Dr. Ismail Rashid
Beiträge als Autor:
- 35th IPA Vienna Seminar (aus der Publikation Developing Peace Partnerships in Africa)
Associate professor of history and Africana studies at Vassar College and the director of the Africana Studies Program.
His primary research and teaching interests are slave and peasant resistance, Pan-Africanism and social conflicts in contemporary Africa. He has published a number of articles on these topics.
His recent publications include West Africa’s Security Challenges:
Building Peace in a Troubled Region (2004),
co-edited with Adekeye Adebajo; "Escape, Revolt and Marronage in 18th and 19th Century Sierra Leone Hinterland," in Canadian Journal of African Studies (2000);
and "Subaltern Reactions: Lumpens, Students and the Left," in Africa Development (1997).