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  • Formats Hardcover, Digital
  • Hardcover ISBN 9781604978995
  • Pages 302
  • Date October 2015
  • Size 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm
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Dress in the Making of African Identity: A Social and Cultural History of the Yoruba People by Bukola Oyeniyi

This book on the social and cultural history of Yoruba people illuminates the impact of Christianity, Islam, and British colonialism on the construction of Yoruba identity, and how dress was entangled in that construction. It also demonstrates the importance of dress as a site for contesting and articulating postcolonial Yoruba identity and class structure within the Nigerian national space.

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