Klaas van Walraven, ed. The Individual in African History: The Importance of Biography in African Historical Studies. African Dynamics Series. Leiden: Brill, 2020. Illustrations. xii + 304 pp. $73.00 (paper), ISBN 978-90-04-40781-7.
Reviewed by Diana Wylie (Boston University) Published on H-Africa (January, 2021) Commissioned by David D. Hurlbut (Independent Scholar)
Hello. I don't see links to the sourcebook documents mentioned. Is this a forthcoming work or is it available now? If available now, how does one access it?
[Ed: I apologize, the link was cut off. Here it is: https://nsarchive.gwu.edu/briefing-book-sourcebook/foia/2021-01-13/capit... ]
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MAKING THE IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE: THE STORY OF PUERTO RICAN STUDIES IN BROOKLYN COLLEGE tells the story of the student-led struggle to win Puerto Rican Studies at Brooklyn College, CUNY, in the late 1960s.
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