Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa
Conseil pour le développement de la recherche en sciences sociales en Afrique
Conselho para o Desenvolvimento da Pesquisa em Ciências Sociais em África
مجلس تنمية البحوث الإجتماعية في أفريقيا


Papers presented at the Conference

10-12 December, 2003, Dakar, Senegal

Number of visits: 2698

Parallel Session A: Interrogating African Intellectuals on Nationalism and Pan-Africanism

- John Forje, Self-determination, Nationalism, Development and Pan-Africanism Stuck on the Runway: Are Intellectuals to be Blamed?

John Forje

- Ngodi Etanislas, Intellectuels, pan-africanisme et démocratie en Afrique: Bilan et perspectives

Ngodi Etanislas

- André Mbata Mangu, Contribution des intellectuels congolais au mouvement nationaliste, à la lutte pour l’indépendance et la démocratie au Congo-Kinshasa

André Mbata Mangu

- Michael Neocosmos, The Contradictory Position of Tradition in African Nationalist Discourse: Some Analytic Reflections in the Context of Democratic Struggle

Michael Neocosmos

- Cyril Obi, No Longer at Ease: Intellectuals and the Crisis of Nation-Statism in Nigeria in the 1990s

Cyril Obi

- Ernest-Marie Mbonda, Intellectuels et patriotisme: à propos de la fuite des cerveaux

Ernest-Marie Mbonda

Parallel Session B: Re-Reading the Pillars of Africa Nationalism and Pan-Africanism

- Olufemi Taiwo, Re-reading a Pioneering Pan-Africanist: J. Africanus Horton

- Helmy Sharawi, Frantz Fanon, Intellectuals and the Pan-African Movement

- Kenneth Nyangena, An Epitome of Indigenous Pan-Africanism: Jomo Kenyatta, Nationalism and Intellectual Production in Kenya

Kenneth Nyangena

- Antoine Tine, Léopold Sédar Senghor et Cheikh Anta Diop face à l’idéal pan-africain

Antoine Tine

- Osei Raymond, Re-Visiting Nkrumah’s Political Agenda

- Daniel Abwa, Kwame Nkrumah revisité: Les seize pour l’unité africaine

Daniel Abwa

Parallel Session C: Issues and Perspectives in the Realisation of the Pan-Africanist Vision

- Konate Kangbai, La Place et l’utilisation de l’Afrique dans le processus identitaire des Noirs américains: discours interpretative et négociation

Konate Kangbai

- Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo, Can a “Realist Pan-Africanism” be a Relevant Instrument toward the Transformation of African and African Diaspora Politics? : Imagining a Pan African State

Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo

- Beban Sammy Chumbow, The Language Question and the Pan-African Ideal

- Mammo Muchie, A Theory of Pan-African Unification-Nation for the Structural Transformation of Africa

Mammo Muchie

- Léon Tsambu Bulu, La refondation de l’idéal panafricain à travers la musique

Léon Tsambu Bulu

- David Mathew Chacha, Julius Nyerere: The Intellectual Pan-Africanist and the Question of African Unity

David Mathew Chacha

Parallel Sessions II

Parallel Session D: Nationalism and Pan-Africanism: Trajectories, Promises, Contradictions and Discontents (I)

- Chentouf Tayeb, Les indépendances, et après?

Chentouf Tayeb

- Tatah Mentan, Exiting the Whirlpool? Pan-Africanism Caught in the Crossfire of Identity and Globalization

Tatah Mentan

- Jacques Tshibwabwa Kuditshini, Nationalisme et crise de l’Etat-nation dans le processus de mondialisation: cas de la République démocratique du Congo

Jacques Tshibwabwa Kuditshini

- Aghi Auguste Bahi, Permanence et biffurcation du « sentiment nationalisme » ivoirien

Aghi Auguste Bahi

- Ismail Ibouroi, Comores: La naissance du séparatisme ou l’effondrement d’une République

Parell Session E: Nationalism and Pan-Africanism: Trajectories, Promises, Contradictions and Discontents (II)

- Akin Fadahunsi, Nigerian Nationalists and Pan-Africanists: Paradox of An Emerging Sub-Imperial Regional Power

Akin Fadahunsi

- Kwame Boafo-Arthur, Neo-Liberalism, Human Security and the Pan-African Ideal: Synergies and Contradictions

Kwame Boafo-Arthur

- Laury Ocen, Negotiating Neo-Liberal Influences and Popular Renaissance in Africa: The Narrative Discourse in African Cinema

Laury Ocen

- Sehlare Makgetlaneng, The External Expansion Factor of South Africa: The Theoretical Position of White Intellectuals that South Africa is an Advanced Capitalist country

Sehlare Makgetlaneng

- Félix Mouko, Entrepreneuriat, mondialisation et panafricanisme

Félix Mouko

- Danson Khayana, Narrating National Identity: Fiction, Citizenship and the Asian Experience in East Africa

Danson Khayana

Parallel Session F: Nationalism and Pan-Africanism: Trajectories, Promises, Contradictions and Discontents (III)

- Yacouba Zerbo, Genèse et évolution du Nationalisme en Afrique

Yacouba Zerbo

- M.S.C Okolo, Re-Establishing the Basis of Social Order in Africa: A Philosophical Reflection on Achebe’s Reformist Agenda and Ngugi’s Marxist Aesthetics

M.S.C Okolo

- Remi Adeoti Gbemisola, Narrating the Green Gods: Nigerian Military Rulers

- Guillaume Funkwa Nkongolo, Conscience a-historique et crise de nationalisme et de panafricanisme chez les intellectuels: Le cas des économistes congolais

Guillaume Funkwa Nkongolo

- Adekoya Olusegun, Psychopaths in Power: The Collapse of the African Dream in A Play of Giants

Adekoya Olusegun

- Madeleine Alingué, Afro-Latinité: Nouvelles Perspectives pour la «Renaissance Africaine»

Madeleine Alingué

Parallel Sessions III

Parallel Session G: Fourth Generation African Scholarship: Knowledge, Identity and Pan-Africanism

- Mshai Mwangola, Nurturing the Fourth Generation: Defining the Historical Mission

Mshai Mwangola

- Nana Akua Anyidoho, Identity and Knowledge Production in the Fourth Generation

Nana Akua Anyidoho

- David Afriyie Donkor, Pan-African Nationalism and Theatre Discourse in the New Political Economy of Ghana

David Afriyie Donkor

- Henry Dougan, African Scholarship, Language and Democracy: The Struggle for Participatory and Inclusionary Politics in Africa

Henry Dougan

- Godwin Murunga, Memories and Connections: Thoughts on Intellectual and Institutional Links between African and Black Studies in the Reconstruction of African Identity

Godwin Murunga

- Jean-Pierre Tshipamba Dikamba, Du front commun universitaire pour le salut de la nation à l’universitaire aux multiples fronts pour la survi

Jean-Pierre Tshipamba Dikamba

Parallel Session H: Knowledge and Religion in the Nationalism and Pan-Africanist Projects

- Kabiru Chafe, Scholars, Sufis and Ideals of Pan-African Identity: An Examination of the Role of Sheikh Uthman bn. Fudi

Kabiru Chafe

- Khalid Chegraoui, Idéologie, religion et ethnocentrisme au Maghreb: de l’historique contemporaine au Maroc

Khalid Chegraoui

- Muhammed Garba Bala, Religion and the Pan-African Ideal: The Experience of Salafi Islam in West Africa

Muhammed Garba Bala

- Godwell Nhamo, The Influence of Actor-Network Theory on Knowledge Construction in Africa

Godwell Nhamo

- Isaie Dougnon, « Il y a trop d’enquêtes et notre situation ne change pas »: Essai sur la crise de savoir en milieu rural

Isaie Dougnon

- Eric Masinde Aseka, Theoretical Charters of African Intellectual Discourse

Eric Masinde Aseka

Parallel Session I: Issues in Regionalism and the Quest for a Pan-African Public Space

- Herman Wasserman, The Internet, Civil Society and a Pan-African Public Sphere: Renaissance or Delusion ?

Herman Wasserman

- Kalilou Sylla, Pourquoi le processus d’intégration économique en Afrique piétine?: Nouvelles explications de l’échec de la politique d’intégration

- G. Chikowore, The African Union and the Destiny of Africa: The SADC Experience

G. Chikowore

- Alexander Frempong, Trajectories of Sub-Regional Conflict Management: An Assessment of ECOWAS

Alexander Frempong

- Darlene Miller, South African Multinational Corporation and Regional Claim-Making in Post-Apartheid South Africa: Retail Workers at Shoprite-Checkers in Zambia

Darlene Miller

- Frederick Muyia Nafukho, Africa Growth and Opportunity Act: A Mythology in the Making or New Path to Africa’s Economic Recovery?

Frederick Muyia Nafukho

Parallel Sessions IV

Parallel Session J: Historians and the Nationalist/Pan-Africanist Projects

- Thierno Mouctar Bah, Quelle géographie pour l’histoire en Afrique?: Plaidoyer pour la dimension régionale

Thierno Mouctar Bah

- Hannington Ochwada, Historians, Nationalism and Pan-Africanism: Myth and Realities

Hannington Ochwada

- Mildred Ndeda, Nationalist Historiography in Kenya: A Look at the Changing Dispositions of B.A. Ogot’s Works since 1963

Mildred Ndeda

- Zahra Tamouh, L’Histoire interrégionale comme socle de l’identité panafricaine: L’émergence d’une école des historiens spécialisés dans les relations du Maroc avec le Soudan

Zahra Tamouh

- Seydou Ouedraogo, Trajectoire historique, actualité et perspectives du panafricanisme

Seydou Ouedraogo

- Inyani Simala, Panafricanism and the Language Question: Re-Reading African Cultural and Intellectual History

Inyani Simala

Parallel Session K: State, Politics and Emerging Actors

- Anne Pirou, Lieux, temps, figures de l’engagement intellectuel enAfrique de l’Ouest (1945 – 1960) : Retour sur la fabrique des « pionniers des indépendances »

- Boubacar Niane, Idéologie de la dénonciation et constitution d’un champ public intellectuel au Sénégal

- Abdoulaye Gueye, Entre l’obsession de la race et celle du territoire : les nationalistes Africains en France

- Olivier de Sardan, La Gouvernance quotidienne en Afrique: Diagnostic empirique

Olivier de Sardan

- Songca Rushiella, Barriers to knowledge and development in Africa in the Millienium

Songca Rushiella

Parallel Session L: Children, Students and the Youth in the Nationalist an Pan-African Projects

- Bjorn Beckman, Student Radicalism and the National Project: The Nigerian Student Movement

Bjorn Beckman

- Ngoie Tshibambe, Les Jeunes et les représentations des enjeux géo-stratégiques de l’Afrique à l’ère de la mondialisation : cas des étudiants congolais de Lubumbashi

Ngoie Tshibambe

- Harri Englund, How Human Rights Discourse Disempowers: Transnational Governance and the Pacification of Youths in Malawi

Harri Englund

- Ndolamb Ngokwey, Children and Young People in the Partnership for Africa’s Development

Ndolamb Ngokwey
March 26 2010



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