The dawn of neoliberal rationality in Africa in the 1980s coincided with a massive exodus of skilled Africans to the global North. Moving beyond the 'push and pull' framework that has dominated studies of this phenomenon, this collection instead looks at African transnational migrations against the backdrop of rapid and intensifying globalization.
|Publisher:||Palgrave Macmillan US|
|Product dimensions:||5.60(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.80(d)|
Table of ContentsTransnational Africa and Globalization: Introduction; M.O.Okome & O.Vaughan Africa, Transnationalism & Globalization: An Overview; O.Vaughan Black Internationalism and Transnational Africa; R.Bush What About the Reciprocity? Pan-Africanism and the Promise of Global Development; M.McLean Transnational Africa: Un-Pledging Allegiance: The US Nation Must Make the African Connection; M.E.L.Bush Pan-Africanizing Philanthropy: Toward a Social Theory of an Emerging Sector; J.Copeland-Carson 'I am the bridge between two worlds': Transnational connections among Darfurians in Maine; L.A.Gale The Changing Face of African Christianity: Reverse Mission in Transnational and Global Perspectives; J.K.Olupona Gendered Migrations: African Identities and Globalization; A.C.Kalu A Matter of Habit: Unraveling the Teaching/Learning knot; N.Florence Undocumented Labor Migration from Morocco to Europe: An African Perspective; M.Ennaji