Journal on African Philosophy have just published issue 5. This is the second issue after a 10 year hiatus since 2003. We thank all the contributors of being part of this revitalization process.
The leading article of the issue is by Professor Susan Babbitt. The article, Cuba's Internationalism and Martí's "Trenches of Ideas" is on fire. This is an excellent article that looks at the little island of Cuba and its selfless involvement in Angola. This next article is by Professor Extraordinarius Mogobe Ramose on Reconciliation and Reconfiliation in South Africa. He is followed by Professor Laura Hengehold ’s Post-War Women. Next is an article by the late Professor Charles Benjamin Kwabena Archampong on Anton Wilhelm Amo, which was edited posthumously by Professor Helen Lauer. Rounding off the article section is Lecturer Olufemi Badru on traditional value system and communal trust. Next, a review essay by Thomas Albright on the film, Nightmare at the Museum, which is followed by Professor Charles Peterson's film review on the award-winning documentary, Dear Mandela. We round up the issue with an interview with Dara Kell, the South African born and bred director of Dear Mandela.
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