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Title:Boundaries and history in Africa: issues in conventional boundaries and ideological frontiers (festschrift in honour of Verkijika G. Fanso)
Editors:Abwa, DanielISNI
Fanso, Verkijika G.ISNI
Year:2013
Pages:614
Language:English
City:Mankon
Publisher:Langaa Research & Publishing CIG
ISBN:9956791016; 9789956791019
Geographic terms:Central Africa
Cameroon
Egypt
Nigeria
Subjects:boundaries
boundary conflicts
illicit trade
interdisciplinary studies
politics
culture
women
historiography
festschrifts (form)
About person:Verkijika G. FansoISNI
Abstract:This volume contains 26 essays in honour of Verkijika G. Fanso, who retired as professor in history from the University of Yaoundé I, Cameroon, in 2011. They cover a range of issues related to the contested histories, politics and practices of boundaries and frontiers in Africa. In part I, the book explores indigenous and endogenous practices of boundary making in Africa, as well as colonial and contemporary traditions, practices and conflicts on and around frontiers. Special focus is on disputed colonial boundaries between Cameroon and its neighbours. Contributors: Willibroad Dze-Ngwa, E.S.D. Fomin, V.S. Ngitir, Henry Kam Kah, Walter Gam Nkwi, Omololu Fagbadebo, Osaretin Idahosa, Egeran Tomwarri, Mark Bolak Funteh, Emmanuel Yenkong Sobseh, Albert-Pascal Temgoua, Gabriel Maxime Dong Mougnol, Robert K. Kpwang, Faustin Kenne, Mohamadou N. Sarr, Nti Joseph, Philippe Blaise Essomba. Part II addresses boundaries in academic disciplines, politics and cultures. Titles in part II: Testing hypotheses developed in cross-disciplinary studies: how genetic research helped illuminate Nso' history (David Zeitlyn, Neil Bradman and Krishna Verramah); Transcending academic boundaries: archaeology and anthropology (Richard Tanto Talla); The multiple frontiers of globalisation: the case of politico-diplomatic globalisation (Anderson T. Enokenwa); Solidarity beyond borders: Africa's respond to the Haiti earthquake (Walters Samah); Beyond frontiers: African diasporas in America and development of Africa (Simon Ngenge Tata); The conflict of civilizations: the case of Arab and Western civilizations (Rose Frii-Manyi Anjoh); La question des frontières du pré carre français face à la rivalité franco-américaine dans la sécurisation de l'Afrique centrale post guerre froide (1990-2004) (Eric Wilson Fofack); Contemporary historical reality as source and beneficiary of the popular song in post-independent Cameroon (Henry Kah Jick); Cultural practices and female adolescent self-concept in Weh village - Cameroon (Epah George Fongkeng and Cecilia Njang Ntem); Women on the pulpit: pushing the frontiers of feminist participation in Pentecostal groups in Cameroon (Albert Samah); La ville, le sport et les frontières interdites aux femmes massa et toupouri du Cameroun: itinéraire sportif universitaire de Félicite Minda Vella (André Tassou); Les frontières parlementaires entre le Cameroun anglophone et le Cameroun francophone (1942-1972): autopsie d'une réunification parlementaire tronquée (Edith Mireille Tegna). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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