147 2. Obviously this statement does not apply with equal force to East and West Africa. 3. However, cf. Blacking for a recent renewal of interest in the race relations perspective. 4. e.g. Holt, 1940. 5. It would appear that Daneel also is exploring a variant of this idea. 'RELIGION AND SOCIAL CHANGE IN AFRICA SOUTH OF THE SAHARA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO CHRISTIANITY' Report of the Africa-seminar at the University of Aarhus, Denmark, August 1981 For the participants it counted as a significant experience, when 55 researchers and students, two thirds of them fulltime, met for a seminar on 'Religion and Social Change in Africa South of the Sahara with Special Reference to Christianity. Perspectives and Methodology of Research' from 21 to 28 August 1981. The seminar, held at the Institute of Missiology and Ecumenics, Faculty of Theology, University of Arhus, Denmark, was arranged by Nordic Institute of Missiology and Ecumenical Research (NIME), which provides a cooperative framework for ten academic research institutions in the Nordic countries. As the invitation had been extended to "all kinds of scholars and students concerned with the above topic", participants from more than ten academic disciplines and seven African and seven
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Published: Jan 1, 1981
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