Three Questions to our Guests

During every Boko Café session, we ask our guests three questions.

  • Three Questions to Dr. Pedro Monaville

    You recently finished a book about students politics in the Congo. Can you tell us more about this project? The book is currently titled Students of the World: Decolonization and the Global 1960s in the Congo. It will be published by Duke University Press in the Spring of 2022. The main intervention of the book … Continue reading “Three Questions to Dr. Pedro Monaville”

  • Three Questions to Dr. Anne Heffernan

    Professor in Southern African History, Durham University What was the role of Christian student associations in anti-apartheid activism? Christian student organizations played a number of roles in the anti-apartheid struggle, and these differed somewhat over time. In the period I discussed in my talk – the late 1960s and early to mid 1970s – these … Continue reading “Three Questions to Dr. Anne Heffernan”

  • Trois questions à Dr. Guy Bucumi

    Chercheur postdoctoral et chargé de cours à la Faculté de droit de l’Université de Sherbrooke. En parlant des trajectoires de la laïcité et des rapports entre l’État et la religion en Afrique, vous suggérez une laïcité de compromis. Que voulez-vous dire par là ? Voulez-vous expliquer ? Lorsqu’on analyse de près l’histoire des relations religions-États en Afrique, … Continue reading “Trois questions à Dr. Guy Bucumi”

  • Trois questions à Dr. Issouf Binaté

    Professeur d’histoire à l’Université Alassane Ouattara de Bouaké, en Côte d’Ivoire Votre recherche touche à la coopération entre la Turquie et les pays africains. Comment celle-ci se distingue-t-elle de la coopération avec d’autres pays musulmans tels que l’Arabie Saoudite ou le Maroc ? La coopération entre la Turquie et l’Afrique se distingue par l’engagement des … Continue reading “Trois questions à Dr. Issouf Binaté”

  • Three Questions to Dr. Tatiana Smirnova

    Postdoctoral Researcher at Centre FrancoPaix in Conflict Resolution and Peace Missions Chaire Raoul-Dandurand Based on your research, what are the most significant watershed moment(s)/important junctures in student activism in Niger since independence until 1991? My research on student activism in Niger has shown that from independence to 1991 important moments of the movement were systematically advanced … Continue reading “Three Questions to Dr. Tatiana Smirnova”