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Gender, Democracy and Institutional Development in Africa

Book

Part of the Gender, Development and Social Change book series (GDSC)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xviii
  2. Njoki Nathani Wane
    Pages 1-5
  3. Ahmed Ali Ilmi
    Pages 7-35
  4. Francis Adyanga Akena
    Pages 37-65
  5. Njoki Nathani Wane
    Pages 99-121
  6. Solomon Belay Faris
    Pages 123-142
  7. Erick Fabris, Njoki Nathani Wane
    Pages 143-163
  8. Solomon Belay Faris, Njoki Nathani Wane
    Pages 165-186
  9. Osholene Oshobugie, Danielle Cantave
    Pages 187-200
  10. Back Matter
    Pages 207-209

About this book

Introduction

This book analyses African foundations of gender, education, politics, democracy and institutional development by stimulating theoretical discourses. It offers a discursive framework on ways to examine the conceptualizations of African social development and a critical discourse on debunking the misconceptions that are attached to African location in the global arena. The volume challenges the danger of minimizing and oversimplifying the role of Africa in the international space. This will be ideal for researchers, students and scholars in the areas of African and gender studies, development, politics and education.

Njoki Nathani Wane is Professor of African Indigenous Education, Black Feminisms, Anti-colonial and Decolonization Thought, University of Toronto, Canada.

Keywords

Africa Africanness African Diaspora globalization in Africa Governance in Africa Ancient Governance in Africa

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.University of TorontoToronto, ONCanada

About the authors

Njoki Nathani Wane is Professor of African Indigenous Education, Black Feminisms, Anti-colonial and Decolonization Thought, University of Toronto, Canada.

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