2011




Date: 5 - 6 May 2011
City: Hradec Králové
Venue: University of Hradec Králové

 

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Papers:

Contesting Exclusion: Rethinking Ethnic Nationalism in Nigeria

Noah Echa Attah, Osun State University, Nigeria

 

The Ivoirité Discourse as a Political Instrument

Madina Bello, Montpellier I University, France

 

Peasants, State and Aid: Co-evolution and "Development" in the Island of Santiago of Cape Verde

Carlos Ferreira Couto, CEAUP-FLUP, Porto, Portugal

 

Anthropological Perspectives on the Creation of New National Identities: the South African and Czech Experience

Hana Horáková, Metropolitan University Prague, Czech Republic

 

Freedom Lovers and Democrats: The Colonial Construction of Kabyle Identity and Its Continuity

Tereza Hyánková, University of Pardubice, Czech Republic

 

Egypt after Mubarak: a Course on the Islamization?

Leonid Issaev, State University, Russia

 

Post-colonialism, National Consciousness and Ethnic Identity in the Congo DR: The Tragedy of Baluba (Kasayi) in the Katanga province

Albert Kasanda, Centre for African Studies and Intercultural Research, Belgium

 

Localization of the Management in Chinese Companies in Ghana: Marketing or Reality?

Antoine Kernen and Katy Lam, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

 

The Multiple Uses of Freedom and Independence in Postcolonial Discourses in North-central Namibia

Mari Kervinen, University of Eastern Finland, Finland

 

The Conflict of Identities in Ethiopian Imperial State

Alemayehu Kumsa, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic

 

Worship of Mami Wata in the Southern Benin: The Construction of Meaning and Identity out of Experience with Foreign Cultures

Kateřina Mildnerová, University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic

 

Being Christian in Africa: Catholic Identity in Central Part of Ghana

Anna Niedźwiedź, Jagiellonian University Kraków, Poland

 

Identity Building: The Contribution of Archaeology

Alain Marliac, Directeur de recherches honoraire de l'IRD, France

 

Identity Politics in African Post-democratic Transitions: Is Democracy Responsible?

René Otayek, Institut d'Etudes Politiques, Pessac Cedex France

 

Traces of Colonial Identity Today: A Case of Zimbabwe

Petr Popov, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

 

"There is Crushing, There is Grinding." The Expression of Modern Identity in Congolese Literature

Alena Rettová, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, Great Britain

 

Whither The Female Voice in Mauritian Literature?

Rashi Rohatgi, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, Great Britain

 

The Role of Clan Identity in the Somali Politics

Kateřina Rudincová, University of Ostrava, Czech Republic

 

Bridewealth [ilobolo] in Zulu Society and the Construction of 'Modern' versus 'Traditional' Identities

Stephanie Rudwick, University of kwazulu-Natal, South Africa

 

Postcolonial Africa: Intellectual Decolonization

Alisa Shishkina, State University, Russia

 

Changing Hierarchy of Public Identities in Ghana

Petr Skalník, University of Hradec Králové, Czech Republic

 

Afro-Hungarian Identities: African Migrants and Immigration Trends in Hungary

István Tarrósy, University of Pécs, Hungary

 

Identities, failed identities, and social ontologies (in Africa)

Robert Thornton, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

 

"The Ancestors Have Failed Me, Now I'm a Christian Man." Shifting Beliefs in Post-war Sierra Leone.

Kateřina Werkman, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic

 



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