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British Foreign Policy in sub-Saharan Africa since 1957

IFRA-Nigeria is a partner to the Conference on British Foreign Policy in sub-Saharan Africa since 1957 organized by the Laboratoire de Recherche sur les Cultures Anglophones (LARCA) a research facility of the University of Paris Diderot.

IFRA-Nigeria will proudly be represented by Professor Olakunle A. Lawal, from the Department of History, University of Ibadan, who will make a presentation on Britain, Decolonization and the Construction of Nigerian Foreign Policy on the Eve of the Transfer of Power, 1958-1960.

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Independance in Nigeria experienced at grass-roots level

Coordinator : Jean Luc Martineau

Scientific Committee : Dr A. Aderonke A. Adesanya (IAS, UI) ; Professor Adekunle Lawal (UI) ; J-L Martineau (IFRA) ; Professor A. Olukoju (UNILAG)

This program will provide grants to Nigerian researchers as part of the cooperation between IFRA and the Nigerian academic world as a whole. A conference will be organized where the results of the research financed by IFRA will be debated. The interest of this program is multiple:

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Patrimony and Identity in West Africa

For some times, the concept of patrimony, interpreted in a variety of subfields within the Social Sciences and the Humanities, has occupied a significant place in research programs on Africa. The making of patrimonies and the way they interact with the present – the process of patrimonialisation – studied in a time-sensitive perspective, may provide alternative understanding of contemporary Africa.

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