Pan-Africanism, and the politics of African citizenship and identity

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Full title: Pan-Africanism, and the politics of African citizenship and identity / edited by Toyin Falola and Kwame Essien.
Other authors: Falola, Toyin.
Essien, Kwame.
Format: Book           

Table of Contents:
  • Introduction / Toyin Falola and Kwame Essien
  • Part 1. Historicizing pan-Africanism and the contradictions
  • Chapter 1. Pan African theory's impact on the development of Afrocentric education in Jamaica / Jamaine Abidogun
  • Chapter 2. "Africa, the land of our fathers": the emigration of Charlestonians to Liberia in the nineteenth century / Lawrence Aje
  • Chapter 3. Liberia after creation: whither the pan-Africanist dream / Inyang Etim Bassey
  • Chapter 4. Pan-Africanism and slave rebellions: the interconnections / Aminah Wallace
  • Part 2. Pan-African citizenship, identity and entitlements: the place of pan-Africanism in reverse diaspora migrations
  • Chapter 5. The global implications of pan Africanism and the establishment of "new communities" in Africa: the case of Victoria in southwest Cameroon / Richard Agbor A. Enoh
  • Chapter 6. "Performance" in trans-Atlantic communities in Africa: the case of Brazilian-Africans and American-Africans in Ghana / Kwame Essien
  • Chapter 7. Mobilizing the African diaspora for development: the politics of dual citizenship in Ghana / George M. Bob-Milliar and Gloria K. Bob-Milliar
  • Chapter 8. Citizens and strangers in the virgin forest together?: migrations and cross-cultural encounters in the oral histories of Sefwi Debiso community of western Ghana / Augustine Tawiah
  • Part 3. Re-evaluating pan-Africanism, the challenges in the past and the way forward
  • Chapter 9. Nationality and the pan-African state / Vincent Dodoo and Wilhelmina Donkoh
  • Chapter 10. Critical departures in the practice of pan-Africanism in the new millennium / Harry Odamtten
  • Chapter 11. Pan-Africanism and the place of Africa in contemporary world power politics / Sharon A. Omotoso and Emmanuel A. Layode
  • Chapter 12. The spirit of pan-Africanism and nationalist consciousness: the way forward in the 21st century / Segun Ogungbemi
  • Chapter 13. Pan-Africanism in world politics: the geopolitics of the pan-African movement, 1900-2000 / G.N. Uzoigwe.