Poison and Medicine
Title Details

288 Pages

22.7 x 14.2 cm

6 b/w, 2 line illus.

Series: Social History of Africa

Imprint: James Currey

Poison and Medicine

Ethnicity, Power and Violence in a Nigerian City, 1966-1986

by Douglas A. Anthony

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An historical view of ethnic conflict in Nigeria.
A study of links between interethnic conflict and processes of reconciliation in the ethnically charged setting of Kano, northern Nigeria. It shows how the Igbos renegotiated a position for themselves in the new political environment of Kano following the Nigerian Civil War of 1967-1970.

North America: Heinemann
"... a discriminating analysis of how the Ibo community returned to Kano and renegotiated a new political and economic position in the years following the Nigerian civil war of 1967-1970... . Here is a book of current as well as historical interest." Anthony Kirk-Greene, THE BRITAIN NIGERIAN ASSOCIATION NEWSLETTER

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9780852559543

December 2002

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Title Details

288 Pages

2.27 x 1.42 cm

6 b/w, 2 line illus.

Series: Social History of Africa

Imprint: James Currey