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050  4 DT33.5.D436 2017 
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100 1  Msila, Prof Vuyisile 
245 10 Decolonising Knowledge for Africas Renewal :|bExamining 
       African Perspectives and Philosophies 
264  1 Randburg :|bKR Publishing,|c2017 
264  4 |c©2017 
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505 0  Cover -- Title Page -- Endorsements -- Copyright -- Title 
       Page 2 -- Contents -- About the editor -- About the 
       contributors -- Acknowledgements -- Foreword: The Case for
       a Decolonised/Africanised AfricaSabelo J. Ndlovu-Gatsheni 
       -- Editor's Preface -- PART 1: PHILOSOPHY, RENAISSANCE AND
       PAN-AFRICANISM -- Chapter 1: Tradition and a Foundation 
       for African Renaissance -- Chapter 2: Of African 
       Philosophy and African Renaissance: Redeeming Education --
       Chapter 3: Rethinking Pan-Africanism and the African 
       Renaissance today: Where did Azikiwe and Awolowo miss it? 
       -- PART 2: IDENTITY, CONFLICT AND DEVELOPMENT -- Chapter 4
       : The Pan-African Identity: Why conflict and 
       communityidentities continue to undermine collectivism -- 
       Chapter 5: Engaging with the African ground: towards a new
       research paradigm for conflict studies in Africa -- 
       Chapter 6: Emerging 'Positive Masculinity' in DR Congo -- 
       Chapter 7: Decolonisation and the struggling urban woman -
       - Chapter 8: Inventing mythologies, rationalising conflict
       in a state formative African Polity -- Part 3: Higher 
       Education, Africanisation and Language -- Chapter 9: 
       University Students' Activism on Malawi's new languagein-
       education policy -- Chapter 10: 'The double-edged sword' -
       - Chapter 11: Internationalisation and Africanisation of 
       Master of Public Health Curricula in South Africa -- 
       Chapter 12: A critique of Africanised Curricula in Higher 
       Education -- Part 4: Ideology, Youth, Music and Leadership
       -- Chapter 13: Towards Africa's renewal -- Chapter 14: 
       Duende in Maskanda Music -- Chapter 15: African 
       Renaissance -- Chapter 16: Concluding Comments: Towards a 
       new African Society -- Index -- Untitled 
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650  0 Decolonization--Africa 
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