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Faculty Whose Academic Interests Relate to Africa

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School of International Service

Charles Call Charles Call
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(202) 885-1693
SIS - School of International Service
David Hirschmann David Hirschmann
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(202) 885-1655
SIS - School of International Service
Carl LeVan Carl LeVan
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(202) 885-2457
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Clarence Lusane Clarence Lusane
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(202) 885-1674
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James Mittelman James Mittelman
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(202) 885-1643
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Rachel Robinson Rachel Robinson
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(202) 885-1636
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Caleb Rossiter Caleb Rossiter
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(202) 885-2365
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Susan Shepler Susan Shepler
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(202) 885-2454
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Gary Weaver Gary Weaver
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(202) 885-1637
SIS - School of International Service

School of Communication

W. Joseph Campbell W. Joseph Campbell
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(202) 885-2071
SOC - School of Communication

School of Public Affairs

Adrienne LeBas Adrienne LeBas
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(202) 885-6229
SPA - Government
Diane Singerman Diane Singerman
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(202) 885-2362
SPA - Government

Governance and Development:
Reassessing and Reinventing Power Sharing and Decentralization in Africa

African Studies Association Workshop, Annual Meeting 2011

Hosted at American University
Wednesday, November 16

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Lecture by Elliott Green: The Political Economy of Nation Formation in Modern Tanzania

Prof. Green is an alumnus of LSE and is a Tutorial Fellow at the Department of International Studies where he focuses on ethnic politics, decentralization, land reform and political issues in Eastern Africa, particularly Uganda.

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