Living with Nkrumahism : nation, state, and Pan-Africanism in Ghana / Jeffrey S. Ahlman.

By: Ahlman, Jeffrey SSeries: Publisher: Ohio: Ohio University press, 2017Description: xvi, 305 pISBN: 9780821422922Subject(s): Decolonization -- Ghana | Pan-AfricanismDDC classification: 966.705 Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Introduction: Decolonization and the Pan-African nation -- The world of Kwame Nkrumah : Pan-Africanism, empire, and the Gold Coast in global perspective -- From the Gold Coast to Ghana : modernization and the politics of Pan-African nation-building -- A new type of citizen : youth and the making of Pan-African citizenship -- "Work and happiness for all" : productivity and the political economy of Pan-African revolution -- Working for the revolution : gender, secrecy, and security in the Pan-African state -- Negotiating Nkrumahism : belonging, uncertainty, and the Pan-African one-party state -- Conclusion: "Forward ever, backward never".
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 275-296) and index.

Introduction: Decolonization and the Pan-African nation -- The world of Kwame Nkrumah : Pan-Africanism, empire, and the Gold Coast in global perspective -- From the Gold Coast to Ghana : modernization and the politics of Pan-African nation-building -- A new type of citizen : youth and the making of Pan-African citizenship -- "Work and happiness for all" : productivity and the political economy of Pan-African revolution -- Working for the revolution : gender, secrecy, and security in the Pan-African state -- Negotiating Nkrumahism : belonging, uncertainty, and the Pan-African one-party state -- Conclusion: "Forward ever, backward never".

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