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Manelisi Genge <email@example.com>
Africa Institute of South Africa
Discussion trends in South African history, especially on the theme of decolonization and the so-called exceptionalism of the South African situation. I also want to introduce a discussion on the role of African intellectuals in the "new" South Africa. I'm currently working on a project of party politics, party system and governance in Africa. This project is for my work place.
|Address:||Africa Institute of South Africa
P.O. Box 630
Pretoria, Gauteng Province 0001
|Fax Number:||27-12-323 8153|
|List Affiliations:||List Editor for H-SAfrica
Reviewer for H-AfrTeach
|Interests:||African American History / Studies
Diplomacy and International Relations
Political History / Studies
Women, Gender, and Sexuality
.Ph.D. History, Michigan State University
.MA. History, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio
.BA Honors, History, Univ. of the North, South Africa
.BA Education, Univ. of the North, South Africa
Publications: Chapter in a forthcoming book by Ohio Univeristy Press.
-Taught African and South African history of European history at the University of the North, South Africa.
-Taught South African and African history at Michigan State University.
-Taught African history (survey course) at Lansing Community College, Lansing, MI
-Reviewed books for:
African Economic Journal
-Peer reviewed articles for various journals
Presented paers at the African Studies Association Conference in Chicago, 1998.
Presented a paper at a conference at University of California, Los Angeles.
Gave a welcome address at a graduate conference at Michigan State University, fall 1999.
Presented papers on South African situation to various places in the US.
.Curerently an online chief editor for H-SAfrica
.Substitute online editor editor H-Africa
.Currently member of the editorial board of a founding member of the Journal of Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies, published by History Dept, Michigan State University.
.Been involved in organizing numerous conferences at MSU.
.Worked at project on designing a curriculum on the teaching of African history to high school kids in the US through the use of internet (webpage).