Essays in Honour of Professor Robert Addo-Fening
This book is an embroidered history, culture, and heritage of Ghana covering the precolonial epoch, colonial period, and post-colonial era with a sheer breadth of inquiry in honour of an evergreen Ghanaian historian, Professor Robert Addo-Fening, who was instrumental in training a generation of Ghanaian historians. The thematic scope, linguistic panache, epistemological rendering, and structural relevance make the book accessible to the general public and the academy. It will meet the needs of students of historical, heritage, transnational, ethnic, sociological, religious and epidemiological studies, among others. Undoubtedly, this fascinating book is welcome addition to the history of Ghana.
|229 x 152 mm
|Langaa RPCIG, Cameroon