: The East Organization and the Principles and Practices of Black Nationalist Development conducted in 2005 by Africa World Press.
What does AWP stand for?
AWP stands for Africa World Press (est. 1983; Trenton, NJ)
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THE RISE OF ELECTIVE DICTATORSHIP AND THE EROSION OF SOCIAL CAPITAL: PEACE, DEVELOPMENT, AND DEMOCRACY IN AFRICA Kasahun Woldemariam (Trenton: Africa World Press, 2009), 354 pages.
99 Africa World Press ISBN: 1-59221-735-4 I [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Hesphina Rukato, the Zimbabwean development academic, describes the purpose of this book as being "to record and document the processes, dynamics, and other factors that have influenced the evolution, successes and challenges of the New Partnership for Africa's Development (Nepad) in the past eight years".
He currently serves as editor of the University of Rochester Studies in African History and the Diaspora Series, the Greenwood Press Series on Culture and Customs of Africa, and the Classic Authors of Texts and Authors on Africa for Africa World Press.
: Africa World Press, 2002); and Bade Onimode, African Development and Governance Strategies in the 21st Century: Looking Back to Move Forward: Essays in Honour of Adebayo Adedeji at Seventy (London: Zed Books, 2004).
For Mildred Scott Olmsted," a poem by Sonia Sanchez, from the collection Under a Soprano Sky, Africa World Press, 1987.
Other books cited: Marimba Ani, Yurugu: An African-Centered Critique of European Cultural Thought and Behavior, Africa World Press, Trenton, NJ, & Asmara, Eritrea, 2000; Roland Barthes, Mythologies, Paladin, London, 1972; Diane Bell, Ngarrindjeri Wurruwarrin: The World That Is, Was, and Will Be, Spinifex Press, Melbourne, 1998; Shulamit Reinharz, Feminist Methods in Social Research, Oxford, New York, 1992.
The Roots of Nubian Christianity Uncovered: The Triumph of The Last Pharaoh by Salim Faraji (Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, 2012; ISBN: 978-1592218721, pp.