ISBN  9789988307127
Pages 248
Dimensions 210 x 148mm
Published 2021
Publisher Woeli Publishing Services, Ghana
Format Paperback

Realigning and Repositioning Africa

Confronting Challenges and Charting Its Own Courses in the 21st Century

edited by Tony Talburt, Moussa Traoré

One of the challenges facing the continent of Africa is the continued marginalization it experiences in terms of its global political, economic and socio-culutral significance. This book, based on a collection of original essays from academics in Africa and across the African diaspora, seeks to address some of these concerns by positing Afri-centric expositions. The central theme of this book is the need for African perspectives and solutions to tackle African challenges, and for the realigning and repositioning of Africa.


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About the Editors

Tony Talburt

Tony Talburt (PhD) is a lecturer in the Centre for African and International Studies at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana. His main research interest is in the areas of international development and African and Caribbean politics and history. 

Moussa Traoré

Moussa Traoré is a Lecturer in Comparative Literature at the University of Cape Coast in Ghana. He holds a PhD in World Literature from Illinois State University and his area of research is Postcolonial Studies, Diasporan Literature, Ecocriticism and Translation. Dr. Traoré has presented papers at several international conferences and he published a book titled Intersecting Pan-Africanisms: Africa, North America and the Caribbean in 2012. He is currently doing some research on Literature and Migration.