Martin Lynn

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Martin Lynn (31 Avivọsun 1951 - 15 Liyasun 2005) yin whenuho-kantọ̀ British podo Naijilia-nu po podọ we plọntọ, ehe sin nupinplọn sinai do otàn Aflika tọn ji. E plọnnu to wehọmẹ alavọ Ilorin tọn, e yin weplọntọ otàn Aflika tọn lẹ tọn to wehọmẹ alavọ Queen's University Belfast. E wọ wẹ yin omẹ tintan he tindo gbedewema wesetọ lẹ tọn to nupinplọn gando otàn Aflika tọn go to Ireland. Lynn, he yin otòvi Naijilia tọn plọnnu to wehọmẹ School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London (MA) podọ to King's College London (PhD). E yin azọ́nwatọ to hagbẹ lẹ ṣẹnṣẹn. Martin Lynn mọ wepinplọn vọnu gando otàn Aflika tọn yi ehe yin godonọna gbọn ogbẹ whenuho-dọtọ lẹ tọn bọ e sọ yin didoai to yinkọ etọn mẹ.

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Zinjẹgbonu etọn lẹ bẹ:

  • Commerce and Economic Change in West Africa: The Palm Oil Trade in the Nineteenth Century (Cambridge University Press, 1997)
  • Nigeria 1943-60 in the British Documents at the End of the Empire project (HMSO, London, 2001)
  • Wood, Betty; Lynn, Martin, eds. (2002). Travel, trade, and power in the Atlantic, 1765-1884.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press for the Royal Historical Society. ISBN 9780521823128.

  • Encountering the Light: A Journey Taken (Ebor Press, York)

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