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CURRENT ISSUE

 

Volume 4 • Number 10 • 2012

 

From Colonization to Globalization
The Political and Intellectual Legacies of Kwame Nkrumah

edited by

Charles Quist-Adade, PhD and Frances Chiang, PhD
The Journal of Pan African Studies, vol.4, no.10, January 2012

 

Editorial
Charles Quist-Adade and Frances Chiang
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Welcome Address at the Opening Ceremony
Charles Quist-Adade, Conference Co-Organizer & Contributing Editor
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The Character of Kwame Nkrumah's United Africa Vision
Molefi Kete Asante
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'Africa Must Unite:' Vindicating Kwame Nkrumah and Uniting Africa Against Global Destruction
Henry Kam Kah
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Reclaiming Our Africanness in the Disaporized Context:
The Challenge of Asserting a Critical African Personality

George J. Sefa Dei
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From Nkrumah to NEPAD and Beyond: Has Anything Changed?
Catherine Schittecatte
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Kwame Nkrumah's Mission and Vision for Africa and The World
Vincent Dodoo
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Sovereignty and the African Union
Leila J. Farmer
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Pan-African Conferences, 1900 - 1953: What Did 'Pan-Africanism' Mean?
Marika Sherwood
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The Intellectual and Political Legacies of Kwame Nkrumah
Ama Biney
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From the Temples of Egypt to Emperor Haile Selassie's Pan-African University
John K. Marah
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Fifty Years of Kiswahili in Regional and International Development
Susan Chebet-Choge
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Criminology and Colonialism: Counter Colonial Criminology and the Canadian Context
Tamari Kitossa
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The United States Peace Corps as a Facet of United States-Ghana Relations
E. Ofori Bekoe, Ma
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The Epiphany of Ubuntu in Knowledge Development: An African Way
Ramadimetja Shirley Mogale
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The Role of the Decolonization Committee of the United Nations Organization in the Struggle Against Portuguese Colonialism in Africa: 1961-1974
Aurora Almada E Santos
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Beyond the Ideology of 'Civil War': The Global-Historical Constitution of Political Violence in Sudan
Alison J. Ayers
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Women and Democratization in West Africa: The Case of Cercle d'Autopromotion pour le Développement Durable
Charles Belanger
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Enemies to Allies: The Dynamics of Rwanda-Congo Military, Economic and Diplomatic Relations
Greg Queyranne
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Perennial Challenges to African Independence and the Nagging Essentials of African Liberation
D. Zizwe Poe
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