Bethwell Allan Ogot (Kenyan Historian)

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Sub-subject: Bethwell Allan Ogot (Historian, Kenya). Syllabus:

  1. The Kenyan Historian Bethwell Allan Ogot
  2. His works on the African history
The sub-subject “Bethwell Allan Ogot (Historian, Kenya)” is studied...
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Bethwell Allan Ogot Kenyan Historian

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Description of the Sub-Subject: Bethwell Allan Ogot (Kenyan Historian).

  1. The Kenyan historian, Bethwell Allan Ogot (1929-2015) specialises in the African History
  2. He was the President of the working group of the General History of Africa of the UNESCO and the Editor of the Volume V (Africa from the 16th to the 18th Century)
  3. Place of birth of Bethwell Allan Ogot: Siaya County (Kenya)
  4. Ethnic Group: Luo
  5. Education: Makerere University College, University of London (School of Oriental and the African Studies)
  6. Professor at the Kenyatta University
  7. Director of the History Department (University College, currently, University of Nairobi)
  8. Founder of the Institute of the African Studies
  9. Member of the Legislative Assembly of the East African Community (EAC)

The main topics of the work of Bethwell Allan Ogot:

  1. History of Africa
  2. Colonialism in Africa
  3. Postcolonial effects in Africa

Bibliography of Bethwell Allan Ogot:

  1. My Foot Prints on the Sands of Time: an Autobiography
  2. A History of the Luo-Speaking Peoples of East Africa. Kisumu
  3. Building on the Indigenous: Selected Essays
  4. Challenges of History and Leadership in Africa
  5. History of the Southern Luo
  6. East Africa, Past, and Present
  7. Zamani: A Survey of East African History
  8. Decolonisation and Independence in Kenya

Africa 16th and 18th centuries

Bethwell Allan Ogot belongs to the East African Economic Area of the African Civilisation.

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