The Journal of African Cultural Heritage Studies aims to be the major conduit for publishing research carried out in African archaeology, anthropology, historical and heritage studies, heritage theory, architectural history as well as heritage and sustainable development, heritage tourism and museum studies. The journal editors recognize the absence of African philosophies in the heritage disciplines in Africa as well as in heritage debates around the world. Africa has a rich heritage philosophy which could enhance an understanding of cultural heritage holistically. Mainstreaming African knowledge systems to critical heritage studies will therefore be one of the main objectives of this publication.
Managing Heritage in Africa: Who Cares? Edited by Webber Ndoro, Shadreck Chirikure and Janette Deacon
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