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    Okon Edet Uya,J. Erim
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    Fourth Dimension Publishing Co Ltd ,Nigeria (December 1985)
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Perspective and Methods of Studying African History, Fourth Dimension. Similar methods were later used in historical studies of Bornu, Sokoto, Kano, Katsina, Daura and Maradi. and Uya . (e., Perspective and Methods of Studying African History, Fourth Dimension, 1984. A Guide to History method. A Guide to History method, Greenwood Press Connecticut, 1940. I hope this procedure may be helpful elsewhere, and to illustrate it shall describe the original inquiry at Zaria, results of which have already been published.

History, Howard University, USA,1972- 74;William LeoHansberry v-prof.

The Diopist tradition is derived from Diop's, Cheikh Anta trenchantly argued book, African Origin of Civilization: Myth or Reality? (New York, 1974).

Uya, O. Trends and Perspectives in African History in Uya, O. E. and Erim, . ed. Perspectives and Methods of Studying African History (Enugu, 1984), 1–9. 8. Kapteijns, African Historiography. The Diopist tradition is derived from Diop's, Cheikh Anta trenchantly argued book, African Origin of Civilization: Myth or Reality? (New York, 1974).

In Perspectives and methods of studying African history, e. What do peace studies contribute distinctively to the study of peace? Paper presented at BISA Conference, Bradford, The Richardson Institute, Lancaster University, December.

In Perspectives and methods of studying African history, ed. . Uya. Enugu: Fourth Dimension Publishing Company Lt. oogle Scholar. A glossary on terms and concepts in peace and conflict studies. Geneva: University for Peace. Towards a wider understanding of intergroup relations. In Race, ethnicity and nation building in Africa. Studies in intergroup relations, ed.

Through the ethnic lens: the study of atlantic africa.

This book is both a snapshot of current academic practice and an attempt to sort through some of the problems scholars face within this unfolding web of sources and methods. The book is divided into five sections, each of which begins with a short introduction by a distinguished Africanist scholar. 6 section introduction: methodology through the ethnic lens: the study of atlantic africa.

African studies is the study of Africa, especially the continent's cultures and societies (as opposed to its geology, geography, zoology, et. A specialist in African studies is often referred to as an "africanist".

Also see Eric E. Williams, British Historians and the West Indies, New York: Africana Publishing Corporation, 1966; Peter M. Bergman, A Chronological History of the Negro in America, New York: Harper & Row, 1969; and Okon Uya, African Diaspora; John Blassingame, New Perspectives on Black Studies, Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 1971.