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Renaissance, African


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Renaissance, African

Fiscal Renaissance in a Democratic South Africa

Pixley kaIsaka Seme and the African Renaissance debate

Preserving the Cultural Heritage of Africa: Crisis or renaissance?

South African Foreign Policy and the Great Lakes Crisis: African Renaissance Meets Vagabondage Politique?

African American Legal Status from the Harlem Renaissance through World War II

Staging Faith: Religion and African American Theater from the Harlem Renaissance to World War II

African American Women’s Short Stories in the Harlem Renaissance: Bridging a Tradition

David Krasner. A Beautiful Pageant: African American Theatre, Drama, and Performance in the Harlem Renaissance, 1910–1927. New York: Palgrave. 2002. Pp. xii, 370. $35.00

T.F. EARLE and K.J.P. LOWE, editors. Black Africans in Renaissance Europe. New York: Cambridge University Press. 2005. Pp. xvii, 417. $110.00

Rewriting Africa: Toward renaissance or collapse, edited by Kurimoto Eisei. Japanese Area Studies Symposium Series 14. Osaka: Japanese Centre for Area Studies, 2001. ISSN 1342‐9159.

Problematising the African Renaissance, edited by Eddy Maloka and Elizabeth le Roux. Pretoria: African Institute of South Africa, 2000. [v] + 92 pp. $10 (paperback). ISBN 0-7983-0137-6 (paperback).
 African Renaissance: Roadmaps to the challenge of globalization, by Fantu Cheru. London: Zed Books and Cape Town: David Philip, 2002. xv + 253 pp. £15.95 (paperback). ISBN 1-84277-087-X (paperback).

A Beautiful Pageant: African American Theatre, Drama, and Performance in the Harlem Renaissance, 1910–1927. By David Krasner. (New York: Palgrave, 2002. xii, 370 pp. $35.00, isbn 0-312-29590-1.)

Review: The Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Grey Collection of the National Library of South Africa, Cape Town. Volume 1. Manuscripts 2.a.16–3.c.25. Volume 2. Manuscripts 3.d.30–48.b.4–5

 

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The African Renaissance is essentially the rise of Africans on the continent and in the diaspora from slavery, colonialism, segregation, apartheid, and neocolonialism. In reflecting on the African Renaissance, therefore ...

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