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Davis, Caroline

The Book in Africa

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
David Johnson, Caroline Davis

Part I. From Script to Print

2. Copying and Circulation in South Africa’s Reading Cultures, 1780–1840
Archie L. Dick

3. Printing as an Agent of Change in Morocco, 1864–1912
Fawzi Abdulrazak

4. Between Manuscripts and Books: Islamic Printing in Ethiopia
Alessandro Gori

5. Making Book History in Timbuktu
Shamil Jeppie

Part II. Politics and Profit in African Print Cultures

6. Print Culture and Imagining the Union of South Africa
David Johnson

7. Creating a Book Empire: Longmans in Africa
Caroline Davis

8. From Royalism to E-secessionism: Lozi Histories and Ethnic Politics in Zambia
Jack Hogan, Giacomo Macola

9. Between the Cathedral and the Market: A Study of Wits University Press
Elizabeth Roux

Part III. The Making of African Literature

10. Francophone African Literary Prizes and the ‘Empire of the French Language’
Ruth Bush, Claire Ducournau

11. Heinemann’s African Writers Series and the Rise of James Ngugi
Nourdin Bejjit

12. The Publishing and Digital Dissemination of Creative Writing in Cameroon
Joyce B. Ashuntantang

Keywords: Cultural and Media Studies, African Culture, African Literature, African Languages, Sociology of Culture, Literary Theory, Cultural Theory

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2015
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
New Directions in Book History
Page amount
292 pages
Category
Art, Art History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137401625
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-48644-1

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