Cambria Press congratulates Adams Bodomo on the recent review of Africans in China by Sociolinguistic Studies in which “the reader is confronted with the first book-length description and analysis of African migrants into China,” Africans in China is praised because “its theoretical and methodological novelty among the studies about Africa and China places it as an outstanding resource not only for cultural contact studies but also for sociology, linguistics and anthropology.” The journal review goes on to commend the author for “Bodomo has brilliantly opened the way to desirable future research.”
China Quarterly has also hailed the book for being a “pioneering, full-length treatment” of Africans in China.
Africans in China will be on display at the Cambria Press MLA booth (132) at the annual convention in Chicago this week. It will be on display again at the 2014 Association of Asian Studies (AAS) annual conference in Philadelphia, but you don’t have to wait–read it online now!
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