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Reconstructing the Nation in Africa

Amoah, Michael (2007) Reconstructing the Nation in Africa. Tauris Academic Studies, London. ISBN 978-1-84511-259-2

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Additional Information: a]. POLITICAL SCIENCE b]. A survey of theorizing on Nationalism, with findings resulting from both ethnological and quantitative methods. c]. The monograph introduces and develops: (i) the ‘Rationalization of Ethnonationalism’; (ii) ‘Reconstructing the Nation’; and (iii) the Microstudy of Nationalism. (iv) It also assembles the complete jigsaw of anthropological and historical evidence which successfully traces the majority of Modern Ghana to the Ancient Ghana Empire of the Western Sudan. d]. (i) Monograph is Volume 19 of the International Library of African Studies. (ii) Author has been invited to speak at a Symposium in the Brunei Lecture Theatre on 2 May 2007 – an event jointly organized by the Ghana High Commission, SOAS Department of the Languages and Cultures of Africa, and the Black Cultural Archives, as part of the Ghana Heritage season to mark the 50th anniversary of Independence. e]. The monograph derives from author’s PhD thesis.
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