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In their own voices: conversations with African emerging leaders

We at African Politics and Policy are particularly proud to announce the publication of ‘In their own words‘ by Kristina…

The constitutionalization of culture in East Africa

by Kristina Bekenova   African countries have diverse ethnicities with different cultures, languages and religions. The importance of protecting and…

Lukasa memory board and its art secrets

by Kristina Bekenova One of the most interesting objects exposed in African Museum in Verona is a Lukasa, or memory…

Nuer people and their cattle

by Kristina Bekenova The photos by Tariq Zaidi show how important cows are for Mundari people of South Sudan and…

Rock Art of Africa: where creativity began

by Kristina Bekenova Sense of aesthetics and gracefulness of the image are not invented and, moreover, are not the privilege…

It’s time for African art

by Kristina Bekenova African art – successfully presented on the internationally famous exhibitions platforms such as the Venice Biennale (2015),…

Culture and greater Africa

Not once has African Politics and Policy discussed the ways for Africa to overcome the underdevelopment. However, to a surprise…

New Issue of the Newsletter of African Politics and Policy

We are happy to announce that we have just released the new issues of the newsletter of African Politics and…

Museums in Africa

by Kristina Bekenova This May was marked for by efforts to preserve and promote African culture such as the ‚ÄúProud…

REVIVED INTEREST IN AFRICAN CULTURE

There is an impression that the world has once again found interest and inspiration in African art and culture. This…

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