William Leo Hansberry
Born: February 25, 1894,
in Gloster, Mississippi.
Died: November 3, 1965,
of a cerebral hemorrhage, in Chicago, Illinois.
Education: Harvard University,
B.A., 1921, M.A., 1932; attended Oriental Institute, University
of Chicago, 1936, Oxford University, 1937-38, and Cairo University,
posted November 2002)
Links & Info
- Africana at Nsukka: Inaugural Address Delivered at the Hansberry
College of African Studies, Nsukka, Eastern Nigeria, September 22, 1963.
Howard University Department of History (Washington), 1972.
- Pillars in Ethiopian History: The William Leo Hansberry African
History Notebook.Volume I, edited by Joseph E. Harris, Howard
University Press (Washington), 1974.
- Africa and Africans as Seen by Classical Writers: The William
Leo Hansberry History Notebook.Volume II, edited by Harris,
Howard University Press, 1977.
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