‘Biographies of Radicalization: Hidden Messages of Social Change’ is now available in paper and digital formats from German academic publisher De Gruyter.
Edited by Mirjam de Bruijn (Leiden University / Voice4thought), it’s the English translation of ‘Biographies de la radicalisation: des messages cachés du changement social‘ which came out last year. In sixteen chapters, the authors search for the deeper layers of radicalization in Sub-Saharan Africa, which is situated in a larger global tendency.
Authors include Croquemort, Bart Schuurman, Dorrit van Dalen, Hoinathy Remadji & Sali Bakari, Walter Gam Nkwi, Souleymane Abdoulaye Adoum, Jonna Both, Mirjam de Bruijn & Sjoerd Sijsma, Djimet Seli, David Ehrhardt, Inge Ligtvoet & Loes Oudenhuijsen, Modibo Galy Cissé, Boukary Sangaré, Adamou Amadou, Selly Ba, Meike J. de Goede, V4T, G Hip Hop and Africulturban.
More info, the table of contents and order links for the Ebook and hardcover editions can be found here.
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