Wednesday, January 14th, 2015


Leonie Meester – “It’s a War of Communication”: Views on political activism in a Cameroonian diaspora

Worldwide, expansions of communicative possibility have empowered individuals to produce new social and political spaces based on ‘connective power.’ On a continuous basis, Internet-mediated networks and campaigns are constructed for the purpose of social engagement with specific political goals. In concoction with the emerging networkingRead More

CAR: Autochthony and Foreignness in Bangui

– Catherina Wilson, 14 January 2015. Many are those who had not heard of the Central African Republic (CAR) before the outburst of the recent conflict. Some might remember the over-indulgence with which Bokassa, at the end of the seventies, self-proclaimed himself Emperor of his CentralRead More

CAR: Les répercussions de la crise centrafricaine au Cameroun : Des tensions déjà perceptibles.

– Adamou Amadou , 14 January 2015. L’entrée de Mandjou, autrement appelé « Carrefour ». Notre apport relatif à la récente crise centrafricaine consiste à examiner les faits actuels et réels considérés comme éventuels facteurs de contagion de cette crise à l’Est du  Cameroun. Ceci dit nous seronsRead More

CAR: Unexpected forces that shape Chadian citizenship: From fluid to fixed belonging?

– Inge Butter, 14 January 2015. Chad and the Central African Republic (C.A.R.) are not only linked through conflict and political support. Between the two territories there is a long relationship of exchange in the form of cross-border family ties, trade networks and resource exploitation. InRead More

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