• Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; List of Tables; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Indigenous Discourses on Knowledge and Development in Africa; PART I Indigenous Knowledge and Development; 1 Reflections on "African Development": Situating Indigeneity and Indigenous Knowledges; 2 Intersections Between Indigenous Knowledge and Economic Development in Africa; 3 Indigenization and Sustainable Development for Zimbabwe: A Post-Colonial Philosophical Perspective; PART II Indigenous Knowledge, Culture and Education
  • 4 Re-Culturing De-Cultured Education for Inclusive Social Development in Africa5 Counter-Visioning Contemporary African Education: Indigenous Science as a Tool for African Development; 6 Reclaiming the Education for All Agenda in Africa: Prospects for Inclusive Policy Spaces; 7 Education Inequality and Economic Development in Eastern and Southern Africa; 8 Learning by Doing: Julius Nyerere's Education Policy for Self-Reliance in Tanzania; 9 A Diploma for a Debt: Students' Perception of Their Student Loan Program in Burkina Faso; PART III Politics and Development
  • 10 International Corporate Politics and the Hubris of Development Discourses11 The Dual Sources of Political Development in Ethiopia and the Emergence of Ethnic Federalism; 12 Leadership and Governance in Sub-Saharan Africa: Conceptual and Historical Perspectives; 13 Revisiting the African Revolutionary Praxis in the Global Era; 14 The Shifting Boundaries of the African State in Agricultural Institutions and Policies in an Era of Globalization; Contributors; Index