I research economic and environmental anthropology and resource extraction in Colombia and New Brunswick. This is my personal blog.
Nokoko Volume 3 is finally available. Nokoko is an open-access journal promoting dialogue, discourse and debate on Pan-Africanism, Africa, and Africana out of Carleton University’s Institute of African Studies. The latest issue is a special feature on community radio. I am on the editorial board and had a hand in the layout.
- Editorial Note: Exploring Radio, Convergence and Development in Africa, by Allan Thompson
- The Role of Radio and Mobile Phones in Conflict Situations: The Case of the 2008 Zimbabwe Elections and Xenophobic Attacks in Cape Town, by Wallace Chuma
- Getting on the Same Wavelength: Convergence and the Communication of Livelihoods Information in Rural Uganda, by Ed Pauker and David Musiime
- Community Radio, Gender and ICTs in West Africa: A Comparative Study of Women’s Participation in Community Radio Through Mobile Phone Technologies, by Frances Fortune and Cindy Chungong
- Radio for Women’s Development: Examining the Relationship Between Access and Impact, by Oreoluwa Somolu
- Radio and Mobile Telephony – The Gender Factor, by Kennedy Kubuga
- Impact of an SMS-Augmented Participatory Radio Campaign (PRC) in Atanga Sub-County of Northern Uganda, by Naomi Ayot Oyaro
- Radio Trottoir and Political Communication in Ethiopia, by Elizabeth Demissie Dadi
- Review Essay: Communicating for Social Change, Empowerment & Human Rights in Africa, by Tokunbo Ojo
- Canadian Association of African Studies (CAAS) Conference: Africa Communicating: Digital Technologies, Representation, and Power
- Chinua Achebe (1930-2013): And Home Goes the “Teacher of Light”, by Nduka Otiono