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Volume 6 • Number 6 • 2013


On the cover: John Henrik Clarke (1915-1998), writer, historian, professor, pioneer in Africology, and founder of the African Heritage Studies Association.

Afrikology and Community: Restorative Cultural Practices in East Africa
by Ronald Elly Wanda
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Reconsidering the Crisis of Confidence in Indigenous African Conflict Resolution Approaches: A Postcolonial Critique
by Peter Run
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Examining African Languages as Tools for National Development: The Case of Kiswahili
by by Fridah Erastus Kanana
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Ghana�s Contribution to the Promotion of Kiswahili: Challenges and Prospects for African Unity
by Josephine Dzahene-Quarshie
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School Knowledge and Everyday Knowledge: Why the Binary Conceptualization?
by Judith Mutemeri
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On Mchongoano and Riddles in Kenya
by C. Patrick Kihara
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Rethinking the Ideas of Pan-Africanism and African Unity: A Theoretical Perspective of Kwame Nkrumah�s Leadership Traits and Decision Making
by Felix Kumah-Abiwu and James Ochwa-Echel
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Fractal Complexity in Alexander Crummell�s The Future of Africa
by Saidat Ilo
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Contours of African Studies in the United Kingdom, the United States of America, and South Africa
by Madimabe G. Mapaya
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Acculturation of Nigerian Immigrants in Minnesota
by Oluwatoyin Adenike Akinde
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Introduction of Political Education for the Propagation of Democracy in Africa: The Perspective of an African Academic
by Nana Adu-Pipim Boaduo FRC
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Books Available for Review
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Book Reviews

Afrocentric Teacher-Research: Rethinking Appropriateness and Inclusion
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Asa: Honoring His Life and Work
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Fanonian Practices in South Africa
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The Performative Sustainability of Race
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Barack Obama Neoliberalism

Not �Change We Can Believe In�: Barack Obama as a Neoliberal
by Hermon George, Jr.
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Neoliberalism in Blackface: Barack Obama and Deracialization, 2007-2012
by Hermon George, Jr
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The Role of Wealth and Neoliberalism in Barack Obama�s Selection, Election, and Presidency
by Lionel D. Lyles
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