The idea of an African university : the Nigerian experience / edited by Joseph Kenny.
Contributor(s): Kenny, Joseph, Assyrian Christian Missionery.Material type: TextSeries: Cultural heritage and contemporary change. v. 11Series IIAfrica. Nigerian philosophical studies ; 2.Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, c2007Description: 189 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781565182301 .Subject(s): Education, Higher -- Africa -- Philosophy | Education, Higher -- Nigeria -- PhilosophyDDC classification: 378.6 Online resources: Table of contents only
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Liberal versus practical orientation of curriculum development / Olusegun oladipo -- Lessons of world history of the university for Nigeria today / Joseph Kenny -- Human capital in Nigerian universities : the presence of the past and the thrust of the future / Ifeanyi Onyeonoru -- University decline and its reasons : imperatives for change and relevance / Francis Egbokhare -- The need for humanities in the Nigerian university curriculum -- Knowledge production, cultural identity and globalization : African universities and the challenges of authenticity and transformation in the twenty-first century / Kolawole A. Owolabi -- Idealism versus pragmatism in the production of knowledge in Nigerian universities / Olatunji A. Oyeshile -- The university and the African crisis of morality : lessons from Nigeria / Ogbo Ugwuanyi -- The cultural challenge of being African universities : Nigerian identity and contemporary progress -- Subjectivity, hermeneutics and culture -- George F. Mclean -- Value systems and the interest groups of a university / Francis M. Isichei -- The place of theology in the university curriculum / Anthony A. Akinwale.
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