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Vision and time : historical perspective of an Africa-centered paradigm /
C. Tsehloane Keto.
imprint
Lanham, MD : University Press of America, 2001.
description
xxii, 168 p. : ill., maps
ISBN
0761818936 (cloth : alk. paper)
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imprint
Lanham, MD : University Press of America, 2001.
isbn
0761818936 (cloth : alk. paper)
catalogue key
4287474
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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About the Author
Author Affiliation
Prof C Tsehloane Keto currently works for Vista University in South Africa
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Reference & Research Book News, May 2001
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Vision and Time is a wake up call for Africans and people of goodwill that the academic enterprise cannot continue knowledge creation with a business as usual attitude. There has to be a major transformation of the intellectual perspectives regarding Africa and Africans in the 21st century. This revised edition of 1995's Vision, Identity and Time explores the relationship of a geo-culturally based Africa centered paradigm in the emerging global village of the 21st century. This text argues that perceptions of world history in a multicultural world require the acceptance of multiple perspectives. The book distinguishes between hegemonic and non-hegemonic perspectives, discusses the significance of early Nile Valley culture and outlines frameworks of analysis using examples of African American history and South African history. Vision and Time is illustrated with diagrams and maps that explain complex developments. This is a book that enables social science practitioners to meet the challenges of a diverse global village of the 21st century.
Table of Contents
Illustrationsp. ix
Preface: Vulindlelap. xi
Acknowledgements: Ditebohop. xxi
Overview and Connectionsp. 1
Discussion of Theoryp. 27
Centers and Human Sciencesp. 31
Centered Paradigms of Knowledgep. 41
Human Sciences and Historyp. 57
Perspective and Timep. 65
Constructs, Empowerment and Perspectivep. 67
The Classical Value of the Nile Valleyp. 81
African American Historyp. 91
South African Historyp. 107
Future Visionp. 119
Mokwallo: Historical Perspective and Visionp. 121
Notesp. 131
Glossary of Termsp. 143
Select Bibliographyp. 147
Indexp. 161
Author Biographical Sketchp. 169
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