Africa Development - Vol 30, No 3 (2005)

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Table of Contents


All knowledge is first of all local knowledge: an introduction
Theophilus Okere, Chukwudi Anthony Njoku, René Devisch
Is there one science, Western science?
Theophilus Okere
Traditional Igbo numbering system: a reconstruction
Patrick Mathias Chukwuaku Ogomaka
Ethnomathematics, geometry and educational experiences in Africa
Paulus Gerdes
Identification, collection and domestication of medicinal plants in Southeastern Nigeria
AE Ibe, Martin I Nwufo
Healing insanity: skills and expert knowledge of Igbo healers
Patrick E Iroegbu
Cultural modes of comprehending and healing insanity: the Yaka of DR Congo
René Devisch
Subjectivity in servitude: the servant and indigenous family arrangement in written Igbo drama
Frances N Chukwukere

I dance Ala-Igbo
Chikwendu PK Anyanwu
Spectralizing Bergson and the dilemmas of decolonization. A review of Messay Kebede, Africa\'s quest for a philosophy of decolonization, 2004
Sanya Osha
Book Review

Reasonable radicals and citizenship in Botswana: the public anthropology of Kalanga elites
By Richard Werbner (2004)
Onalenna Doo Selolwane
Book Review.

Mapping the determinants of spatial data sharing
By Uta Wehn de Montalvo (2003)
Yoichi Mine

ISSN: 0850-3907
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