Exploring the African Centered Paradigm: Discourse and Innovation in African World Community Studies.

AuthorZulu, Itibari M.

The following is a revised edition of Exploring the African Centered Paradigm: Discourse and Innovation in African World Community Studies. Copyright [c] 1999 by Itibari M. Zulu with all rights reserved relevant to an open-access publication, originally published in the U.S.A. by Amen-Ra Theological Seminary Press, a division of Amen-Ra Theological Seminary and Amen-Ra Community Assembly of California, Inc. ISBN: 0-9674226-0-4. Library of Congress Catalog Number: 99-63077, printed in the U.S.A. No part of this book (document) may be reproduced in any manner without the written permission of the author or publisher except in the case of quotations embodied in review articles. In 1999 this work was submitted and accepted by the faculty of Amen-Ra Theological Seminary in partial fulfillment of requirements for the Th.D. degree. The illustration on the first edition (not entered here) are from Ancient Egyptian Designs for Artist and Craftspeople by Eva Wilson (New York: Dover Publications, 1986). This open-access electronic edition is available via Africology: The Journal of Pan African Studies (P.O. Box 20443, Long Beach, California 90801) in association with NationTime Press.

New in this volume is "African Centered Text (1990-2000): A Decade of Protracted Engagement" which previously appeared in The Journal of Pan African Studies, vol.3, no.10, September 2010, a version of "The Ancient Kemetic Roots of Library and Information Science" originally appeared in Culture Keepers: Enlightening and Empowering Our Communities of the First National Conference of African American Librarians (September 4-6, 1992) edited by Dr. Stanton F. Biddle (Newark, NJ: Black Caucus of the American Library Association, 1995, pp. 246-266); and...

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