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Title The politics of cultural knowledge/ edited by Njoki Wane, Arlo Kempf, and Marlon Simmons.
Published Rotterdam : SensePublishers, c2011
Detail xiii, 163 p. , 23 cm
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Added Author Wane, Njoki. Introduction :The Politics of Cultural Knowledge
  Simmons, Marlon. Introduction :The Politics of Cultural Knowledge
  Wane, Njoki. African Indigenous Feminist Thought :An Anti-Colonial Project
  Wane, Njoki Nathani
  Catungal, John. Circulating Western Notions :Implicating Myself in the Transnational Traffic of 'Progress' and Commodities
  Kempf, Arlo
  Simmons, Marlon. Race to Modernity :Understanding Culture Through the Diasporic-Self
  Mucina, Mandeep Kaur. Remembering the 1947 Partition of India Through the Voices of Second Generation Punjabi Women
  Simmons, Marlon
  Mucina, Devi. Moving Deyond Neo-Colonialism to Ubuntu Governance
  Kawano, Yumiko. Being Part of the Cultural Chain
  Kempf, Arlo. North African Knowledges and the Western Classroom :Situating Selected Literature
  Outerbridge, Donna. What Might We Learn if We Silence the Colonial Voice? :Finding Our Own Keys
  Rolston, Imara Ajani. Conversation About Conversations :Dialogue Based Methodoloty and HIV/AIDS In Southern Africa
  Wane, Njoki. Politics of African Development :Conversaions with Women from Rural Kenya
  Kempf, Arlo. Conclusion
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