“Where are African scholars in African studies?” from Fellow Yusuf Serunkuma

December 16, 2016

yusuf"Many postcolonial regimes are still mired in protracted civil wars and violence, struggling economies, corruption, bad leadership, broken social and economic infrastructure and famine.  It is rather dishonest for a country whose main university could be closed for months by presidential decree, whose professors strike year in year out over emoluments, to complain about an overwhelming European or American presence in their studies."

Read more from Completion Fellow Yusuf Serunkuma at Pambazuka News.