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Ep. 120: A conversation with Zachariah Mampilly on researching African politics

Ufahamu Africa

Joining us this week is friend of the show, Zachariah Mampilly! He speaks with Kim about researching and teaching African politics, as well as his Program on African Social Research (PASR) which supports junior African scholars as they work to publish in academic journals.In the news wrap, Kim and Rachel talk about the Islamic State in Mozambique, news from Nigeria, and political updates in Côte d'Ivoire. … More Ep. 120: A conversation with Zachariah Mampilly on researching African politics

1hr 5mins

12 Jun 2021

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The Ethics of Field Research with Erica Chenoweth and Zachariah Mampilly

Stories from the Field

Peter and Ora welcome Erica Chenoweth from Harvard Kennedy School and Zachariah Mampilly from the Marxe School of International Affairs at Baruch College to discuss research ethics, including whether political scientists should have an individual and/or shared code of ethics, tough decisions about accepting funding from government and non-government institutions, and how to ethically engage with policymakers, the general public, and the individuals you are studying during field research.Producers: Harper Barbaree, John GehmanEditors: Hannah Jones, Garrett Madden, Gabriel Wallen, Lila Zarrella

1hr 6mins

2 Feb 2021

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시위가 전세계의 민주주의를 재정의하는 방법 | 자카리야 맴필리(Zachariah Mampilly)

TEDTalks 뉴스와 정치

민주주의 과정은 지저분하고 복잡하며 때로는 비효율적입니다. 그러나 아프리카 대륙에서는 시위를 중심에 두며 민주주의를 재정의하고 있습니다. 이해를 돕기 위한 이 강연에서 정치학자 자카리야 맴필리씨는 튀지니, 말라위, 짐바브웨와 같은 나라들을 개조하는 시위의 현재 흐름에 대한 안내를 제공합니다. 또한 이러한 형태의 정치적 불화가 어떻게 우리가 가능하다고 여기는 것 이상의 정치적인 상상력을 확장하는지에 관해 설명합니다.

10mins

8 Feb 2018

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How protest is redefining democracy around the world | Zachariah Mampilly

TED Talks News and Politics

The democratic process is messy, complicated and often inefficient -- but across Africa, activists are redefining democracy by putting protest at its center. In an illuminating talk, political scientist Zachariah Mampilly gives us a primer on the current wave of protests reshaping countries like Tunisia, Malawi and Zimbabwe -- and explains how this form of political dissension expands our political imaginations beyond what we're told is possible.

10mins

8 Feb 2018

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Cómo las protestas están redefiniendo la democracia en todo el mundo | Zachariah Mampilly

TEDTalks Noticias y Política

El proceso democrático es desordenado, complicado y en ocasiones ineficiente. Sin embargo, en toda África, los activistas están redefiniendo la democracia al poner a las protestas en su centro. En una charla reveladora, el politólogo Zachariah Mampilly nos hace una introducción a la ola de protestas que están remodelando países como Túnez, Malawi y Zimbabue; y explica cómo esta forma de disensión política expande nuestras imaginaciones políticas más allá de lo que nos dicen que es posible.

10mins

8 Feb 2018

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Comment la contestation redéfinit la démocratie à travers le monde | Zachariah Mampilly

TEDTalks Politique et médias

Le processus démocratique est chaotique, compliqué et souvent inefficace, mais à travers l'Afrique, des activistes redéfinissent la démocratie en plaçant la contestation en son centre. Dans une intervention éclairante, le politologue Zachariah Mampilly nous offre une introduction à l'actuelle vague de manifestation qui remodèle des pays comme la Tunisie, le Malawi et le Zimbabwe et explique comment cette forme de désaccord politique élargit nos imaginations politiques au-delà de ce que l'on nous dit possible.

10mins

8 Feb 2018

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Como os protestos estão redefinindo a democracia ao redor do mundo | Zachariah Mampilly

TEDTalks Notícias e Política

O processo democrático é bagunçado, complicado, e muitas vezes ineficiente. Mas, por toda a África, ativistas estão redefinido a democracia colocando o protesto em evidência. Em uma palestra esclarecedora, o cientista político Zachariah Mampilly nos dá uma aula acerca da onda corrente de protestos que estão remodelando países como Tunísia, Malauí e Zimbábue - e explica como esta forma de discórdia política expande nosso imaginário político além do que acreditamos que fosse possível.

10mins

8 Feb 2018

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Zachariah Mampilly and Adam Branch, “Africa Uprising: Popular Protest and Political Change” (Zed Press, 2015)

New Books in Political Science

Zachariah Mampilly is the author along with Adam Branch of Africa Uprising: Popular Protest and Political Change (Zed Press, 2015). Mampilly is Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of Africana Studies at Vassar College; Branch is assistant professor of political science at San Diego State University and a senior research fellow at the Makerere Institute of Social Research, in Kampala, Uganda.Much of the Arab Spring took place in Africa, but little commentary connected those protests to the continent. In Africa Uprising, Mampilly and Branch unearth the connections between contemporary political protests in Africa and the long history of protest in various African countries. Building on the theoretical debates between Kwame Nkrumah and Franz Fanon, Africa Uprising uses cases studies from Nigeria, Uganda, and Ethiopia to explain how the third wave of African protests have unfolded. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

24mins

24 Aug 2015

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Zachariah Mampilly and Adam Branch, “Africa Uprising: Popular Protest and Political Change” (Zed Press, 2015)

New Books in African Studies

Zachariah Mampilly is the author along with Adam Branch of Africa Uprising: Popular Protest and Political Change (Zed Press, 2015). Mampilly is Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of Africana Studies at Vassar College; Branch is assistant professor of political science at San Diego State University and a senior research fellow at the Makerere Institute of Social Research, in Kampala, Uganda.Much of the Arab Spring took place in Africa, but little commentary connected those protests to the continent. In Africa Uprising, Mampilly and Branch unearth the connections between contemporary political protests in Africa and the long history of protest in various African countries. Building on the theoretical debates between Kwame Nkrumah and Franz Fanon, Africa Uprising uses cases studies from Nigeria, Uganda, and Ethiopia to explain how the third wave of African protests have unfolded. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-studies

24mins

24 Aug 2015