Volume 4 – Issue 1

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Emmanuel Osewe Akubor – Poverty and Terrorism in Northern Nigeria: Reflections and Notes
on the Manipulation of the Almajirai System and its Implication for National Development (Download)

Juho Korhonen – Shared Divergence: Comparing Post-Socialist Peripheries and Predicaments (Download)

Alžběta Švábová – Dealing with the Violent Past: Transitional Justice and Political Culture in Liberia and the Czech Republic in a Comparative Perspective (Download)

Laila Abdul Latif – Centralised Revenue Redistribution as a Potential Cause of Internal Conflict in Kenya (Download)

Vendula Řezáčová – “The Ancestors Are Beating Us”: Men, Migration and Spirit Possession in South Africa (Download)


Getnet Tamene – Bach, Daniel C. 2016. Regionalism in Africa – Genealogies, Institutions and Trans-state Networks. London & New York: Routledge. (Download)

Getnet Tamene – Bischoff, Paul-Henri, Aning, Kwesi and Acharya, Amitav (eds.). 2016. Africa in Global International Relations: Emerging Approaches to Theory and Practice. London & New York: Routledge. (Download)

Jan Klíma – Fiala, Vlastimil. 2015. Politické stranictví v západní Africe (Senegal a Gambie). Political Partisanship in Western Africa (Senegal and Gambia). Hradec Králové: University of Hradec Králové, Philosophical Faculty. (Download)

Luboš Kropáček – Pawliková-Vilhanová, Viera and Moumouni, Seyni (eds.). 2014. Voices of Africa’s Pasts. Bratislava: Slovak Academic Press. (Download)

Albert Kasanda – Elonga Mboyo, Jean-Pierre. 2015. Africa Through Structuration Theory-Ntu. Bamenda: Langaa Research and Publishing CIG.(Download)

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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.