AEHN Working Papers
AEHN Working Paper #36
African Socialism; or the Search for an Indigenous Model of Economic Development
AEHN Blog Articles
Interview: Emmanuel AkyeampongEmmanuel Akyeampong and Michiel de Haas - 12 February 2018
Emmanuel Akyeampong is professor of History, African and African American Studies, and the Oppenheimer Faculty Director of the Harvard University Center for African Studies at Harvard University. His publications include Themes in West Africa’s History (2005), which he edited; Between the Sea and the Lagoon: An Eco-Social History of the Anlo of Southeastern Ghana, 1850 to Recent Times (2001); and Drink, Power and Cultural Change: A Social History of Alcohol in Ghana, c. 1800 to Present Times (1996).
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