Know Thyself-Singing Epistemic Freedom
Contesting Issues of Identity in Post Colonial Africa
This book is a phenomenal approach focusing on rethinking identities in post-colonial Africa, through the introduction of epistemic freedom theory.
The theory has been widely researched by anthropologist, sociologist, historians and political scientist, but the relationship of self knowledge of Africans and people of African origins has not yet been explored by the researchers hence this book to bridge the gap.
It offers a foundational framework in the comprehension of decolonization and decoloniality of epistemology as the redemptive strategy in self knowledge.