Taylor and Francis data sharing policies

AO: This page outlines why Taylor and Francis believe data sharing is important and includes links to their range of data sharing policies.Read more

Development "Impact" & Academic "Impact"

AO: Oniang'o points out a shifting expectation (especially for those working in/on/from the "global South"?) that academics will not only write and publish for others in the ivory tower but that...Read more

Van Schalkwyk, F. (2017, September). Interview with Francois van Schalkwyk [African Books Collective].

AO: This is an interview transcript with Francois van Schalkwyk published by the African Books Collective (original post here). The interview was conducted by Stephanie Kitchen in September 2017. Francois van...Read more

Bgoya, Walter, and Mary Jay. 2013. “Publishing in Africa from Independence to the Present Day.” African Books Collective. Accessed April 17, 2020.

This piece by Walter Bgoya and Mary Jay details efforts to free indigenous African publishing from "the constraints of the colonial past, the strictures of economic structural adjustment policies, the continuing dominance of multinational publishers (particularly in textbooks

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Notes from African Studies Association of Africa (ASAA) conference at USIU (Day 2 Plenary)

October 25, 2019

African Studies Association of Africa (ASAA) conference at USIU

9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Day 2 Opening Plenary

Walter Mboya (Mkuki na Nyota)

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