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Africa in/and International Relations: An Introduction

  • Zubairu Wai
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Abstract

This chapter contextualizes the volume and its major themes.

Keywords

Africa International relations Colonial library Evolutionist epistemology Epistemological ethnocentrism Discourse of lack and failure Condition of possibility Power Knowledge 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Zubairu Wai
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  1. 1.Lakehead UniversityThunder BayCanada

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