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|Statement||Emmanuel K. Akyeampong|
|Contributions||Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences|
|LC Classifications||DT510.43.L42 A39 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||73 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||73|
|LC Control Number||2009349498|
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“Race, Identity, and Citizenship provide a much-needed critical perspective on race and radicalized inequalities in contemporary capitalist society. It is an outstanding collection which will prove enormously useful to both established scholars in the field and young students.” Avery Gordon, University of California, Santa Barbara4/5(1).
"Most certainly, Identity, Citizenship, and Political Conflict in Africa is a useful publication, which contributes to the disciplines of African studies, history, and politics and should benefit students, general readers, and scholars with interdisciplinary academic interests."Cited by: Arusha Conference,“New Frontiers of Social Policy” – DecemberM.
Mamdani, keynote address POLITICAL IDENTITY, CITIZENSHIP AND ETHNICITY IN POST-COLONIAL AFRICA Mahmood Mamdani, Columbia University [email protected] DISCLAIMER: This is a draft working paper produced for the World Bank conference, ‘New Frontiers of Political identity Policy.
Mr Fukuyama favours national identities based on creed, like the American one, rather than identities based on race or heritage. He is keen on national service and suspicious of dual citizenship. I seek to understand why the and citizenship in Ghana book of non-black citizenship was considered problematic in black Africa during the era of decolonization, interrogating the institutional legacies of colonial rule and pan-Africanist thought.
The intellectual rigidity of pan-Africanism on race is contrasted with current notions of the constructedness of by: Ghana amended its nationality law into the Ghana Citizen Act Dual Citizenship Scheme, which came into effect from Friday, 1 Novemberin accordance with the provisions of the Citizenship Act Applicants eligible for dual citizenship are those who hold citizenship of any country in addition to the citizenship of these instances, all applicants are required by law Citation: Act No.
of Jemima Pierre, professor of anthropology at Vanderbilt University, has written an ambitious book in The Predicament of Blackness: Postcolonial Ghana and the Politics of Race (University of Chicago Press ).
She engages Ghanaian and African diasporan constructions, perceptions, and performances of Blackness and Whiteness in contemporary Ghana.
Census, identity formation, and political power 5 The practice of inscribing cultural categories on personal identiﬁca-tion documents can clearly affect an individual’s own sense of identity.
In the Soviet Union, the ethnic nationality in one’s internal passport was also determined by descent (i.e., one’s parents’ nationality), as. Kwame Akroma-Ampim Kusi Anthony Appiah (/ ˈ æ p i ɑː / AP-ee-ah; born 8 May ) is a British-Ghanaian philosopher, cultural theorist, and novelist whose interests include political and moral theory, the philosophy of language and mind, and African intellectual was the Laurance S.
Rockefeller University Professor of Philosophy at Princeton University, before moving to New Alma mater: Clare College, Cambridge. After experiencing decades of a tripartite colonial racial order that denied Africans political and civic rights, the newly independent nation of Tanganyika defined the rights and obligations of citizenship in terms of territory rather than race, rejecting rapid Africanization and exclusionary policies toward its minority Asian by: Book Description.
Social Identity and the Law: Race, Sexuality and Intersectionality is an important resource for inquiry into the relationship between law and social identity in the contexts of race, sexuality and intersectionality in the United States.
The book provides a systematic legal treatment of selected historical and contemporary civil rights and social justice issues in areas. Dual Citizenship: Qualifications and How-to apply.
Dual citizenship may be awarded to anyone who is either born in Ghana or has parents of Ghanaian origin. However, for some host nations, dual citizenship is not allowed. It is important to find out the rules and regulations on.
The subject of race and citizenship is unfortunately a very contentious one in our society today, what with the passage of Proposition in California indebates right now about whether immigrants-people who are not citizens but are here-are entitled to Welfare benefits, and questions about who really is a “normal American,” to use a phrase which Newt Gingrich has popularized.
Cambridge Core - African Government, Politics and Policy - Race, Nation, and Citizenship in Postcolonial Africa - by Ronald AminzadeAuthor: Ronald Aminzade. Osei-Opare’s article tells a new history of the Cold War, of Ghana’s early postcolonial foreign policy, and the formation of Ghana’s national identity through its diplomatic, economic, and migratory relationship with the USSR during Kwame Nkrumah’s government (–66).
Identity, Citizenship, and Nation Building in Africa 2. Theoretical and Formal-Legal Dimensions of the Concept of Citizenship in Africa 3.
Toward an Analytical Framework of Identity and Citizenship in Africa. Part II. Identity Politics and Selected Cases in Conflict over Citizenship Rights in Africa 4.
Nigeria: Indigeneity and Citizenship 5. This book examines the fascinating origins and the complex evolution of Italian national citizenship from the unification of Italy in until just after World War II.
It does so by exploring the civic history of Italians in the peninsula, and of Italy's colonial and overseas native populations. Using little-known documentation, Sabina Donati delves into the policies, debates, and formal.
Comments Off on Nana Osei-Opare’s new article, “Uneasy Comrades: Postcolonial Statecraft, Race, and Citizenship, Ghana–Soviet Relations, –,” is now out.
Filed under Faculty News, Fordham News, Global History. Tagged as Citizenship, Cold War, Ghana, Kwame Nkrumah, postcolonialism, Race.
The Political Economy of Tanzania; Race, Nation, and Citizenship in Post-colonial Africa. Lofchie has written the broader account of the two, and his book provides a compelling introduction to the country’s development since independence.
He begins with the socialist ambitions that guided the country’s postindependence leaders. Dr. Khalilah L. Brown-Dean, an Associate Professor of Political Science at Quinnipiac University, gave a lecture on her book “Identity Politics in the United States” on Thursday, Nov.
14 at the Wesleyan R.J. Julia Bookstore. Her talk focused on how recent controversies regarding politics and race are rooted in the institutionalized prejudice that runs throughout the history of the United. Social Identity and the Law: Race, Sexuality and Intersectionality is an important resource for inquiry into the relationship between law and social identity in the contexts of race, sexuality and intersectionality in the United States.
The book provides a systematic legal treatment of selected historical and contemporary civil rights and social justice issues in areas affecting African. In some African countries, democratic openings have intensified ethnic competition and led to protracted transitions or outright conflict.
In Kenya, I argue, the stalled transition reflects the effects of republican citizenship in ethnic political communities and liberal citizenship in the national political community. This duality in citizenship engenders conflict over democracy—conceived Cited by: Identity, Citizenship, and Political Conflict in Africa Book Description: Reflecting on the processes of nation-building and citizenship formation in Africa, Edmond J.
Keller believes that although some deep parochial identities have eroded, they have not disappeared and may be more assertive than previously thought, especially in instances of. Description Perspectives on race today.
Featuring new and engaging essays by noted anthropologists and illustrated with full color photos, RACE: Are We So Different. is an accessible and fascinating look at the idea of race, demonstrating how current scientific understanding is often inconsistent with popular notions of race.
Taken from the popular national public education project and museum. Kevin Gaines, professor of history and director of the Center for Afroamerican and African Studies (CAAS), had his latest book, American Africans in Ghana: Black Expatriates and the Civil Rights Era (University of North Carolina Press), published earlier this year.
Part of the John Hope Franklin Series in African American History and Culture, the book tells the story of a small group of Author: Sean Jacobs. that appear in political spaces, but should do that within the broad ambit of human rights, access to resources, equality, and citizenship.
Ethnic conflicts in Africa also respond to external influence in what “has been described as neo-colonialism” (Mengisteab,p).File Size: 59KB. A change of mind on dual citizenship in East Africa 60 Citizenship by naturalisation 64 Citizenship requirements for public office 73 Egypt: Dual citizenship and political rights 74 Rights for the African diaspora 76 Ethiopia 76 Ghana 77 Loss and deprivation of citizenship 78 Right to.
"A detailed and engaging book which explores a neglected aspect of US foreign policy The emotional resonance articulated in the epilogue regarding diasporean African' quest to celebrate their African heritage in addition to formulating a political relationship with Ghana makes a fitting end to this insightful book."--Modern African Studies.
The Concept of Race. Identity and Race The Contact Zone. Today’s Contact Zone Challenges Ethnic and Religious Conflict. Failures of political leadership led to two world wars and many regional wars. not be the same as citizenship in one of the world’s some countries.
Consider for a. Ethnicity is more than skin color or physical characteristics, more than language, song, and dance. It is the embodiment of values, institutions, and patterns of behavior, a composite whole.
Identity politics and local political culture: The politics of gender, race, class, and religion in comparative perspective Article (PDF Available) September with 5, Reads How we.
citizenship in Ghana, Cote dIvoire, and the U.S. Her first book, Informal Institutions and Citizenship in Rural Africa () was the winner of the APSA Sartori Book Award and finalist for the ASA the relevant political identity is at the level of the nation-state, and thus, political claims are oriented toward the central state.
The Ethics of Identity takes seriously both the claims of individuality--the task of making a lifeand the claims of identity, these large and often abstract social categories through which we define ourselves.
What sort of life one should lead is a subject that has preoccupied moral 4/5(3). "The 'American Creed' and American Identity: The Limits of Liberal Citizenship in the United States," Western Political Quarterly, 41,pp.
Smith, Tony. Foreign Entanglements: The Power of Ethnic Groups in the Making of American Foreign Policy, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, Those of us who are white, born in this country, cisgender and not of a minority religious faith can have the luxury of turning away from identity politics in order to focus on economic inequality.
Start studying Politics of Identity in Ghana. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Her first book Indians and Mestizos in the Lettered City: Reshaping Justice, Social Hierarchy and Political Culture in Colonial Peru examines, among other themes, notions of ethnicity and race promoted by early modern Spanish chroniclers, missionaries, and colonial officials, and how such notions were contested, reformulated, and redeployed by.
About the Author Naomi Zack is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the State University of New York at Albany. She is the author of Race and Mixed Race (), Bachelors of Science: Seventeenth Century Identity Then and Now (), Thinking About Race ().
She is the Editor of American Mixed Race: The Culture of Microdiversity () and Race/Sex: Their Sameness, Difference, and Interplay. InMaya Angelou, already a civil rights worker, and her then partner Vusumzi Make, an exiled activist from South Africa (he was a leading Pan Africanist Congress member), moved to Cairo, Egypt, where she found work at a small radical year later, Angelou and Make broke up and she moved to Ghana with her son.
Citizenship as it is commonly understood today in the public sphere is a legal issue, yet scholars have done much to move beyond this popular view and situate citizenship in the context of economic, social, and political positioning. The book shows that citizenship in all of its forms is often rhetorically, representationally, and legally Brand: Taylor And Francis.
The project examines the status and meaning of the South African city under apartheid and immediately after the transition to democracy focusing on the ways in which matters of citizenship, labor, and race critically intersected with the “urban,” and thereby came to constitute it as a strategic space in which marginal subjects, specifically.“Race, Political Identity and Citizenship in Ghana: the Example of the Lebanese.” Inaugural Lecture, Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences, Accra, Ap “Alcoholism and Narcotics Use: Changing Perspectives of Mental Illness in Africa.” Keynote Lecture for Oxford University Workshop on Alcohol and Drugs, Citizens and Subjects: Democratisation and Ethnic Identity in Rural Ghana Abstract This study applies institutional analysis to explore the connections between ethnicity and political choice during elections.
Inquiries into the electoral politics of Fanteakwa, a multiethnic administrative district and electoral constituency in Ghana,Cited by: 1.