Ghost Dancing and the Iron Horse: Surving through Tradition and Technology
This was a combined teaching and research fellowship awarded me to go to Benin, West Africa. As I accepted a position here at NMU, the time away was slightly reduced. In Benin, I researched "Traditional Symbolic Systems of Benin,' a country/region which has strong links to the Caribbean, whose culture and literature are the focus of my Ph.D. I also taught graduate students at Abomey Calavi University in Cotonou, the commercial capital of the country.
Mills, Bronwyn, "Ghost Dancing and the Iron Horse: Surving through Tradition and Technology" (2007). Faculty Works. Paper 280.
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