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African intellectuals and decolonization / edited by Nicholas M. Creary.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2012
Imprint:
Athens : Ohio University Press, c2012.
Format:
  • Book
  • viii, 183 p. ; 22 cm.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
  • Part I: representation and retrospection We need a Mau Mau in Mississippi: Malcolm X's political lessons for today
  • / George Hartley
  • Nkrumah/Lumumba: representations of masculinity / Janet Hess
  • Trauma and narrativity in Adichie's Half of a yellow sun: privileging indigenous knowledge in writing the Biafran War / Marlene De La Cruz-Guzmán
  • Part II: decolonizing public spheres: conflicts and negotiations
  • The emergent self in South African Black consciousness literary discourse / T. Spreelin Macdonald
  • The public life of reason: orchestrating debate in postapartheid South Africa / Lesley Cowling and Carolyn Hamilton
  • Setting the agenda for decolonizing African media systems / Ebenezer Adebisi Olawuyi
  • The African renaissance and discourse ownership: challenging debilitating discourses on africa / Steve Odero Ouma
  • Part III: decolonizing knowledge: intellectual imperatives and epistemic dialogues
  • Decolonization and the practice of philosophy / Tsenay Serequeberhan
  • Beyond gender centric models: restoring motherhood to Yoruba discourses of art and aesthetics / Oyeronke Oyewumi.
Contributor:
Creary, Nicholas M.
Series:
Ohio University Research in international studies. Africa series ; no. 90
Research in international studies. Africa series ; no. 90.
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ISBN:
9780896802834
0896802833

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