Editors of this volume invite authors from various disciplines, such as history, political
science, international relations, anthropology, and geography, to submit chapters which deal
with direct links between internal and external factors contributing to the political and
economic processes in the 20th century Horn of Africa.
We’d like to announce you the final version of the 1st Central European African Studies Conference (CEASC) program which is attached in this article as a PDF file.
The conference fee will be paid during the registration to the conference. Whoever wants any advice about the transportation to Pilsen or related to the accommodation, please don’t hesitate to contact us via email africa.pilsen(at)gmail.com. We’ll be pleased to help.
Yours CEASC Team
Download Final Program here.
Religious Encounters as Events in African Societies
Guest editors: Madalina Florescu (University of Porto) and Kalle Kananoja (University of Helsinki)
Journal of African History, Politics, and Society (JAHPS) is a peer-reviewed, bi-annual (open access) journal, published by the Centre of African Studies, Faculty of Philosophy and Art, University of West Bohemia in Pilsen, Czech Republic.
For the Second volume of JAHPS (Spring 2015), we invite papers on religious encounters in African societies, past and present.