Posts tagged ‘Jason Mosley’
Panel discussion and journal special issue launch.
1. Jason Mosley (Research associate, African Studies Centre, University of Oxford, and managing editor, Journal of Eastern African Studies)
2. Phil Clark (Reader in comparative and international politics, SOAS, University of London)
3. Yolande Bouka (Researcher, Conflict Prevention and Risk Analysis Division, ISS Nairobi)
This panel discussion – which serves also as a launch of a special issue of the Journal of Eastern African Studies (JEAS) on the same topic – will debate the nature of Rwandan politics under the RPF and its impact on the post-genocide reconstruction process, regional relations and the well-being of everyday Rwandans.
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Continuities & Change: Social, Political & Economic Dynamics in Somalia since 1991, Apr. 19 2013 @ BIEA
On 19 April, the Nairobi Forum will host the launch of a special Somalia edition of the Journal of Eastern African Studies. Speakers will include Markus Hoehne of the Max Planck Institute, Jutta Bakonyi of the University of Durham, and Jason Mosley, editor of the JEAS.
The seminar will take place at the British Institute in Eastern Africa from 1-4 pm.
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