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The African imagination
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Theatre in Africa
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Guidelines for Submissions
The submission of a paper to the AJCL for refereeing means that the author certifies the manuscript is not copyrighted; nor has it been published or accepted for publication by any refereed journal;Expand
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The Oxford encyclopedia of African thought
From St. Augustine and early Ethiopian philosophers to the anti-colonialist movements of Pan-Africanism and Negritude, this encyclopedia offers a comprehensive view of African thought, covering theExpand
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The African Scholar
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The Challenge of University Publishing in Africa, with Special Reference to Nigeria
and to reflect on methodologies; the concrete realization of these in the form of textbooks that are truly functional must now be one of their major preoccupations. The importance of theExpand
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Is African Music Possible
Sometime during the midsixties, I had the good fortune to attend a major arts festival being held in Belgium, that of Knokkele-Zoute. At the pavillion devoted to electronic music, to which I hadExpand
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A defence of negritude
JEAN-PAUL SARTRE was the first to give Negritude an extended critical exposition. It was his famous essay, "Black Orpheus", which he wrote as a preface to Senghor's anthology of negro poets of FrenchExpand
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