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In 1966, Ibrahim received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Ohio Wesleyan University.
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In 1972, Sundiata got his Doctor of Philosophy degree from Northwestern University.
(The troubled history of Equatorial Guinea reflects the hi...)
The troubled history of Equatorial Guinea reflects the history of other developing nations. The author traces the state's troubled path from colonialism to independence, emphasizing the obstacles, that separate Equatorial Guinea from complete self-sufficiency.
(In this work, Ibrahim K. Sundiata offers a comprehensive ...)
In this work, Ibrahim K. Sundiata offers a comprehensive history of Fernando Po, explains the continuities between slavery and free contract labor and challenges standard notions of labor development and progress in various colonial contexts. Sundiata’s work is interdisciplinary, considering the influences of the environment, disease, slavery, abolition and indigenous state formation in determining the interaction of African peoples with colonialism.
(Unprecedented in scope and detail, "Brothers and Stranger...)
Unprecedented in scope and detail, "Brothers and Strangers" is a vivid history of how the mythic Africa of the black American imagination ran into the realities of Africa the place.
In 1966, Ibrahim received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Ohio Wesleyan University. Later, he continued his education at Northwestern University, graduating with a Doctor of Philosophy degree in 1972. Ivor Wilks, a noted British Africanist and historian, specializing in Ghana, was one of his mentors at Northwestern University.
In 1971, Ibrahim began his career as an assistant professor at Rutgers University – New Brunswick, a post he held till 1972, when he was appointed an assistant professor at Northwestern University in Evanston. Sundiata remained at Northwestern University until 1978.
During the period from 1978 till 1991, Ibrahim served as an associate professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Between 1980 and 1983, he was a member of executive committee of board of directors at African Studies Association.
In 1991, he was appointed a professor of African and Afro-American studies at Brandeis University in Waltham. In 1998, Ibrahim left Brandeis University and the same year, he was appointed a chair of the Department of History at Howard University in Washington, D.C., a post he held till 2002. Following a fellowship at Harvard’s W.E.B. Du Bois Institute, he returned to Brandeis University, where he was later made a Samuel J. and Augusta Spector Professor of History and African and African-American Studies.
During the period from 2001 till 2009, he also acted as a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Currently, Ibrahim is a Professor Emeritus at Brandeis University.
(Unprecedented in scope and detail, "Brothers and Stranger...)2003
(The troubled history of Equatorial Guinea reflects the hi...)1990
(In this work, Ibrahim K. Sundiata offers a comprehensive ...)1996