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adjective & noun
- ‘The authors of this narrative grapple with their white identity as they negotiate new identities that incorporate, sometimes in a romantic fashion, Africanist discourses.’
- ‘It has received extraordinary attention in the media and has brought contemporary African art to the notice of the non-Africanist museum and gallery goer while at the same time sparking lively discussion among Africanist art scholars.’
- ‘‘Why does nobody care about blacks’ was a recent headline in the self-professed Africanist magazine.’
- ‘Research activism of this kind was found most visibly in the attacks on diasporic Africanist scholars.’
- ‘Hearing these expressions the audience is, as it were, invited to read the scene informed by an Africanist perspective.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.
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