Africa in Europe : Antiquity Into the Age of Global Exploration
Africa in Europe, in two volumes, is an interdisciplinary work about Europeans that demonstrates fluid boundaries and connections between them and Africans from antiquity until the present. Written by a scholar with expertise that includes anthropology, social history, and international relations, the subject matter of this fascinating work ranges from science to art and invites much new thinking about racism, territoriality, citizenship, and frontiers in a world that is increasingly globalized.
- Electronic book text | 260 pages
- Lexington Books
- MD, United States
The first such extensive overview drawn heavily from available scholarly literature, this interpretive textbook makes a very plausible case for reconsidering the anthropological and historical relationship between Africa and Europe within a framework thatavoids preoccupation with race and color, rejects a division of Africa into Sub-Saharan and Northern, and discounts the Mediterranean as a significant boundary between the two continents....--Allison Blakely
About Stefan Goodwin
Stefan Goodwin is the author of Africa's Legacies of Urbanization (Lexington Books 2006).