Information technology: What does it mean for scientists and scholars in the developing world?

S. Arunachalam

ASIS Bulletin, Vol 25, No 4 1999

Toni Morrison, winner of the 1993 Nobel Prize for literature and author of the trilogy Beloved, Jazz and Paradise, once said that it seemed as if writing about the life and sensibilities of Black people didn’t really count; it was not thought important enough to merit attention; it was peripheral.

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