Dixon-Fyle, McSamuel R. (Mac), Ph.D.
History, Harrison Hall, Room 219
Professor of History (on leave Spring 2015)
I am currently engaged in work on African diasporic communities within the African continent -- a follow-up to my earlier investigations of Sierra Leonean emigration into the Niger delta. I am hoping to see how the alienation of white settler communities in east, central, and southern Africa compares with the marginalization of emigrant African communities in their new homes on the African continent.
Courses Regularly Taught
HIST 109 African Civilizations
HIST 110 Modern Africa
HIST 256 African Cultures
HIST 257 Ethnicity and Conflict in South Africa
HIST 281 History of the Black Experience
HIST 355 African Nationalism
HIST 356 African Slavery
Mac Dixon-Fyle and Earl Conteh-Morgan, Sierra Leone at the End of the Twentieth Century: History, Politics, and Society, Peter Lang Publishers, 1999
Mac Dixon-Fyle, A Saro Community in the Niger Delta, 1912-1984: The Potts-Johnsons of Port Harcourt and their Heirs, University of Rochester Press, 1999
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