World-renowned historian Professor Robert Maxon’s book published in time for 2011 ASA annual meeting

Cambria Press is proud to announce the publication of Britain and Kenya’s Constitutions, 1950–1960 by renowned historian, Robert Maxon. Professor Maxon’s valuable contributions to the field of African history are widely known and lauded. In fact, his accomplishments have led to the establishment of a prestigious African history scholarship in his name by West Virginia University– the Robert M. Maxon Graduate Scholarship in Modern African History.

His latest scholarly book by Cambria Press will no doubt be just as well received as his previous publications. Professor Maxon will be presenting at the 2011 African Studies Association ( ASA) annual meeting and the following is a short Q&A session as a prelude to his book. This latest title in African Studies by Cambria Press will be on display at the Cambria Press booth (#418) in the book exhibit hall.

As a prelude, here is the Q&A session with Professor Maxon on his book and the other areas of research on which he believes more work should be done.

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