|SOURCES ON BOKO HARAM||Akurang-Parry, Kwabena||4/13/14 2:10 PM|
An undergraduate student of mine is mining USAAfricaDialogue commentaries, opinion pieces, discussions, etc to write an essay on Boko Haram. Please, if you have an un/published essay(s) that you would like to share with him, send it to me at ka...@ship.edu or make it available on this Listserve. Thanks.
|RE: USA Africa Dialogue Series - SOURCES ON BOKO HARAM||Uyilawa Usuanlele||4/14/14 6:24 AM|
Boko Haram: Islamism, politics, security and the state in Nigeria, published by IFRA, Ibadan/Leiden 2014
Subject: USA Africa Dialogue Series - SOURCES ON BOKO HARAM
Date: Sun, 13 Apr 2014 21:10:13 +0000
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|Re: USA Africa Dialogue Series - SOURCES ON BOKO HARAM||John Mbaku||4/14/14 6:39 AM|
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|Re: USA Africa Dialogue Series - SOURCES ON BOKO HARAM||John Mbaku||4/14/14 6:52 AM|
More articles on BOKO HARAM/Nigeria
|RE: USA Africa Dialogue Series - SOURCES ON BOKO HARAM||Ebrima Ceesay||5/2/14 3:01 PM|
Dr Carl LeVan’s 2013 essay, “Sectarian Rebellions in Post-Transition Nigeria Compared” in the Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding can be downloaded free, courtesy of Taylor & Francis.
His latest essay situating Nigeria’s dictatorships within the emerging comparative authoritarian literature is also available for free from the Journal, Commonwealth and Comparative Politics
See the two links below: