African Scholarly Publishing: Essays

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Alois Mlambo
African Books Collective, 2006 - Business & Economics - 273 pages
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This work was conceived as a sequel to the African Writers Handbook (African Books Collective, 1999). It is built on the debates emanating from a seminar on scholarly publishing in Africa held in Arusha, Tanzania in 2002, organised by the Dag Hammarskj?ld Foundation, the African Books Collective and the International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications (INASP). The seminar brought together scholars and publishers against a background of evidence of a revival of interest in higher education and scholarship in Africa after a long period of decline, and the new departures in scholarly publishing afforded by technology. This resulting collection of essays takes stock of the status of scholarly and academic publishing on the continent in the early years of the twenty-first century.

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Contents

The Case for Publishing African Scholarship in Africa
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Writing Publishing and Distributing Feminist Research
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Writing and Publishing on Agricultural Sciences in Africa
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