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A magnum opus on African publishing

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Affiliations: 1: Since leaving the Oxford International Centre for Publishing Studies, where he was Principal Lecturer, Kelvin Smith has been writing and speaking on publishing and cultural policy. He also provides online information services and advises NGOs and industry organizations, while remaining a consultant on international publishing education and an Associate Consultant at Oxford Publishing and Digital Media. Focusing on the role of governmental and non-governmental bodies in the development of sustainable independent publishing and translation support schemes, Smith sees the book as an essential element for cultural development and social cohesion. He has written previously for LOGOS on French publishing (see volume 15/4). Separately from his book career, Smith is promoting the cause of the North Sea Region as a common cultural space.


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