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Affirmative action versus nonracialism in the new South Africa2003/2004 African issues 31/32 (1/2): 1-8
  • Nicholas Waddy
*H6/KY [ISSUE-]0047-1607
The academy and the crisis of African governance2003/2004 African issues 31/32 (1/2): 9-23
  • John Murungi
*H6/KY [ISSUE-]0047-1607
Africa's intrastate conflicts: relevance and limitations of diplomacy2003/2004 African issues 31/32 (1/2): 25-39
  • Kidane Mengisteab
*H6/KY [ISSUE-]0047-1607
Environmental sustainability in Nigeria: the awareness imperative2003/2004 African issues 31/32 (1/2): 41-52
  • Foluke Ogunleye
*H6/KY [ISSUE-]0047-1607
The ties that bind: the historic African diaspora and Africa2002 African issues 30 (1): 3-8
  • Cassandra R. Veney
0047-1607in thematic issue 'The African ''Brain Drain'' to the North: pitfalls and possibilities'
Contemporary African migrations in a global context2002 African issues 30 (1): 9-20
  • Paul Tiyambe Zeleza
0047-1607in thematic issue 'The African ''Brain Drain'' to the North: pitfalls and possibilities'
Incentives, governance, and capacity development in Africa2002 African issues 30 (1): 15-20
  • Thandika Mkandawire
0047-1607in thematic issue 'The African ''Brain Drain'' to the North: pitfalls and possibilities'
Theorizing the brain drain2002 African issues 30 (1): 21-4
  • Esi E. Ansah
0047-1607in thematic issue 'The African ''Brain Drain'' to the North: pitfalls and possibilities'
Brain drain and Africa's development: a reflection2002 African issues 30 (1): 25-30
  • Soumana Sako
0047-1607in thematic issue 'The African ''Brain Drain'' to the North: pitfalls and possibilities'
What is to be done? A look at some causes and consequences of the African brain drain2002 African issues 30 (1): 31-
  • Alireza Asgharzadeh
  • George J. Sefa Dei
0047-1607in thematic issue 'The African ''Brain Drain'' to the North: pitfalls and possibilities'
The second boat of Africa's new diaspora: looking at the other side of the global divide with an emphasis on Sudan2002 African issues 30 (1): 37-41
  • Ibrahim Elnur
0047-1607in thematic issue 'The African ''Brain Drain'' to the North: pitfalls and possibilities'
The political economy of brain drain at institutions of higher learning in conflict countries: case of the University of Liberia2002 African issues 30 (1): 42-6
  • Anthony Barclay
0047-1607in thematic issue 'The African ''Brain Drain'' to the North: pitfalls and possibilities'
Doctoring the brain drain: medical case of Malawi2002 African issues 30 (1): 47-51
  • John Lwanda
0047-1607in thematic issue 'The African ''Brain Drain'' to the North: pitfalls and possibilities'
Brain drain and its effects on Ethiopia's institutions of higher learning, 1970s-1990s2002 African issues 30 (1): 52-6
  • Solomon A. Getahun
0047-1607in thematic issue 'The African ''Brain Drain'' to the North: pitfalls and possibilities'
Passionate voices of those left behind: conversations with Ghanaian professionals on the brain drain and its net gains2002 African issues 30 (1): 57-61
  • Kwabena O. Akurang-Parry
0047-1607in thematic issue 'The African ''Brain Drain'' to the North: pitfalls and possibilities'
Dark side of the African brain drain: experiences of Africans holding doctoral degrees in social sciences and humanities living in France2002 African issues 30 (1): 62-5
  • Abdoulaye Gueye
0047-1607in thematic issue 'The African ''Brain Drain'' to the North: pitfalls and possibilities'
U.S. exit, African voices, and francophone loyalty2002 African issues 30 (1): 66-9
  • Jean-Philippe Dedieu
0047-1607in thematic issue 'The African ''Brain Drain'' to the North: pitfalls and possibilities'
African intellectuals in the belly of the beast: migration, identity, and the politics of exile2002 African issues 30 (1): 70-5
  • F. Njubi Nesbitt
0047-1607in thematic issue 'The African ''Brain Drain'' to the North: pitfalls and possibilities'
Turning brain drain into brain gain: personal reflections on using the diaspora option2002 African issues 30 (1): 76-9
  • Uwem E. Ite
0047-1607in thematic issue 'The African ''Brain Drain'' to the North: pitfalls and possibilities'
Africaresource.com: bridging the digital divide2002 African issues 30 (1): 81-5
  • Nzegwu Nkiru
0047-1607in thematic issue 'The African ''Brain Drain'' to the North: pitfalls and possibilities'
Brain drain between counterterrorism and globalization2002 African issues 30 (1): 86-9
  • Ali A. Mazrui
0047-1607in thematic issue 'The African ''Brain Drain'' to the North: pitfalls and possibilities'
Identifying new directions for African Studies: the national survey of African Studies faculty2002 African issues 30 (2): 2-10
  • Diana T. Cohen
  • Larry W. Bowman
0047-1607in thematic issue 'Identifying new directions for African Studies'
What is African Studies? Some reflections2002 African issues 30 (2): 11-18
  • Allen F. Roberts
  • Edward Alpers
0047-1607in thematic issue 'Identifying new directions for African Studies'
African American in the United States and African Studies2002 African issues 30 (2): 19-23
  • Lisa Asili Aubrey
0047-1607in thematic issue 'Identifying new directions for African Studies'
African Studies at historically Black colleges and universities2002 African issues 30 (2): 24-9
  • Herschelle S. Challenor
0047-1607in thematic issue 'Identifying new directions for African Studies'
Title VI and African Studies: prospects in a polycentric academic landscape2002 African issues 30 (2): 30-6
  • James C. McCann
0047-1607in thematic issue 'Identifying new directions for African Studies'
Challenges in sustaining small African Studies programs2002 African issues 30 (2): 37-41
  • W. O. Maloba
0047-1607in thematic issue 'Identifying new directions for African Studies'
African-language study in the 21st century: expansion through collaboration and technology2002 African issues 30 (2): 42-9
  • Alwiya S. Omar
  • Sandra Sanneh
0047-1607in thematic issue 'Identifying new directions for African Studies'
Undergraduate study-abroad programs in Africa: current issues2002 African issues 30 (2): 50-6
  • John Metzler
0047-1607in thematic issue 'Identifying new directions for African Studies'
Retirement, replacement, and the future of African Studies2002 African issues 30 (2): 57-62
  • Richard Vengroff
0047-1607in thematic issue 'Identifying new directions for African Studies'
Building an ethic of public policy discourse: an appeal to the African Studies community2002 African issues 30 (2): 63-8
  • J. Stephen Morrison
  • Jennifer G. Cooke
0047-1607in thematic issue 'Identifying new directions for African Studies'
Transnational scholarship: building linkages between the U.S. Africanist community and Africa2002 African issues 30 (2): 69-75
  • Paul Tiyambe Zeleza
0047-1607in thematic issue 'Identifying new directions for African Studies'
Identifying new directions for African studies: methodology report and survey results2002 African issues 30 (2): 76-88
  • Diana T. Cohen
  • Larry W. Bowman
0047-1607in thematic issue 'Identifying new directions for African Studies'
Ethnicity as an explanatory factor in the Ghana 2000 elections2001 African issues 29 (1/2): 2-7
  • Paul Nugent
0047-1607in thematic issue 'Ethnicity and recent democratic experiments in Africa'
Moral ethnicity and political tribalism in Kenya's [virtual democracy]2001 African issues 29 (1/2): 8-13
  • Stephen Orvis
0047-1607in thematic issue 'Ethnicity and recent democratic experiments in Africa'
Elections and ethnic violence in Côte d'Ivoire: the unfinished business of succession and democratic transition2001 African issues 29 (1/2): 14-19
  • Cyril K. Daddieh
0047-1607in thematic issue 'Ethnicity and recent democratic experiments in Africa'
Ethiopia's ethnic-based federalism: 10 years after2001 African issues 29 (1/2): 20-5
  • Kidane Mengisteab
0047-1607in thematic issue 'Ethnicity and recent democratic experiments in Africa'
Ethnicity, democratization, and political dramas: insights into ethnic politics in Mauritania2001 African issues 29 (1/2): 26-30
  • Cedric Jourde
0047-1607in thematic issue 'Ethnicity and recent democratic experiments in Africa'
Ethnic identity, democratization, and the future of the African state: lessons from Nigeria2001 African issues 29 (1/2): 31-6
  • Dauda Abubakar
0047-1607in thematic issue 'Ethnicity and recent democratic experiments in Africa'
Democracy and the construction of allogeny /autochtony in postcolonial Cameroon2001 African issues 29 (1/2): 37-41
  • Nantang Jua
0047-1607in thematic issue 'Ethnicity and recent democratic experiments in Africa'
Study abroad in Africa: a survey2000 African issues 28 (1/2): 4-12
  • John Metzler
  • Mark Pires
  • Oumatie Marajh
0047-1607in thematic issue 'Study abroad in Africa'
Study abroad and cultural exchange programs to Africa: America's image of a continent2000 African issues 28 (1/2): 39-45
  • Mark Pires
0047-1607in thematic issue 'Study abroad in Africa'
Study abroad and area studies2000 African issues 28 (1/2): 46-8
  • William W. Cressey
0047-1607in thematic issue 'Study abroad in Africa'
Study abroad in Africa considered within the new world economy2000 African issues 28 (1/2): 49-53
  • Jennifer E. Coffman
0047-1607in thematic issue 'Study abroad in Africa'
Education, tourism, or just a visit to the wild?2000 African issues 28 (1/2): 54-60
  • Mwenda Ntarangwi
0047-1607in thematic issue 'Study abroad in Africa'
Africa-to-Africa: a responsible alternative to study abroad for 21st-century African scholarship2000 African issues 28 (1/2): 61-4
  • Mohamed Saliou Camara
0047-1607in thematic issue 'Study abroad in Africa'
Beliefs about language learning: students and their teachers at Arabic programs abroad2000 African issues 28 (1/2): 69-76
  • Patricia Kuntz
0047-1607in thematic issue 'Study abroad in Africa'
Study abroad in Africa: learning about race, racism, and the racial legacy of America2000 African issues 28 (1/2): 112-16
  • Derise E. Tolliver
0047-1607in thematic issue 'Study abroad in Africa'