Our Publications

This page includes the publications resulting from this project and recent publications by the project members. An annotated bibliography will be made available soon.

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Charlotte Baker (Volume editor) Elvis Imafidon (Volume editor), Cultural Representations of Albinism in Africa: Narratives of Change, Edited Collection XVI, Series: Disability, Media, Culture, Volume 2 (2022)


“The authors in this inspiring volume focus on the socially transformative potential narrative has to shape understandings of albinism in Africa. Scholars and activists, they reflect on how traditional beliefs, literary fiction, radio, music, photography, film and the arts can bring about social change, and also educate publics about albinism.” (Carli Coetzee, Editor, Journal of African Cultural Studies)

Jeff. D. Grischow and Magnus Mfoafo-M’Carthy (eds), Disability Rights and Inclusiveness in Africa: The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, challenges and change (James Currey, 2022)


Elvis Imafidon and Charlotte Baker, “Traditional beliefs inform attitudes to disability in Africa. Why it matters”, The Conversation, June 2020.



Elvis Imafidon, ed. Handbook of African Philosophy of Difference  (Springer 2020).



Elvis Imafidon, African Philosophy and the Otherness of Albinism (Routledge 2018).