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Dr Kathryn Nwajiaku-Dahou

Politics Tutor (Politics of Sub-Saharan Africa), Oxford University

BA, MA, MSc, DPhil (Oxon)
Politics Tutor (Politics of Sub-Saharan Africa), Oxford University
Formerly: Development Expert for Irish Government to OECD; Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Politics, University of Oxford
Areas: Identity politics and conflict; politics of oil and ethnic nationalism in Nigeria
Regions: West Africa
Publications: ‘Remembering and Forgetting Isaac Boro.’ in African Transitions, Laurent Fouchard (ed) (forthcoming, 2008) Oil Politics and Ijaw Nationalism in Nigeria, Lynne Rienner /University of Indiana Press (forthcoming 2008). ‘La Mémoire et l’Oubli, Isaac Boro et les Tendances du Nationalisme Ijaw Contemporain’, Politique Africaine, 103, October 2006. ‘Andrew Apter, The Pan-African Nation, Oil and the Spectacle of Culture’ in ‘Nigeria : Le Point de Vue de Kathryn Nwajiaku’, Politique Africaine, 103, October 2006. ‘Between Discourse and Reality: The Politics of Oil and Ijaw Ethnic Nationalism in the Niger Delta’, Cahiers d’Etudes Africaines, XLV(2), 178, 2005

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