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Latest publications about Nigeria in the Social Sciences and the Humanities: January - February 2018

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January - February 2018 edition is available here:

Book Launch: The Boko Haram Reader. From Nigerian Preachers to the Islamic State (Hurst Publishers 2017)

By Abdulbasit Kassim (Rice University, Texas)

On Wednesday 5th of September 2018, IFRA was very pleased to host Mr. Abdulbasit Kassim, PhD student in Religion at Rice University in Texas. Mr. Kassim is the co-author with Michael Nwankpa of The Boko Haram Reader. From Nigerian Preachers to the Islamic State published in 2017 by Hurst Publishers. The book launch was organised at 10am in Draper’s Hall at the Institute of African Studies in the University of Ibadan.

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Latest publications about Nigeria in the Social Sciences and the Humanities: November - December 2017

BiblioNigeria is a watchtower for all articles and books published about Nigeria in the Social Sciences and the Humanities. Every two months, a downloadable bulletin is published here to present an almost exhaustive list of most recent publications. Authors as well as users are invited to submit references through the link below.

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Human Trafficking on Sexual Exploitation in Nigeria, 30th of November, 2017, Ibadan School of Governement and Public Policy

On Thursday 30th of November 2017, IFRA co-organised the conference “Human Trafficking on Sexual Exploitation in Nigeria” with the Women Research and Documentation Centre (WORDOC) of the Institute of African Studies of the University of Ibadan. Due to a non-academic staff strike affecting all activities on the campus of the University of Ibadan, the programme was finally held at the Ibadan School of Governement and Public Policy (ISGPP).

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Latest publications about Nigeria in the Social Sciences and the Humanities: September-October 2017

BiblioNigeria is a watchtower for all articles and books published about Nigeria in the Social Sciences and the Humanities. Every two months, a downloadable bulletin is published here to present an almost exhaustive list of most recent publications. Authors as well as users are invited to submit references through the link below.

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September-October 2017 edition is available here:

Latest publications about Nigeria in the Social Sciences and the Humanities: July-August 2017

BiblioNigeria is a watchtower for all articles and books published about Nigeria in the Social Sciences and the Humanities. Every two months, a downloadable bulletin is published here to present an almost exhaustive list of most recent publications. Authors as well as users are invited to submit references through the link below.

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July-August 2017 edition is available here:

Latest publications about Nigeria in the Social Sciences and the Humanities: May-June 2017

BiblioNigeria is a watchtower for all articles and books published about Nigeria in the Social Sciences and the Humanities. Every two months, a downloadable bulletin is published here to present an almost exhaustive list of most recent publications. Authors as well as users are invited to submit references through the link below.

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Latest publications about Nigeria in the Social Sciences and the Humanities - March-April 2017

BiblioNigeria is a watchtower for all articles and books published about Nigeria in the Social Sciences and the Humanities. Every two months, a downloadable bulletin is published here to present an almost exhaustive list of most recent publications. Authors as well as users are invited to submit references through the link below.

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PhD position on information packaging of Naija. Paris, France and Ibadan, Nigeria

naijasyncorPhD title: The information Structure of Nigerian Pidgin, and its interface with syntax and prosody.
Sujet de thèse: Structure communicative du pidgin de l’anglais parlé au Nigéria. Interface avec la syntaxe et la prosodie.

Duration: 36 months; with 20 months in Ibadan, Nigeria.
Durée : 36 mois, dont 20 mois à Ibadan, Nigéria.

Supervisors: Bernard Caron (USR 3336 Ifra-Ibadan), Sylvain Kahane (Modyco, Université Paris Nanterre)

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Call for paper: Sources of Violence. How to document and trace violent phenomenon in Africa?

The Journal

Sources is a collective peer-reviewed online Journal, created by the French Institutes for Research in Africa: IFRA-Nairobi, IFRA-Ibadan, IFAS-Johannesburg, CFEE-Addis-Ababa and CEDEJ-Khartoum. The goal of the journal is to promote fieldwork-based research by adding value to original sources, collected on the ground. Articles focus on primary data and first-hand documents, analysing their natures and their functions, around particular topics, through special issues and Varias. They also delve into methods and source collection contexts, as well as related ethical and epistemological issues.

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New perspectives in historical research: debating the History of Borno and archival material with Vincent Hiribarren

On Thursday, 13th of April, 2017, IFRA Nigeria was very happy to host Dr. Vincent Hiribarren for a book presentation and a documentary debate.

About Dr. Hiribarren

Dr. Hiribarren is Lecturer in African History at King’s College, London, UK, and a specialist of Northern Nigeria. His work stresses on spatial and borderland dynamics in an original diachronic perspective. He has done archival and field research in various locations of Northern Nigeria, including Kaduna and Maiduguri. He is also very familiar with colonial archives in Paris, London and Berlin. Additionally, Dr. Hiribarren has developed an interest in “digital methodologies” for research in social sciences and humanities, as exposed in his personal website.

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