I am a widely published historian. Among many other works, I am co-author of The Historical Dictionary of Liberia. I also served as Carter G. Woodson Distinguished Professor at Marshall University in the mid-1990s, one of only a few dozen black scholars to have held an endowed chair in the U. S.
My approach to Liberian history is rooted in the view that ethnic groups and polities are dynamic, not frozen. Liberian scholars today often assume that ethnic groups are in endless conflicts. In...
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