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An Indian-Ugandan academic, author and political commentator.
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ENG: Mahmood Mamdani (born 23 April 1946) is an Ugandan academic, author and political commentator. He is the Director of the Makerere Institute of Social Research (MISR), the Herbert Lehman Professor of Government at the School of International and Public Affairs and the Professor of Anthropology, Political Science and African Studies at Columbia University. Early life Mamdani is a third generation Ugandan of Indian origin. He was born in Mumbai and grew up in Kampala. Both his parents were born in the neighbouring Tanganyika Territory (present day Tanzania). He was educated at the Government Primary School in Dar es Salaam, Government Primary School in Masaka, K.S.I. Primary School in Kampala, Shimoni and Nakivubo Government Primary Schools in Kampala and at Old Kampala Senior ...
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The Downside of the Kony 2012 Video

Only two weeks ago, Ugandan papers carried front-page reports from the highly respected Social Science Research Council of New York, accusing the Uganda army of atrocities against civilians in Central African Republic while on a mission to fight Joseph Kony and the LRA. The Army denied the allegations. Many in the civilian population, especially in the north, were skeptical of the denial. Like all victims, they have long and enduring memories. The adult population recalls the brutal government-directed counterinsurgency campaign beginning 1986, and evolving into Operation North, the first ...

Rethinking Western Intervention and Human Rights

The Arab Spring has once again raised pressing questions about the effectiveness of international human rights organizations. Along with the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) and Western powers, these organizations are being increasingly castigated for their failure to stop violence in the Middle East-North Africa region generally, and in Syria in particular. Despite the nobility of their cause, Western human rights organizations are losing legitimacy because they fail to assess the repercussions of their call to Western powers to take immediate action against human rights violations. ...

Another Great Accolade for Mira Nair

Mira Nair, an Indian- American film maker, lives in New York City and heads her film production company, Mirabai Films. She teaches in the film division of the Columbia School of Arts as an adjunct professor. Mira Nair is Malayali and Punjabi, born in Bhubaneshwar, Orissa on Oct 15, 1957. Her father was a civil servant and her mother, a social worker. Born in a middle class family, Nair is the youngest of three children. She went to boarding school in Shimla, to Loreto Convent Tara Hall. She studied at Miranda House in Delhi, specializing in Sociology. At this time she got involved with an ...

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What We Talked About At ISA: The Monstrous Masculine: War Rape, Race/Gender, and the Figure of the Rapacious African Warrior
If there is something in these utterances more than youthful inexperience, more than a lack of factual knowledge, what is it? Quite simply it is the desire – one might indeed say the need – in Western psychology to set Africa up as a foil to Europe, a place of negations at once remote and […]
SJP Conference 2011: A Chronological Photo Tour
Guest contribution by Sara Jawhari A street vendor’s food stand reads “From Tahrir Square, Egypt, to Liberty Park, New York”.
Economy of Force
We return from the holidays with gusto and a book symposium on Patricia Owens’ Economy of Force: Counterinsurgency and the Historical Rise of the Social (Cambridge, 2015). Patricia is Professor of International Relations at the University of Sussex, co-editor of European Journal of International Relations, and a former fellow of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University […]
Kony 2012 and The Choir of Saviors: You got a song you wanna sing for me?
You got a song you wanna sing for me? Sing a song, singing man. Sing another song, singing man. Sing a song for me. One for the pressing, two for the cross, Three for the blessing, four for the loss. Kid holdin’ a weapon, walk like a corpse In the face of transgression, military issue […]

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