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Recommended interview readings:

Chosen articles from the journal Studies in African Languages and Cultures.

Roger Blench. 2013. “Language, linguistics and archaeology: their integration in the study of African prehistory”. In: P Mitchell & P. Lane (eds.), Oxford Handbook of African Archeology. Oxford University Press, 49-64.

Rafał Smoleń. 2021. “Language policy in postcolonial Africa in the light of postcolonial theory. The ideas of Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o”. SALC 50, 115-147.

Paul Kenyon. 2018. Dictatorland. The men who stole Africa. Head of Zeus. (pol. „Ziemia dyktatorów: O ludziach, którzy ukradli Afrykę”)

Martin Meredith. 2013. The State of Africa: A History of the Continent Since Independence.  Simon & Schuster (pol. „Historia współczesnej Afryki: Pół wieku niepodległości”)

Molefi Kete Asante. 2013. An Afrocentric Manifesto: Toward an African Renaissance. Polity.

Odafe Atogun. 2017. “10 Essential African Novels“. Publishers Weekly.

Roger Blench, Chapter for the OXFORD HANDBOOK OF AFRICAN ARCHAEOLOGY, Peter Mitchell, Paul Lane (eds.), “Language, linguistics and archaeology; their integration in the study of African prehistory“.

Nina Pawlak, 2021, “Hausa phraseologisms as a structural property of language and cultural value”. Language in Africa 2(1), 2021, 91–120. doi: 10.37892/2686-8946-2021-2-1-91-120