HUMAN DIGNITY - RESOURCES AND CHALLENGES FOR PUBLIC-THEOLOGICAL DISCOURSE AND PRACTICE IN AFRICA TODAY - GUEST EDITORIAL
AbstractThe Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (Germany) declared 2008 as a special year for research on the African continent. An invitation was sent to all past Humboldt scholars to submit proposals for a colloquium with a research theme relevant to the Africa continent. The guidelines were clear: Invite past Humboldt scholars who should make up approximately half of the participants. Draw together eminent scholars from related research fields in Germany, and provide opportunities to young scholars who show potential as leaders in the future academy.
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