Ontemporary Africa map project biblography

This project is essentially a writing assignment. You are expected to read, assess and draw insights from sources to write your own informed work about an African country. Your goal is to give a multi-faceted view of your assigned country to your classmates. Endeavor to provide a well-rounded, interesting picture of your country. Providing bare facts will lead to a very basic view. To help give a fuller picture of your assigned country, include relevant facts, responses and analyses that bolster understanding of the topic.

The sources included are:

-Behnke, Alison. Niger in picturers. Minneapolis: Twenty-First Century Books. 2009. 29

-Idrissa, Abdoourahmane and Decalo, Samuel. Historical dictionary of Niger. Lanham: Scarecrow Press. 2012.

-Stoller, Paul. Embodying colonial memories: spirit possession, power, and the Hauka in West Africa. New York: Routledge. 1995.

-Dickovick, James. Africa 2012. Lanham: Stryker-Post Publications. 2012

-Idrissa, Abdourahmane and Decalo, Samuel. Historical dictionary of Niger. Lanham: Scarecrow Press. 2010.

-U.S Department of State. a?U.S Relations with Nigera?. (Web): 5474.htm.

-International Monetary Fund. Niger: poverty reduction strategy paper. Washington, D.C. International Monetary Fund. 2008.

-Russell, Jesse and Cohn, Ronald. Economy of Niger. New York: Routledge. 2012.

-Essine-Obot, Amayak. Culture and progress in Niger Delta region: historical background and agenda for cultural development in Niger Delta region. Niamey: Zimek Communications. 2000.

-Geels, Jolijn. Niger: the Bradt travel guide. St Peter, Bucks: Bradt travel guides. 2006.

-Parris, Ronald. Hausa. New York: Rosen Publications. 1996.

-Prasse, Kark-G. The Tuaregs: the blue people. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press. 1995.