African History and Culture
African History and Culture

The African History and Culture book series builds on and extends Michigan State University’s commitment (and that of MSU Press) to the study of Africa. This series explores history, anthropology, sociology, and political science, as well as interdisciplinary studies, works on the African diaspora, and digital scholarship.

Series Editor: Peter Alegi, Michigan State University

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City of Broken Dreams
Myth-Making, Nationalism and the University in an African Motor City
Contours of Change
Muslim Courts, Women, and Islamic Society in Colonial Bathurst, the Gambia, 1905-1965