Catherine A. Odora Hoppers (ed.): Indigenous Knowledge and the Integration of Knowledge Systems: Towards a Philosophy of Articulation (2002)
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“This book explores the role of the social and natural sciences in supporting the development of indigenous knowledge systems. It looks at how indigenous knowledge systems can impact on the transformation of knowledge generating institutions such as scientific and higher education institutions on the one hand, and the policy domain on the other.”
With contributions by Paulin J. Hountondji, C. Shiv Visvanathan, P. Pitika Ntuli, Scott Fatnowna, Harry Pickett, Peter Crossman, Rene Devisch, B. O. Tema, A. M. S. Majeke, L. Mqotsi, Françoise Vergès, R. A. Mashelkar, Robert Mshana, and Birgit Brock-Utne
Publisher New Africa Books, Claremont, South Africa, 2002
ISBN 1919876588, 9781919876580
Review: Howard A. Doughty (Innovation Journal, 2005).
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