Thierry, Raphaël. 2016. “Amalion Publishing: An Interview with Sulaiman Adebowale.” Wasafiri 31 (4): 23–25.

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April 21, 2020 - 1:16am

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AO: This interview, conducted by Raphaël Thierry with Sulaiman Adebowale of Amalion Publishing points to the importance of broadening what constitutes knowledge or scholarly publishing. In order to achieve this, Adebowale describes the need for publishing expanded genre forms like "stories, fables, folktales, proverbs, customs or rites, whether in poetry, prose fiction or biographies alongside the scholarly monographs".

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Thierry, Raphaël. 2016. “Amalion Publishing: An Interview with Sulaiman Adebowale.” Wasafiri 31 (4): 23–25.

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Raphaël Thierry, "Thierry, Raphaël. 2016. “Amalion Publishing: An Interview with Sulaiman Adebowale.” Wasafiri 31 (4): 23–25.", contributed by Angela Okune, Research Data Share, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 21 April 2020, accessed 26 October 2021.