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Volume 2 – Issue 1

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ARTICLES

Jan Klíma – The evolution of the political representation of African communities in DSWA/SWA/Namibia (Download PDF)

Obert Hodzi – Commodification of elections: the future of elections in Zimbabwe (Download PDF)

Peter Nungshak Wika – Unveiling the salient issues in the protracted Jos crises, Central Nigeria (Download PDF)

Bettina Engels – Beyond scarcity: Conflicts over land and social relations in south- western Burkina Faso (Download PDF)

Walter Gam Nkwi – Men stay at home while women move out: new trends of mobility to China amongst Bamenda grassfield women (Cameroon) (Download PDF)

Borys Bińkowski – The impact of Fair Trade on the living standards of farmers in Ghana. Social cooperatives and corporate cooperatives (Download PDF)

REPORTS (Download PDF)

Petr Skalník – Future Africa – Conference of the African Studies Association in Germany (VAD) – Bayreuth June 11-14, 2014

REVIEWS (Download PDF)

Vlastimil Fiala – Review article: Political partisanship in Africa in the light of recent research. Elischer, Sebastian. 2013. Political Parties in Africa. Ethnicity and Party Formation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. University Press, 319 pages.

Petr Sobotka – Klíma, Jan. 2014. Dějiny Kapverdských ostrovů, Svatého Tomáše a Princova ostrova. Praha: Lidové noviny.

Petr Skalník – Winelands, Wealth and Work. 2014. Transformations in the Dwars River Valley, Stellenbosch. Ed. Kees (C.S.) van der Waal. Pietermaritzburg: University of Kwa-Zulu-Natal.

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Modern Africa: Politics, History, and Society is a journal published by the Department of Political Science in the Philosophical Faculty, University of Hradec Králové. It is a peer-reviewed academic journal published in English, which makes accessible original texts covering important political, social and historical themes concerning the continent of Africa. Its editorial policy encourages an interdisciplinary approach, involving the humanities and social sciences, including politics, history, sociology, anthropology, gender studies, enviromentalism, development studies, etc. Modern Africa: Politics, History and Society is published twice a year since 1st June, 2012. Each issue includes the following sections: Politics, History, Society, Reports, Reviews.