Category: African Studies

The Mission of Apolo Kivebulaya

The Mission of Apolo Kivebulaya

We thank Emma Wild-Wood for contributing this blog piece. Dr Wild-Wood explores the first time she was introduced to Apolo Kivebulaya and how her new publication examines wider social processes… READ MORE

Creed and Grievance

Creed and Grievance

David Ehrhardt shares what he hopes readers will take away from his book Creed and Grievance. This publication is part of a trilogy on religious conflict in northern Nigeria, alongside… READ MORE

Reel Resistance

Reel Resistance

“When I began to make my own films, I could not help but make a cinema that was political in its form and content, … I wanted to use cinema,… READ MORE

Hawks and Doves in Sudan’s Armed Conflict

Hawks and Doves in Sudan’s Armed Conflict

Suad M. E. Musa shares the story behind writing the 2019 Aidoo-Snyder Award winning book, Hawks and Doves in Sudan’s Armed Conflict, Al-Hakkamat Baggara Women of Darfur, published by James… READ MORE

Nairobi in the Making

Nairobi in the Making

How does one manage the remains of the past? Constance Smith echoes #rhodesmustfall and decolonial deliberations in her new book: Nairobi in the Making. In 2015, a new shout went… READ MORE

Tanzanian Development

Tanzanian Development

In this interview Dr. David Potts gives us an insight into what led him to begin his research on Tanzania, the different perspectives and opinions in his recent publication and… READ MORE

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