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Mamadou Diouf is a Senegalese historian and specialist in colonial history and religion in Senegal. He is the Leitner Family Professor of African Studies and the Director of Columbia University’s Institute for African Studies. Before joining the faculty at Columbia University, he was the Charles D. Moody Jr. Collegiate Professor

Alice Urusaro Uwagaga Karekezi, a scholarly practitioner holds a PhD from the School of Global Studies, University of Göteborg focused on decolonizing international norm construction and a Master Degree from the University Aix-Marseille III. She has near 30 years of experience working in Post-conflict setting and reconstruction. Karekezi co-founded the

Dzodzi Tsikata is a Research Professor of Development Sociology and Director of the Institute of African Studies (IAS) at the University of Ghana since August 2016. Before this, she was based at the Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER) during which time she was Deputy Director and Director

Fatima Harrak is a Historian and political scientist, a graduate of the Institut d’Etudes Politiques in Paris and the University of London School of Oriental and African Studies. She is a research scholar at the University of Mohamed V Institute of African Studies and served as its Director from 2003

Sam Moyo (Zimbabwe) is professor and the executive director of the African Institute for Agrarian Studies (AIAS) based in Harare, Zimbabwe. He has more than 28 years of research and lecturing experience on rural development issues with a focus on land reform, agrarian change, environmental policy, and social movements. He has

Teresa Cruz e Silva, Mozambican, holds a PhD in Social Sciences from the University of Bradford (United Kingdom). Currently an Associate Professor at the Centre for African Studies (CEA) and the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the Eduardo Mondlane University, Maputo, Mozambique, she has in the past been

Zenebeworke Tadesse is an Ethiopian development specialist with degrees in Sociology and International Relations from Binghamton University, USA. Her area of specialization covers gender relations, governance, rural development and research on poverty. She is a founding member and first Executive Secretary of the Association of African Women for Research and Development