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date: 16 February 2020

African Diasporas: History and Historiography 

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of African Historiography: Methods and Sources
Author(s):
Mohammed Bashir SalauMohammed Bashir Salau

The African diaspora has a very long history tied to migrations within and outside of Africa. Although it is questionable to apply the label “African diaspora” to specific early migrations, it is clear that the dispersed presence of people of African descent outside of Africa and elsewhere within Africa outside of their “homelands” is tied to three major waves of migration. The first two waves occurred before the ... ...

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