Rathbone, Richard

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RATHBONE, Richard. British, b. 1942. Genres: Area studies, Politics/ Government, History. Career: University of London, England, lecturer at Institute of Commonwealth Studies, 1967-69, lecturer at School of Oriental and African Studies, 1969-85, senior lecturer, 1985-94, professor of history, 1994-, dean of graduate school, 1991-95. Harvard University, fellow at W.E.B. Du Bois Institute, 1986; Princeton University, Shelby Cullom Davis fellow, 1990-91. Publications: Ghana: British Documents on the End of the Empire, 2 vols, 1992; Murder and Politics in Colonial Ghana, 1993; Nkrumah and the Chiefs, 2000. EDITOR: (with R. Moss) The Population Factor in African Studies, 1975; (with S. Marks) Industrialisation and Social Change in South Africa: African Class Formation, Culture, and Consciousness, 1870- 1930, 1982; (with D. Killingray) Africa and the Second World War, 1986; (with D.C. O'Brien and J. Dunn) Contemporary West African States, 1989; (with D. Anderson) Africa's Urban Past, 2000. Address: Department of History, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, Russell Sq., London WC1H 0AG, England. Online address: [email protected]

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