5 edition of Rethinking Age in Africa found in the catalog.
by Africa World Press
Written in English
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An alternative lithic Out of Africa signal may be the spread of East African technologies, with a trail of similar assemblages linking East Africa, 63 Northeast Africa, 64 the Levant, 65 and as far east as India by late MIS 5 (Fig. 3: , Fig. 4: ). 51,66 The search for an archaeological ‘smoking gun’ for dispersal out of Africa is. In this book about Africa, author Abraham Verghese is not your typical African, nor are his characters in his first novel Cutting For Stone. His story follows twin brothers who are born and orphaned in Ethiopia by their Indian and British Parents. It is a coming of age story about betrayal, love, grief, and forgiveness.
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: Rethinking Age in Africa: Colonial, Post-colonial, And Contemporary Interpretations of Cultural Representations (): Aguilar, Mario I.: Books.
He has published extensively on age in Africa, including "Being Oromo in Kenya" (AWP ) and "The Politics of Age and Gerontocracy in Africa" (AWP ). He has also explored African religious traditions through "The Rwanda Genocide" () and "Current Issues on Theology and Religion in Latin America and Africa" ().
Rethinking age in Africa: colonial, post-colonial, and contemporary interpretations of cultural representations. [Mario I Aguilar;] -- "Rethinking Age in Africa explores an old cultural problem in new ways: how do we deal with ageing within societies in which the young are so numerous.
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.In rethinking and reframing the American national narrative in a wider context, the contributors to this volume ask questions about both nationalism and the discipline of history itself.
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