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Architecture and Power in Africa and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. NNAMDI ELLEH is Assistant Professor of Architecture at the College of Design, Art, Architecture & Planning (DAAP), and was a Samuel Ittleson Fellow at the Center for Advanced Study In the. Architecture and Power in Africa. by Nnamdi Elleh. Explores socio-economic implications of Our Lady of Peace Basilica in Ivory Coast and the Hassan II Mosque.

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