Robert B. Edgerton
Author of more than twenty books on anthropology, psychology, and sociology, including THE END OF THE ASANTE EMPIRE (1995), LIKE LIONS THEY FOUGHT: The Zulu War and the Last Black Empire in South Africa, THE CLOAK OF COMPETENCE (1993), SICK SOCIETIES: The Myth of Primitive Harmony (1992), and WARRIORS OF THE RISING SUN: A History of the Japanese Military, Robert Edgerton is a professor at the UCLA School of Medicine.
HIDDEN HEROISM: Black Soldiers in America's Wars (Westview Press, 2001)
THE TROUBLED HEART OF AFRICA: A History of the Congo (St. Martin's Press, 1994)
WARRIORS OF THE RISING SUN: A History of the Japanese Military (W. W. Norton & Co., 1997)