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In this volume they, along with other specialists in the field, explore the new configurations of African politics. With tentative efforts at a revival of democracy now taking place, it seems appropriate to reassess the theoretical debates and empirical themes that have characterised postwar Sub-Saharan African politics. In the introductory chapter, Apter and Rosberg point out that Sub-Saharan African has been particularly vulnerable to fluctuating truths and flights of interpretive fancy. No other continent has attracted such multiple layers of power and prejudice from the outside.

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Apter, the Henry J. Heinz II Professor Emeritus of Comparative Political and Social Development and a noted scholar on the birth of developing nations, died May 4 at his home in North Haven from complications from cancer.

He was Apter, who taught in both Departments of Political Science and Sociology, conducted extensive field research on development, democratization and political violence in Africa, Latin America, Japan and China. He authored or co-authored more than 20 books that drew on his own visits to impoverished lands and his interviews with tribal chiefs, nationalist leaders, generals, soldiers, farmers, merchants and others. Erickson, the William R. Kenan Jr. As chair of the Council on African Studies from to , Apter devoted himself to consolidating the study of Africa at Yale.

He also served as chair of the sociology department and was director of the Social Science Division In , he graduated from Antioch College, where he met his future wife, Eleanor Selwyn. He went on to teach at Northwestern University, the University of Chicago and the University of California-Berkeley before joining the Yale faculty in But we invariably found harmony about basic democratic values, the pleasures of teaching bright students, the state of political science and, perhaps above all, how to concoct the perfect martini.

His presence and scholarship in the social sciences, here and abroad, enriched us all. I will miss him dearly. In addition to his wife, Apter is survived by two children, Emily and Andrew, and by four grandsons.

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In Memoriam: David Apter, Expert on the Birth of Developing Nations

Apter, the Henry J. Heinz II Professor Emeritus of Comparative Political and Social Development and a noted scholar on the birth of developing nations, died May 4 at his home in North Haven from complications from cancer. He was Apter, who taught in both Departments of Political Science and Sociology, conducted extensive field research on development, democratization and political violence in Africa, Latin America, Japan and China. He authored or co-authored more than 20 books that drew on his own visits to impoverished lands and his interviews with tribal chiefs, nationalist leaders, generals, soldiers, farmers, merchants and others. Erickson, the William R. Kenan Jr.

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Political Development and the New Realism in Sub-Saharan Africa

Nikosho The Legitimization of Violence. Politics and Social Protest in Japan. The Politics of Modernization. Monographs [ edit ] Apter, David E. This page was last edited on 24 Februaryat He was Henry J. The Gold Coast in Transition.

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David E. Apter (1924–2010)

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