By Nicholas M. Creary
As this ebook exhibits, Africa’s decolonization is an ongoing technique throughout more than a few fronts, and intellectuals—both African and non-African—have major roles to play in that method. The essays accrued right here study concerns equivalent to illustration and retrospection; the jobs of intellectuals within the public sphere; and the basic query of the way to decolonize African knowledges. African Intellectuals and Decolonization outlines ways that highbrow perform can serve to de-link Africa from its international illustration as a debased, subordinated, deviant, and inferior entity.
Lesley Cowling, collage of the Witwatersrand
Nicholas M. Creary, Ohio University
Marlene De los angeles Cruz, Ohio University
Carolyn Hamilton, college of Cape Town
George Hartley, Ohio University
Janet Hess, Sonoma country University
T. Spreelin McDonald, Ohio University
Ebenezer Adebisi Olawuyi, college of Ibadan
Steve Odero Ouma, college of Nairobi
Oyeronke Oyewumi, kingdom college of recent York at Stony Brook
Tsenay Serequeberhan, Morgan nation University
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