State Building in the Niger Basin in the Common Era and Beyond, 1000–Mid 1800s: The Case of Yorubaland

@article{Ejiogu2011StateBI,
  title={State Building in the Niger Basin in the Common Era and Beyond, 1000–Mid 1800s: The Case of Yorubaland},
  author={E. Ejiogu},
  journal={Journal of Asian and African Studies},
  year={2011},
  volume={46},
  pages={593 - 614}
}
  • E. Ejiogu
  • Published 2011
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Asian and African Studies
  • Notwithstanding its destructive aspects, historical sociologists have severally used their work to establish that warfare has its constructive side especially in the realm of state building. Through their work, the literature in the sub-specialty is continuously updated with narratives and accounts of war making and state building in Europe and parts of Asia during the early modern era. Such narratives and accounts are troves of information that enrich our knowledge about the trajectories and… CONTINUE READING
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