The African Voice in Southern Rhodesia, 1898-1930

Terence O. Ranger



T. O. Ranger's The African Voice in Southern Rhodesia is the first of an ambitiou and timely series of publications, whose purpose is to document African opinions and statements during the period 'between "primary" resistance and the emergence of modern nationalist movements.


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Terence O. Ranger was a prominent African historian, focusing on the history of Zimbabwe. His work spanned the pre- and post-Independence period in Zimbabwe, from the 1960s to the present. He died in 2015.