ABPR 2016; 42(1): 1137 Hans M. Zell* Publishing and the Book in Africa Literature review DOI 10.1515/abpr-2016-0003 Contents General and regional studies Africa: General studies/Book history in Africa 12 Regional studies: Africa, East 14 Regional studies: Africa, West 15 Country Studies Cameroon 15 Ethiopia 16 Kenya 16 Nigeria 17 South Africa 19 Tanzania 23 Uganda 24 Zimbabwe 24 Studies by topic Authors and publishers/Publishing of African writers and African literature 24 Book and journals assistance and donation Programmes 26 Children's book publishing 27 Copyright and legal deposit/Authors' rights 28 Digital media and electronic publishing/ New printing technology 29 Educational and school book publishing 31 Journals and magazine publishing 32 Multinational publishers in Africa 32 Open access publishing 33 Reading culture and reading promotion 34 Scholarly publishing (General) 35 Scientific, technical and medical publishing 37 Women in African publishing/Publishing by and for women 37 This is a review of select new literature in English that has appeared on the topic of publishing and book development in Africa published during the course of 2015. It covers books, papers in edited collections, journal articles, Internet documents and reports, interviews, as well as a number of blog postings (with their posting
The African Book Publishing Record – de Gruyter
Published: Mar 1, 2016
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