Exploitation and Misrule in Colonial and Postcolonial Africa
|Title||Exploitation and Misrule in Colonial and Postcolonial Africa|
"Exploitation and Misrule in Colonial and Postcolonial Africa" is a comprehensive exploration of the legacy of colonialism in Africa and its continuing impact on the continent. The book features contributions from a range of scholars, who examine the various ways in which European powers exploited and misruled African peoples during the colonial era, and how these legacies continue to shape African societies today. The authors also explore the challenges faced by African nations in the postcolonial era, including the ongoing struggles for political and economic independence, and the ways in which neocolonialism and global power dynamics continue to shape African development. Through their insightful analysis, the authors demonstrate the enduring impact of colonialism on Africa, while also highlighting the resilience and agency of African peoples in the face of these challenges. This book is an important resource for scholars, policymakers, and anyone interested in understanding the complex history and ongoing struggles of the African continent.
|Author||Kenneth Kalu and Toyin Falola (ed.)|
|Edition||African Histories and Modernities first edition|
|Number of Pages||303|
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