“What was Africa to Them?” Rev: Middle Passages: African American Journeys to Africa 1787-2005 by James T. Campbell, Black Gold of the Earth: Searching for Home in Africa and Beyond by Ekow Eshun, American Africans in Ghana: Black Expatriates and the Civil Rights Era by Kevin J. Gaines, Lose Your Mother: A Journey Along the Atlantic Slave Route Saidiya Hartman, and The Door of No Return: The History of Cape Coast Castle and the Atlantic Slave Trade by William St. Clair, New York Review of Books September 27, 2007, Volume LIV, Number 14, – . Republished as “Le rêve Africain des Afro-américains” Claire Saint-Germain trans. in La revue Internationale des livres et des idées Janvier-Février 2008 No. 3, 3-7.
The Sokal Affair scandal extended from academia to the public press. The anthropologist Bruno Latour , criticized in Fashionable Nonsense , described the scandal as a " tempest in a tea cup ". Retired Northeastern University mathematician turned social scientist Gabriel Stolzenberg wrote essays meant to discredit the statements of Sokal and his allies,  arguing that they insufficiently grasped the philosophy they criticized, rendering their criticism meaningless. In Social Studies of Science , Bricmont and Sokal responded to Stolzenberg,  denouncing his "tendentious misrepresentations" of their work and criticizing Stolzenberg's commentary about the " strong programme " of the sociology of science. In the same issue, Stolzenberg replied, arguing that their critique and allegations of misrepresentation were based on misreadings. He advised readers to slowly and skeptically examine the arguments proposed by each party, bearing in mind that "the obvious is sometimes the enemy of the true". 
Dear Pamela,As a Brit, it’s nice to see someone from ‘over the pond’ who’s got most of the information about Afternoon Tea correct for a change: I now live in Vinci, Italy (yes where Leonardo was born), and now offer afternoon tea to Italians in our home dining would take you to task on one item in your article,(there’s always a critic!) and that is about Cream Tea in which you say: “Cream Tea — A simple tea service consisting of scones, clotted cream, marmalade or lemon curd and tea.” Cream Tea traditionally consists of scones served with clotted cream and strawberry said that if people prefer to have their scones (and it’s pronounced ‘skons’ as far as I’m concerned),with an alternative, I have no problem with that, it’s a free world (supposedly)!For example I sometimes fill my Victoria Sponge with lemon curd instead of the traditional raspberry jam and fresh raspberries both of which balance well with a nice cup of sweet Luck with the book!