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|Named Person:||Anthony Appiah|
|Material Type:||Audio book, etc.|
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|Notes:||Title taken from spoken introduction to broadcast.
Broadcast date: 4 April, 1998.
|Target Audience:||Jill Kitson speaks to author, Anthony Appiah about whether it makes sense to to speak of black Africans as a race. He says that the term 'race' has been used by Afro-Americans to forge a sense of identity with with black Africans but in his book, 'In my father's house : Africa in the philosophy of culture' he deconstructs the word race.|
|Description:||1 sound cassette.|
|Other Titles:||Lingua franca 4 April 1998
Lingua franca (Radio programme)
|Responsibility:||with Jill Kitson.|