• Couverture Post-independence Africa: Perspectives on Political and Socio Economic Mutations
  • 4eme Post-independence Africa: Perspectives on Political and Socio Economic Mutations
rectoversoaplat

POST-INDEPENDENCE AFRICA: PERSPECTIVES ON POLITICAL AND SOCIO ECONOMIC MUTATIONS

L'Afrique post indépendance : Perspectives sur les mutations politiques et socio-économiques

René Ngek Monteh
Nixon Kahjum Takor
 Préface de Faustin Kenne

Collection : Emergences africaines

Zone géographique :
- Afrique

Thématique :
- Économie, sciences économiques > Questions économiques et stratégiques

 
  • Bilingue : français - anglais
  • Livre papier :
    33 €

    Livraison à 0,99 €*
    * À destination de la France métropolitaine, à partir de 35€ d'achats

    Version numérique* :
    25,99 €
    * Compatibles avec l'ensemble des liseuses et lecteurs du marché.
    > En savoir plus sur les ebooks : consultez notre FAQ

    The colonial period and post-independence era are two exciting historical pegs with shared and diametrically opposed narratives on the people and continent of Africa. They are two periods with leverages of continuities and discontinuities. While the colonial period for the most part left the African people as passive recipients of European socioeconomic and political values, colonialism at the same time created strands of resistance that manifested variously as nationalism. The outcome of the nationalist effervescence was the 'termination' of the colonial enterprise and the appropriation of political independence. The independence of most African states was accompanied by a craving to indigenize the political institutions and to orient development along African paradigms. This scholarly compendium of 15 chapters integrates different narratives on the state, stakes, and prospects of the African continent in responding to dynamic socio-economic and political exigencies.

    • Date de publication : 20 juillet 2023
    • Broché - format : 15,5 x 24 cm • 310 pages
    • Langue : français
    • Bilingue : anglais
    • ISBN : 978-2-14-048969-3
    • EAN13 : 9782140489693
    • EAN PDF : 9782140489709
    • EAN ePUB : 9782140489716
    • (Imprimé en France)

    René Ngek Monteh holds a PhD in political history and international relations. Currently, he is an Associate Professor of History in the Department of History at the Higher Teacher Training College (ENS) at the University of Yaoundé 1, Cameroon. Nixon Kahjum Takor is currently Associate Professor of History and chair of the Department of History and Archaeology at the Faculty of Arts, The University of Bamenda in Cameroon. He earned his PhD in History at the University of Yaoundé 1 in 2011.

    Du même auteur

    73 livres dans cette collection

    Dans la même thématique

    Dans la même zone géographique