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African Perspectives in American Higher Education

Invisible Voices
  • 139 Pages
  • 0.16 MB
  • English

Nova Science Publishers
Educational administration, Educational systems, Higher & further education, Research methods: general, Research, Education, USA, H
ContributionsFestus E. Obiakor (Editor), Jacob U. Gordon (Editor)
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8846589M
ISBN 101590336836
ISBN 139781590336830

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Africa'sacademic institutions face obstacles inproviding the education, research Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages ; 27 cm: Contents: Foreword / Ifeanyi G. Achebe --Through the Back Door: From Invisibility to Visibility / Festus E. Obiakor --Close Encounters: A Pilgrimage of Penance and Expiation / Teshome Abebe --Surviving the "Killing Zones" of Higher Education / Nomsa Gwalla-Ogisi --Bees in My Bonnet / Godfrey N.

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