Beverly Grier

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Beverly Grier is a noted American academic in the study of child labor Sub-Saharan Africa and former professor of government at Clark University. Her most recent published book was Invisible Hands: Child Labor and the State in Colonial Zimbabwe (Heinemann, 2005). She is also the former President of the African Studies Association. She currently serves as Interim Associate Dean for Curriculum & Student Affairs at North Carolina A&T State University.

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Grier has published many articles and books on Africa besides her most recent, these include "Women in West Africa" in the Women's Studies Encyclopedia, Making Sense of Our Differences: African American Women on Anita Hill, Wayne State University Press, Pawns, Porters and Petty Traders: Women in the Transition to Export Agriculture in Ghana, Westview Press, Politics in Niger, Oxford University Press, Contradiction, Crisis and Class Conflict: The State and Capitalist Development in Ghana Prior to 1948, Oxford University Press, "Underdevelopment, Modes of Production and the State in Colonial Ghana", African Studies Review, and "Cocoa Marketing in Colonial Ghana: Capitalist Enterprise and the Emergence of a Rural African Bourgeoisie", 1980-1981.

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