1 Introduction: conflict, land scarcity and tales of origin
2 Autochthony, melancholy and uncertainty in contemporary African politics
3 Liberia: civil war and the ‘Mandingo question’
4 Kenya: majimboism, indigenous land claims and electoral violence
5 Democratic Republic of Congo: ‘dead certainty’ in North
6 Côte d’Ivoire: production and the politics of belonging
Notes Bibliography Index
Morten Bøåsis senior researcher at Fafo Institute for Applied International Studies in Oslo. His recent publications include Global Institutions and Development: Framing the world? (with Desmond McNeill, 2004), New and Critical Security and Regionalism: Beyond the nation state (with James J. Hentz, 2003), African Guerrillas: Raging against the machine (with Kevin Dunn, 2007) and, most recently, International Development, Volumes I–IV (with Benedicte Bull, 2010).
Kevin C. Dunnis an associate professor of political science at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva, NY, USA. His publications include Imagining the Congo: The international relations of identity (2003), Africa’s Challenge to International Relations Theory (with Timothy M. Shaw, 2001), Identity and Global Politics: Theoretical and empirical elaborations (with Patricia Goff, 2004) and African Guerrillas: Raging against the machine (with Morten Bøås, 2007).
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