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Notes On Contributors

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This section of the book titled Uncovering the History of Africans in Asia presents a note on contributors. The paradigms, methodological and analytical perspectives developed in the book were examined and appreciated within the frameworks of the dynamics of the world political economy and the contemporary state and its cultures. The centrality of African historiography in the making of the world history or the humanity at large as the cradle of the humanity, though is still intellectually and historically controversial in some milieux, has been scientifically proven by African and non-African scientists. This centrality also challenged the arguments of the state-centrist in defining Africans or people of African descent.

Keywords:African historiography; Asia; political economy



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