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Historical Memory In Africa: Dealing With The Past, Reaching Fo Hardcover – Jun 10 2010

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Mamadou Diawara received his PhD from Aecole des Hautes Aetudes, Paris and is Professor at the University of Frankfurt/Main. He specializes in anthropology and African history (oral history and the history of development). Bernard C. Lategan is the founding Director of the Stellenbosch Institute for Advanced Study. He studied classical languages, linguistics, literary theory, and theology at the Universities of the Free State, Stellenbosch and Kampen. Jorn Rusen was President of the Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut in Essen (Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities at Essen) and is Professor of History and Historical Culture at the University of Witten-Herdecke.

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Essential perspectives on postcolonial issues June 21 2014
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The book gathers several articles of renowned scholars such as Jewsiewicki, Diawara, Joubert, Lategan and Rüsen, dealing with
the connexions between past and future in this continent. Africa needs to be understood mostly by Africans and by people who loves or is interested in Africa. This is a fundamental contribution for both.