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Faculty Profile

MOHAMMED BASHIR SALAU

ARCH DALRYMPLE III DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF HISTORY
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335 BISHOP
UNIVERSITY, MS 38677
(662) 915-5751
Joined UM: 08/17/2006

Brief Bio

Mohammed Bashir Salau received a Ph.D. in African Diaspora history at York University, Canada, in 2005. He has done significant research on the history of Northern Nigeria, and has recently published “The Gbagyi Engagement with Early Colonialism,” in Femi J. Kolapo and Kwabena O. Akurang-Parry, (eds.), Latitudes of Negotiations and Containment: African Agency and European Colonialism: (Lanham: Maryland, University Press of America, 2007), and “Ribats and the Development of Plantations in the Sokoto Caliphate: A Case Study of Fanisau,” Africa Economic History, v.34 (Madison, University of Wisconsin, African Studies Program, 2006). He teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in African history.

Degrees

BA
HISTORY
UNIVERSITY OF JOS/ NIGERIA (1988)
PHD
HISTORY
YORK UNIVERSITY/TORONTO, CANADA (2005)