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  • Zeleza, Paul T (KENET, 2018-12)
    On behalf of the Board of Trustees and Management of KENET, it gives me great pleasure to welcome you to this year’s Heads of Institutions Annual Meeting. This marks the 10th Anniversary of this flagship conference for ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T; Kakoma, Ibulaimu (2003)
  • Zeleza, Paul T (2014)
    This essay commemorates the large historical lives of Chinua Achebe and Nelson Mandela, both of whom died in 2013. It is noted that the nature of African and world reactions to the deaths of the two men undoubtedly reflected ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T (ANIE Conference, 2019-10)
    I argue in my most recent book, The Transformation of Global Higher Education: 1945-2015, “As might be expected, views differ widely on the forces that drive internationalization, the activities that constitute it, the ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T; Foulds, Kim (2014)
    Because of the focus on the impact of “brain drain,” discussions centered on the African academic diaspora often fail to highlight the expansive and innovative relationships between institutions of higher education across ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T (2007)
    UNRISD Director Thandika Mkandawire is the editor of this thought-provoking overview of the history, fate and possible future roles of African intellectuals both within Africa and in the African Diaspora nearly half a ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T (http://www.codesria.org/spip.php?article946, 2007)
    This is the second of a two-volume work taking stock of the study of Africa in the twenty-first century: its status, research agenda and approaches, and place. It is divided into two parts, the first entitled Globalisation ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T (2002)
    Every so often African leaders and thinkers rediscover and reaffirm a future invoked by all sorts of names of hope and redemption: the African revolution, reawakening, reconstruction, rebirth, regeneration, renewal, ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T (2006)
    The new missionaries of the 21st century unveil their "tribal" Africa. Professor Zeleza takes a closer look at the project of saving Africa from itself. It is not what Ms. Jolie said or even the manner she said it that I ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T (Canadian Journal of African Studies, 2019-03-26)
    Ever since the emergence of the modern world system more than half a millennium ago,developments within Africa have always been connected to and affected by globaldynamics and forces. This local-global nexus has engendered ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T (International Conference on Business and Economics, 2018-10)
    I would like to begin by thanking the Vice Chancellor, Dean of the Faculty of Business Studies, and other leaders of the University of Dhaka for inviting me to this conference, and my good friend and former colleague at ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T (TSEHAI Publishers, 2014)
    This book offers a multifaceted portrait of Africa’s resurgence after decades of postcolonial authoritarianism and underdevelopment. It explores the social and economic transformations of African societies over the past ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T (1998)
    The challenges that face African universities and intellectual communities are many and daunting. They are simultaneously internal and external, institutional and intellectual, paradigmatic and pedagogical, political and ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T (Universities South Africa, First National Higher Education Conference,, 2019-10)
    Like many of you, I try to keep up with trends in higher education, which are of course firmly latched to wider transformations in the global political economy, in all its bewildering complexities and contradictions, and ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T (2010)
    This essay examines the complex ebbs and flows of musical exchanges between Africa and its diasporas. Specifically, it focuses on musical engagements between, on the one hand, the Caribbean and West Africa and, on the ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T (University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa., 2017)
    It is truly a pleasure being back at your lovely university ten years after I was invited to give the keynote address at the Colloquium marking the Opening of your Centre for African Studies. A lot has happened in the last ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T (2010)
    The New York Times reports that since 1990 more Africans have voluntarily relocated to the United States and Canada than had been forcibly brought here before the slave trade ended in 1807. The key reason for these migrations ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T (1995)
    I rocked by struggles for democracy, whose scope and intensity suggest a fundamental rupturing of the postcolonial order and a profound yearning for a new socioeconomic and political dispensation. Intimately engaged in ...
  • Okanda, Paul; Zeleza, Paul T (African Economic Conference, 2019-12)
    The concept note for this conference focuses on one of the pressing challenges facing African states, economies, and societies: the need to create jobs for Africa’s bulging youth populations, enhance their entrepreneurial ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T (Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology, 2016-09)
    Professor Issa Shivji, Director of the Nyerere Resource Center, Mr Joseph Sinde Warioba, former Prime Minister, Mr Mohamed Bilal former Vice-President, distinguished guests, colleagues, thank you for the singular honor of ...

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