Cultural Encyclopaedia I

Inspired by some of the historical ways of passing down knowledge, particularly the Adae ceremonies of the Akan, in which youths were able to learn from their elders. The structure of the Cultural Encyclopaedia is such that researchers gather and document material (articles, essays, books, theses etc.) in a number of subject areas ranging from Art and Archaeology to Maths, Science and Economics, which form the cultural foundations of a country. The editors, accomplished, emerging specialists in their fields, make selections from the database of material published online for the printed versions; with the editorial guidance of recognised and well-established authorities.