🎧 Identity and Society in Medieval Africa
🎧 Gone Medieval • 34m
It’s no secret that Africa’s history is documented quite differently compared to its European counterparts. Contrastingly relying on elements such as oral traditions and art. Joined by anthropologist and historian Luke Pepera, We examine African history. Delving into Africa’s difference in attachment to history, from international connections, trade, and transport to its wealth and Mansa Musa.
Luke Pepera is an anthropologist, historian and writer, and broadcaster who advocates and specialises in the histories, mythologies, and cultures of Africa.
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