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The study of African postcolonial politics can be properly understood only through an appreciation of the long sweep of African history, including colonial and centuries of precolonial history. Basil Davidson has been one of the premier students of African history, and Davidson brings together his insights and those of distinguished students of African history and politics to supply that perspective.

The nature and condition of the African state has been perhaps the central problem of the study of African politics in post-independence times, but it has necessarily taken into account the roles and both colonial and precolonial precedents. At the heart of the problem of the African state has been the reality that as it is generally understood today the state has been a Western implant in Africa.

Meeting the requirements of Western stateness has posed profound, even controversial, challenges for African political leaders and their citizens, a struggle that Herbst explores. The condition and problems of the state in post-independence Africa has been at the forefront of the study of African politics in an era when the economic as well as political failings of new postcolonial states throughout the developing world prompted the rescue of the state within the field of political science from its reductionist treatment in both modernization and dependency theories.

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Evans, et al. Davidson, Basil, ed. New York: Times Books, A collection of essays that yields important and representative perspectives on the African cultural aspirations as expressed in the troubled political arenas. Evans, Peter B. Bringing the State Back In. New York: Cambridge University Press, DOI: The story of post-independence African politics has largely centered around the struggles and travails of African states.


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Harbeson, John, and Donald Rothchild, eds. Boulder, CO: Westview, A sixth edition is forthcoming in Herbst, Jeffrey. An important historically and comparatively grounded study of the problem of sub-Saharan African state formation, addressing the nature and basis of their pervasive contemporary weakness.

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The most cogent and concise introduction to the study of African politics from the perspective of the broader study of comparative politics of which it is a component. Young, Crawford. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, A magisterial, authoritative review of the evolution of half a century of post-independence politics, deeply influenced as they have been by colonial precedents. Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content on this page. Please subscribe or login. Oxford Bibliographies Online is available by subscription and perpetual access to institutions.

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For more information or to contact an Oxford Sales Representative click here. The example employed is everyday life in a Caribbean government office, but the paper develops a wider set of new conceptual tools and ethnographic approaches so as to facilitate research in postcolonial studies and affect more generally. Volume 49 , Issue 4.

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Abstract en This paper sets out a new research agenda for work on postcolonial development, sovereignty and affect. Citing Literature. Volume 49 , Issue 4 September Pages Related Information.