Paths to the Past: African Historical Essays in Honor of Jan Vansina (Atlanta: African Studies Association Press), 345-70.

Paths toward the past: African historical essays in honor of Jan Vansina (African Studies Assn, 1994). Whitehead, Neil L. (Spring 1995).

Jan Vansina (14 September 1929 – 8 February 2017) was a Belgian historian and anthropologist regarded as an authority on the history of Central Africa. He was a major innovator in the historical methodology of oral history. A Study in Historical Methodology (Translated from the French by H. M. Wright). London: Routledge & Kegan Paul. Kingdoms of the Savanna. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press. Paths toward the past: African historical essays in honor of Jan Vansina (African Studies Assn, 1994). Interview with Jan Vansina". The Wars of August: Diagonal Narrative in African History. Philip Stigger, Robert W. Harms, Joseph Calder Miller, David Newbury, Michèle D. Wagner. Mil. Paths Toward the Past. Are you sure you want to remove Paths Toward the Past from your list? Paths Toward the Past. African Historical Essays in Honor of Janvansina. by Robert W. Miller. Published August 1994 by African Studies Association.

In Paths Toward the Past: African Historical Essays in Honor of Jan Vansina. R. W. Harns, J. C. Miller, D. S. Newbury, and M. D. Wagner, eds. Pp. 211–222. Atlanta, GA: African Studies Association Press. Fruit of the Motherland: Gender in an Egalitarian Society. New York: Columbia University Press. Levy, Robert I. 1973. Tahitians: Mind and Experience in the Society Islands. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Joseph Calder Miller was the T. Cary Johnson Jr. professor of history at the University of Virginia since 1972. He wrote extensively on the early history of Africa, especially Angola, the Atlantic slave trade, women and slavery, and child slavery. David Starr Newbury is the Gwendolen Carter professor of African studies at Smith College, Massachusetts.