Africa in Fragments: Essays on Nigeria, Africa, and Global Africanity

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Diasporic Africa Press, Aug 4, 2014 - History - 342 pages
"Africa in Fragments" is one of a few texts to tackle many topics on the position and challenges of Africa, its peoples, and its diaspora in the world today. It is part of a new genre that makes old and new academic debates on the problems and predicaments of Africanness accessible 
to a broad spectrum of audiences while outlining and defending the author's own compelling arguments. This book is also one of a few texts breaking new ground by bringing nation, continent, and diaspora into conversation. It weaves together analyses of Nigerian, African, and global African topics in an informed but polemical style, challenges readers to rethink their preconceptions on the topics, and offers profoundly new insights into these issues.

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