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eBook Precolonial African Intergroup Relations in Kauru and Pengana Polities of Central Nigerian Highlands 1800-1900 (Europäische Hochschulschriften / ... / Publications Universitaires Européennes) epub
  • ISBN: 363131020X
  • Author: John Garah Nengel
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Humanities
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften (February 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 260 pages
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The study examines the interrelationships which evolved among the rural polities of Kauru and Pengana hills in the Central Nigerian Highlands.

The study examines the interrelationships which evolved among the rural polities of Kauru and Pengana hills in the Central Nigerian Highlands. It analyses the relations within and between these polities and between them and the Islamic states which emerged in their neighbourhood and which tried to bring the polities under their control. It considers both patterns of peaceful coexistence and military confrontations. The volume is a significant contribution to the growing body of literature on the historiography of African intergroup relations

April 25, 2010 History. Series III, History and allied studies,, vol. 814 , Europäische Hochschulschriften. Reihe III, Geschichte und ihre Hilfswissenschaften ;, Bd.

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The study examines the interrelationships which evolved among the rural polities of Kauru and Pengana hills in the Central Nigerian Highlands

The study examines the interrelationships which evolved among the rural polities of Kauru and Pengana hills in the Central Nigerian Highlands.

This novel was once assigned a central position in the canon of Anglo-Indian novel. However, in the present age, it has been displaced from its position of eminence

This novel was once assigned a central position in the canon of Anglo-Indian novel. However, in the present age, it has been displaced from its position of eminence. This article contends that the present marginalization of Tara can be related to the change in the. The ideological position of contemporary readers and critics make them approach colonial texts with a different mindset than their predecessors. This in turn affects the canon, modifying and altering it in the process. The present marginalization of Tara highlights how the changes in politics and practice of reading affect the canon formation of Anglo-Indian novels.

He adds the significant contribution made by Africans to struggle among the Great Powers

He adds the significant contribution made by Africans to struggle among the Great Powers. He states that one million people of African descent fought for the Allies in World War I and two million in World War I. .Khapoya considers the colonisers' administrative styles. The French, the Portuguese, the Germans and the Belgians exercised a highly centralised type of administration called 'direct rule. The British sought to rule by identifying local power holders and encouraging or forcing these to administer for the British Empire.

Publication date 01 Nov 1997. Publisher Peter Lang AG. Publication City/Country Bern, Switzerland. Precolonial African Intergroup Relations in Kauru and Pengana Polities of Central Nigerian Highlands 1800-1900.

Precolonial African Intergroup Relations in the Kauru and Pengana Polities of Central Nigerian Highlands 1800-1900. J. G. Nengel (1999) · European University Studies: Series III · Vol. 814 · Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.

Intergroup relations were also fostered by migrations, socio- religious and cultural matters, even as many had diplomatic and deliberate friendly ties. At colonial subjugation, intergroup relations became further heightened but issues of ethnicity were still insignificant since the colonies were governed by non-. 3 J. O. Odeyemi Africans who also used force of arms to hold the colonies in place as required. Ethnic rivalry was very minimal as they willy-nilly submitted to their foreign conquerors

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The study examines the interrelationships which evolved among the rural polities of Kauru and Pengana hills in the Central Nigerian Highlands. It analyses the relations within and between these polities and between them and the Islamic states which emerged in their neighbourhood and which tried to bring the polities under their control. It considers both patterns of peaceful coexistence and military confrontations. The volume is a significant contribution to the growing body of literature on the historiography of African intergroup relations. It is a major addition in the search for the basis of conflict resolutions in North Central Nigeria.
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