Based in central Chad, the Walad Djifir are part of extensive socio-economic networks, ranging from very local cattle markets, to Western Unions in Libya, and selling merchandise in the Central African Republic.
Catherina Wilson published her article Spatial mobility and social becoming: The journeys of four Central African Students in Congo-Kinshasa in Geoforum (June 2018).
The Connecting in Times of Duress research programme presented its results and way forward during this conference in Ndjaména. During the conference the team members met with senior researchers whoRead More
Meike de Goede and Inge Ligtvoet wrote a chapter for Experiences in Researching Conflict and Violence, edited by Althea-Maria Rivas and Brendan Ciaran Browne (Bristol, Policy Press). The chapter isRead More
CTD publications (in chronological-alphabetical order): Articles: Both, J. & M. E. de Bruijn (2017), ‘Youth Between State and Rebel (Dis) Orders: Contesting Legitimacy from Below in Sub-Sahara Africa’, Small WarsRead More
Mirjam de Bruijn on the worrying situation in Cameroon in Dit is de Nacht, NPO Radio 1, last week.
Last June, CTD project leader Mirjam de Bruijn delivered the Carl Schlettwein Lecture Digitalisation and the Field of African Studies to a packed house at the 7th European Conference on African Studies ECASRead More
The 7th European Conference on African Studies ECAS 2017 is taking place 28 June – 1 July 2017 in Basel. This year’s theme: Urban Africa – Urban Africans: New EncountersRead More
On 4 July 2017, Souleymane Abdoulaye Adoum will defend his dissertation: Communication and Violence in Chad : the case of Moyen-Chari and the Guera (1900-2010) Communication et Violences au Tchad:Read More
Please note: Unfortunately, Professor Saïbou Issa and Professor Khalil Alio were both unable to make it to Leiden at the very last moment. The workshop continues as planned, with moreRead More
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