Identity Meets Nationality
Voices From the HumanitieseBook - 2011
Questions about how social conditioning and historical circumstances influence assumptions about who we are and how others perceive who we are have attracted wide ranging discussion across the disciplines in the arts, humanities and allied sciences. Simultaneously, since the Independence period, scholars have deliberated over the varied implications of new states emerging throughout Africa. The peer-reviewed selected papers for this anthology represent a cross section of the diverse perspectives reflecting research and cross-disciplinary collaborations undertaken by members of the University of Ghana faculty and graduate students working in archaeology, literary criticism of African as well as English and Russian literatures, economics, history, cognitive psychology, linguistics, dance, music, philosophy, sociology, and the study of religions.
Publisher: Ghana : Sub-Saharan Publishers, 2011.
Branch Call Number: ELECTRONIC BOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xiv, 297 p.)
Call Number: ELECTRONIC BOOK