Thomas J. Lewin
- Professor Emeritus
Associate Professor Thomas Lewin (Ph.D. Northwestern, 1974) studied West African socio-economic and political history, oral history methods and practices, and international business history. He completed research on pre-colonial West Africa and the development and expansion of U.S.-based multinational corporations.
Throughout his career, Professor Lewin encouraged his students to maximize their skills of historical inquiry and apply their knowledge to larger social science and business opportunities.
- HIST 160: Introduction to West African History
- HIST 696: Seminar in: Oral History
Selected Publications —
- Asante Before the British: The Prempean Years, 1875-1900 (University Press of Kansas, 1978)
- Keeping the Dream Alive: Managing NASA's Space Station Program, 1982-1986