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Africa in time-perspective discussion of historical reconstruction from unwritten sources

Daniel F. McCall

Africa in time-perspective discussion of historical reconstruction from unwritten sources

by Daniel F. McCall

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Published by Oxford University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Historical research,
  • Africa -- Historiography

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby Daniel F. McCall.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsD13 M22 1969
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 179 p. :
    Number of Pages179
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19721057M

    The study of African history as an independent and autonomous focus of scholarship is a recent development. Until the late colonial period, it was widely believed among Western historians that Africa, south of the Sahara, had no “civilization” and thus no history. remain major sources for the reconstruction of the African past. European. There are several sources of African history, one of which is a griot. A griot is an oral historian that recounts the history of Africa in song, story, or poetic form. Other sources of African history include museums, archives, and libraries. One of the best sources of African history is being able.

    Get an answer for 'What are the sources historians use to reconstruct the events of history or to research and critique history?' and find homework help for other History (General) questions at eNotes. Africa in time-perspective: a discussion of historical reconstruction from unwritten sources. D 13 M22 Making history: an introduction to the history and practices of a discipline / edited by Peter Lambert and Phillipp Schofield.

    OTHER: Africa in Time‐Perspective: A Discussion on Historical Reconstruction from Unwritten Sources. Daniel F. McCall. Conrad C. Reining; Visit the new American Anthropologist website for supplementary material, multimodal productions, teaching resources, a podcast, and more. Africa in time-perspective: a discussion of historical reconstruction from unwritten sources / Paperback ed. / New York: Oxford University Press, Boston University papers on Africa 3, Eastern African history / Edited by Daniel F. Mc Call, Norman R. Bennett, Jeffrey Butler / New York: Published for the African Studies Center of Boston.


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The third section mines old documentary sources for new historical perspectives. The fourth section deals with the method most often associated with African historians, that of drawing historical data from oral tradition. The fifth section is devoted to essays that present innovative sources and methods for African historical research.

African history has been a challenge for researchers because of scarce written sources in many regions, especially sub – Saharan Africa.

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This collection of essays is an at‐ tempt to update McCall's earlier work, acknowl‐ edging that African history and the disciplines. African History: Sources, Methods, and Approaches. Forty years after the publication of Daniel McCall's.

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Writing African History is an essential work for anyone who wants to write, or even seriously read, African history. It will replace Daniel McCall's classic Africa in Time Perspective as the introduction to African history for the next generation and as a reference for professional historians, interested readers, and anyone who wants to understand how African history is s: 2.

3 McCall, Daniel, Africa in Time Perspective: a Discussion of Historical Reconstruction from Unwritten Sources (Boston, ).

4 The most famous ones of these were the Benin and Yoruba research by: 4. Following this, this study will also highlight various historical processes from the pre-colonial time to colonial administration in Kenya based on the Mau Mau organization, composition and its impacts.

His reconstruction of Africans History. The work of B.A Ogot presents various aspects of both pre-colonial history and colonial era in Africa. No comprehensive study study of the written sources of African history has so far been made because of chronological or regional specialization; the rare studies made have always been associated with compartmentalized fields of scholarly research.

Black Africa made a later appearance both in written history and as a field of modern research.Forty years after the publication of Daniel McCall's Africa in Time Perspective: A Discussion of Historical Reconstruction from Unwritten Sources, John Edward Philips and a team of experts in different fields have produced Writing African History.