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African Higher Education: An International Reference Handbook Hardcover – October 2, 2003

ISBN-13: 978-0253341860 ISBN-10: 0253341868

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Damtew Teferra is a research associate at the Center for International Higher Education at Boston College.

Philip G. Altbach is J. Donald Monan, SJ Professor of Higher Education and Director of the Center for International Higher Education at Boston College.


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Rather than anchoring himself in a narrowly defined disciplinary location, Dr. Lulat is by training and by research inclination a social scientist--in the sense that his entire academic career (education, research, and teaching) has been, and continues to be, fundamentally multidisciplinary--as attested by the principal area to which most of his work belongs: Africana Studies (which comprises both African Studies and studies of the African Diaspora throughout the world). It is not without reason that in addition to his doctorate, he holds three masters degrees and a postgraduate certificate across several disciplines. Moreover, his educational career spans universities in four countries on three continents. His work, therefore, comes out of a pioneering and now well-established scholarly tradition of multidisciplinary research that has been the hallmark of Africana Studies. In keeping with one of his mantra's that "the present is always historical," Dr Lulat's current research focus is the political economy of world history from an African perspective that seeks to locate Africa's place in that history.

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