This research project examines the first generation of independent African leaders and how they went about constructing new African nation-states: forging a sense of nationhood out of disparate African...
The Anglophone diaspora arose during the period we identify as the Anthropocene. From 1780 to 1930 English speakers rocketed from 12m to 200m through language migration and Anglophone settlements in Australasia,...
The International Criminal Court (ICC) intervened in Kenya after the disputed 2007/8 election that led to displacement of more than 650,000 people and death of 1133 lives according to the post–election...
Human mind continuously produces explanations because an explained world is perceived as more understandable, more secure, open for forecasting and for planning of successful actions. In all cultures and...
This research intends to analyze informality as a dimension of the social contract initiated by marginalized actors in response to the crisis of welfare state in Global South. Specifically, it will mobilise...
This project is concerned with the role of language in epistemic justice, defined as an ethical project of reversing epistemic exclusions, mitigating epistemic harm, and seeking parity of epistemic authority...
Globally, mental illness is more responsible for extreme distress than poverty or unemployment, and, to compound the problem, mental illness interacts with poverty and unemployment in socially and economically...
The current ‘sixth extinction’ event represents a major crisis for conservation as well as for global society more generally. But how to interpret this event in relation to the highly uneven patterns...
The most important wine country in Africa is South Africa where grapes and wine were introduced by the white settlers in the 17th century.  South Africa has a global standing as a wine producer. It is...
The corpus of scholarship from the “Global North” signal an increasing global feminization of the legal profession. Yet, little remains known about the trends in the “Global South”, as this apparent...