The Aten of Ganawuri by Gérald Berthoud – Book Review

The book is an anthropological and sociological study of the Aten people as they were in that period, but a historical perspective is provided by the inclusion of colonial material (pre-1960) and reflections on the way the traditions he describes have weakened or disappeared in more recent times.

Small but mighty! The Ganawuri story

This article was written by Dr Jim Gala to summarise the plight of Ganawuri – home to the founders of Books2Africa, and the impetus for the establishment of the charity. For a detailed historical account of the Aten, see The Aten of Ganawuri by Prof. Gerald Berthoud. Introduction Ganawuri, a collective of eight villages in […]