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Africa Rise Up!
Africa Rise Up!

Africa Rise Up!

Perspectives on African Renewal

POLITICAL SCIENCE

360 Pages, 6 x 9

Formats: Trade Paper, EPUB, Mobipocket, PDF

Trade Paper, $45.00 (US $45.00) (CA $61.00)

Publication Date: July 2018

ISBN 9781928341307

Rights: WOR X ZA

Real African Publishers (Jul 2018)

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Overview

From politics to economics, science and engineering, this book raises the bar on the debate about the place of Africa in the world. As Africa continues the search for relevance, influence, peace, progress, and stability in a highly competitive global system, 'Africa Rise Up!' interrogates the historical and contemporary forces, agency, and factors that combine to affect the location of the continent in the global order. The contributors argue for a paradigm shift in both theory and praxis of national, regional, and continental efforts geared toward the realization of the much-needed African Renaissance. The strength of this book lies in its interpretation of the African condition through the lens of African-centred epistemologies.

Author Biography

Adewale Aderemi, is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Political Science, Lagos State University, Nigeria. John Akokpari is Associate Professor and Head, Political Studies Department at the University of Cape Town. Dr Lungile Ntombifuthi Bhengu is a known humanitarian, academic and development activist. Dr Paul C. Bom Konde is an Economist with a Ph.D. from the University Lumière Lyon 2. Dr Maty BB-Laye Diakhaté is a Ph.D. lecturer in Private Law at the University of Paris 8. Professor Vusi Gumede, is Professor and Head of the Thabo Mbeki African Leadership Institute at the University of South Africa. Professor Serges Djoyou Kamga holds an LLD from the Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria and is currently an Associate Professor at the Thabo Mbeki African Leadership Institute at Unisa. Professor Chris Landsberg is SARChI Chair for African Diplomacy and Foreign Policy and Senior Associate at the School of Leadership, University of Johannesburg (UJ).