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Subject:

Call for Book Chapters: African Migrants and the Refugee Crisis

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CALL FOR BOOK CHAPTERS 
AFRICAN MIGRANTS AND THE REFUGEE CRISIS 
Editors: Olayiwola Abegunrin and Sabella O. Abidde 
 
See the full call at https://networks.h-net.org/node/73374/announcements/3622663/african-migrants-and-refugee-crisis 
 
Listed below are some suggested areas of interrogation and analysis: 
•         Migration and refugee crisis in world history 
•         Statelessness and internally displaced persons 
•         Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in African migrant/refugee population 
•         Sexual abuse, neglect, and exploitation within African migrant/refugee population 
•         Theorizing migration and refugee crisis 
•         The impact of globalization and/or globalizing forces on migration 
•         Cold War politics and migration 
•         The dangers: crossing the Sahara Desert and the Mediterranean Sea 
•         The human cost of migration/refugee crisis 
•         Libya’s detention centers and death camps 
•         South Sudan and the tragedy of a continent 
•         African migrants and refugees in Eastern and Western Europe 
•         African migrants and refugees in Latin America and the Caribbean 
•         African migrants/refugees in oil-rich Arab countries 
•         The impact of migration on African states and societies 
•         Public policy: how to curb Africa’s migration and refugee crisis 
•         European and African-based non-governmental organizations and the refugee crisis 
•         The African Union and the refugee crisis 
•         The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and the African refugee crisis 
•         Xenophobia and nativism in Europe and North America 
•         The European Union migration policy 
•         Migration and human rights in Africa 
•         Human smugglers/traffickers 
•         Refugee camps in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, and Ethiopia 
 
FORMATTING/CITATION/DUE DATES/ETC: 
1. Please submit a detailed abstract: 300-350-words, and a 100-125-words biography (About the Author), along with your official contact information by 25 March 2019. 
2. You will be notified of acceptance or rejection of abstract by 25 April 2019. 
3. Your chapter - 7500-8500 words including endnotes and references - is due 30 September 2019. 
4. Information regarding formatting/citation will be transmitted to contributors at a later date. 
5. Please send your abstract, brief biography, contact information, and any inquiry about topics to: [log in to unmask] and then cc the co-editor at: [log in to unmask] 
 
ABOUT THE EDITORS: 
Olayiwola Abegunrin is Professor of International Relations, African Studies, and Political Economy, Howard University and the University of Maryland. He was formerly Chair, Department of International Relations, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. He is Carnegie Mellon Foundation Fellow. He is the author, co-author, editor and co-editor of fifteen books, book chapters and many articles in refereed journals. His teaching and research focus is on International Relations, African Politics, Political Economy and U.S. Foreign Policy. His most recent book is Nigeria-United States Relations, 1960-2016 (Lexington Books, 2018).
 
Sabella O. Abidde (Ph.D. Howard University) is a tenured associate professor of political science and member of the graduate faculty at Alabama State University where he teaches courses in comparative politics, international relations, African politics and institutions, and the politics of developing nations. He is the editor of Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean: The Case for Bilateral and Multilateral Cooperation (Lexington Books, 2018); and the coeditor of Africans and the Exiled Life: Migration, Culture and Globalization (Lexington Books, 2017). Dr. Abidde is a member of the Association of Global South Studies (AGSS); Latin American Studies Association (LASA); African Studies & Research Forum (ASRF); the Caribbean Studies Association (CSA); and the Canadian Association of African Studies (CAAS).
 
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