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“Men of the Spoken Word”: Teaching West Africa, c.1200 - c.1600

A discussion of the challenges of teaching medieval West Africa in world history courses and how to use voice of the griots as a way to explore multiple perspectives/

Bram Hubbell
Bram Hubbell
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“Men of the Spoken Word”: Teaching West Africa, c.1200 - c.1600

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