2 edition of Historical perspectives on Nigeria"s post-colonial conflicts found in the catalog.
Historical perspectives on Nigeria"s post-colonial conflicts
2007 by Printed and published for the Historical Society of Nigeria [by] Unimark Limited in Lagos .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Olayemi Akinwumi, Sati U. Fwatshak, Okpeh O. Okpeh Jnr.|
|Contributions||Akinwumi, Olayemi., Fwatshak, Sati Umaru., Okpeh, Okpeh Ochayi., Historical Society of Nigeria.|
|LC Classifications||HN831.Z9 S6246 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 424 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||424|
|LC Control Number||2008489096|
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The top 10 books about Nigeria a readable and scrupulously fair history of a conflict that aroused great passions across Africa and in Britain. legacy in a history of Nigeria blended with. The consequences of this transformation in post-colonial Nigeria have influenced greatly the nature of politics and religious conflict in Nigeria.
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Nigeria suffers a variety of complex political problems including inequality, corruption, oil disputes, national disunity, and the Boko Haram insurgency.
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inevitability of exploring the post –colonial Nigeria becomes expedient as idyllic history that draws upon true identity and ethos of Nigeria is increasingly interrogated (Ekeh,). The preservation of Nigeria‟s cultural and historical artifact is sought for, in an attempt to recolonize.
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Contents Definition of ColonialismEffects/Impact of Colonialism on Nigeria Definition of Colonialism Colonialism means a system which the Europeans adopted in ruling the colonies of Africa to their own benefits.
It also means foreign rule on foreign lands. The impact of colonialism in Nigeria could be discussed under political, economic, social, educational and religious aspects. Effects. In his latest work ‘The Postcolonial State in Africa: Fifty Years of Independence, – ’, Professor Crawford Young has, with habitual lucid simplicity of text, encyclopaedic gaze and insightfully nuanced analysis, joined in the flowering of celebrations of golden jubilees of Uhuru that bloomed across the African continent since ; with Uganda’s turn arriving in when the.
historical areas of similarities and connectivity among pre-colonial Nigerian people. This approach brings to the fore the convergent rather than divergent elements capable of promoting peaceful co-existence among post-colonial Nigerians.
Introduction Nigeria is often described in. This book, which also emphasizes the existence of a link or a sense of organic continuity within African literary tradition, between the pre-colonial and post-colonial forms of drama and theatre, will be of interest to general readers and a valuable guide to students and scholars of African literature and society.
Postcolonial literature is the literature by people from formerly colonized countries. It exists on all continents except Antarctica. Postcolonial literature often addresses the problems and consequences of the decolonization of a country, especially questions relating to the political and cultural independence of formerly subjugated people, and themes such as racialism and colonialism.
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This analytic layer is advanced as crucial for in depth appreciation of the dynamic of conflict and understanding of the process of state implosion in the post-colonial African states system. Dr. Ochonu is Professor of African History at Vanderbilt University and is the author of "Colonialism By Proxy: Hausa Imperial Agents and Middle Belt Consciousness in Nigeria.
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Rider Haggard in South Africa, Rudyard Kipling in India, and Joyce Cary in Nigeria, describe the colonized country, culture, and people from a detached outsider's perspective.Let's start by examining the causes of conflict in Nigeria from a religious perspective.
The main reason for this is an intolerance between religious groups. The struggle between religious groups in Nigeria started in the middle of the 20th century.
Before that, tensions between rivalry groups were covered and maintained by the colonial regime.As the swollen and testy river of the post-colonial state in Nigerian rushes headlong towards its rendezvous with destiny and history, let us try to isolate in no particular order a few of the.