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  • Zeleza, Paul T (2013)
    Whilst Mandela's death forces South Africans to reflect on the post-apartheid state he helped create, for the rest of the world Mandela's life and legacy resonate deeply because his progressive nationalism was fundamentally ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T (United States International University - Africa, 2017-02-21)
    Our attention has been drawn to a story aired on Saturday Feb. 17, 2017 on Citizen TV in both their 7:00 pm and 9:00 pm news on Saturday Feb 17, 2017 where United States International University – Africa (USIU-Africa) ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T (1995)
    This book is a synthesis of the nineteenth century economic history of Africa. This was a time when European capitalism was basking in the sun of industrial and technological advancement. Finance capital was ransacking ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T (Regional Knowledge Forum, 2019-02-17)
    Over the past several months, there have been numerous conferences on the state of higher education in Africa and around the world, some of which I’ve participated in and even given keynote addresses. From these conferences, ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T (1996)
    Anthropology enjoys a bad name among African intellectuals, for it is seen as a handmaiden ofcolonialism, responsible for creating some of the most pernicious myths about African peoples and societies. In those ignoble ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T (Biennial Conference, 2018-10)
    Let me begin by thanking CUE and its CEO, Professor Mwenda Ntarangwi, for the singular privilege and honor of inviting me to give this keynote address. I gladly accepted the invitation because the theme of the conference, ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T (2005)
    The contributions in this volume provide invaluable information on the development, use, and challenges of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in Kenya and to a lesser degree East Africa. Specifically, the ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T; Kalipeni, Ezekiel (1999)
    How do Africans conceive space? How are places constructed and imagined? How do the conceptions, constructions, imaginings of spaces and places affect, and in turn are affected by, social, economic and political change
  • Zeleza, Paul T (International Conference on Higher Education,, 2018-06)
    The Minister of Education, Science and Technology, Hon. Bright Msaka; the Secretary for Education, Science and Technology, Mr. Justin Saidi; Chairperson of the Main Organizing Committee, Mr. Mvalo, and the Committee Secretary ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T (2006)
    Today, at last, postcolonial Africa has got its first democratically elected female president, Ms. Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf. She was inaugurated at a colorful and moving open-air ceremony to the pounding of drums instead of ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T; Kalipeni, Ezekiel (1999)
    How do Africans conceive space? How are places constructed and imagined? How do the conceptions, constructions, imaginings of spaces and places affect, and in turn are affected by, social, economic and political change
  • Zeleza, Paul T (PALGRAVE MACMILLAN, 2016)
    This book explores some of the major forces and changes in higher education across the world between 1945 and 2015. This includes the explosions of higher education institutions and enrollments, a development captured by ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T; Vaney, Rachel Cassandra (2001)
    The Racialised Politics of Gender Within the International Study of Africa; Examining the role gender plays in African Studies, as practised in Africa and the US, this book discusses the challenges and difficulties female ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T (2003)
    Bringing together often unconnected modes of analysis, research and debate on leisure in African studies, an interdisciplinary team of scholars reflects on the complex conceptions, creation and consumption of leisure in ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T; Barnes, Natasha (2009)
    The bicentennial of the British abolition of slave trade was the occasion to devote this issue of Research in African Literatures to 'writing slavery'. The articles examine both the literary and cultural flowstreams that ...

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