Interreligious Encounters and Dialogue
Provides for the first time a historical, chronological, and comparative study of interreligious encounters and dialogue among Traditionalists, Muslims, and Christians in Sierra Leone. This book fills a gap in the study of interreligious dialogue in Africa and is important for collections in African studies and religious studies.
Transnational Students Between Hong Kong and Canada
This unique book provides an important and timely contribution to an emergent body of work, reflecting increasing interest in the internationalisation of education and the transnational mobility of students worldwide.
Cultural Negotiations from Colonialism to Cyberspace
Since the introduction of Western science and technology under colonial rule in the eighteenth century, science and technology have been used as instruments to transform Indian society. This groundbreaking book examines the phenomenon of “technocultural Hindu nationalism” or the use of the internet by global Indian communities for the promotion of Hindu nationalist ideologies.
This study assembles the voices of some of the most seasoned African and Africanist scholars, and is a landmark contribution in a systematic attempt to comprehend Africa’s regional development strategy led by the African Union.