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CURRENT ISSUE

 

Volume 11 • Number 2 • January 2018

 

On the cover: (left to right): Nga Ondigui Brigitte Nadege Fleurette, Etaka Tambe Jerry, Dr. Lisa Aubrey, Manga Owona Stephanie, and Amidissini Sandward Ali Federal in Bimbia, Cameroon at a site of the transatlantic enslavement enterprise based of the destruction of African people, constituting a grave crime against African humanity.

 

Joseph L. White
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The Rhetoric of De/mystifying ‘Presidential Mistakes’ in Nigeria’s Democratic Culture
by Adeyemi Adegoju and Yemisi M. Famakinwa
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William H. L. Dorsey: An Interview and Lesson in Deliberate Protracted Activism
by Itibari M. Zulu
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‘Opening Up Spaces’: The Politics of Black Economic Empowerment and Indigenization in the Telecommunications Industry in Post-Independence Zimbabwe
by Douglas Mpondi
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Ku Komena Nyundo: The Africana Studies Effect
by Serie McDougal, III and Dawn-Elissa Fischer
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Percolation Principle Perspective of Verb-Suffix Distinction in Igbo Verb Compounds
by Chimaobi Onwukwe
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The Ngoma Initiation Rite: A Distinctive Vatsonga Cultural Mainstay in Zimbabwe
by Itibari M. Zulu
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Trends in Media Framing of China’s Engagement in Africa and Other Parts of the World
by Victor C. Eze and Olugbenga Elegbe
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The Representation of African Civil Wars in Australian and New Zealand Refugee Scholarship
by Mandisi Majavu
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Cultivating Ideal Citizens in the Age of the Global at Texas Southern University: Honors Academics and the World African Community
by Humphrey A. Regis
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The Rhetoric of De/mystifying ‘Presidential Mistakes’ in Nigeria’s Democratic Culture
by Adeyemi Adegoju and Yemisi M. Famakinwa
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Living Libraries: The Role of the Baansi in Preserving the Culture of the Dagbon in Northern Ghana
by Florence Dedzoe-Dzokotoe Plockey and Abdulai Salifu Asuro
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Obafemi Awolowo University Undergraduate Students: The Influence of Gender and Self-Efficacy on Entrepreneurial Intentions
by Aderemi Kehinde Ojewumi, Johnson Tunde Oyeleke, Femi Agberotimi and Olufunmilayo Adedayo
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Never Cut the Rope: Returning Home to Heal and Rebuild in Pede Hollist’s
So the Path Does Not Die
by Onyeka Iwuchukwu
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Relevant Books

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Retrospective

Defining and Studying the Modern African Diaspora (1998)
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Announcements

The Collegium for African Diaspora Dance
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Documenting Ferguson: A Digital Repository
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Papers of Amiri Baraka: Poet Laureate of the Black Power Movement
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The Center for African, Caribbean and Community Development: University of Massachusetts, Boston
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Douglas Turner Ward Archives: Emory University
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Universal Negro Improvement Association Records, 1916, 1921-1989
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Documentary Educational Resources
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The Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice: Brown University
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