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Dr. Isidore Lobnibe: “The Immigrant Factor in Ghanaian Electoral Politics and The Politics of Belonging in Brong Ahafo.”

Dr. Isidore Lobnibe: “The Immigrant Factor in Ghanaian Electoral Politics and The Politics of Belonging in Brong Ahafo.”
 

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Part of the 2011-12 University of Oregon African Studies Lecture Studies

Dr. Lobnibe is a socio-cultural anthropologist working in Ghana with interests in peasant economy, political economy, agrarian and environmental systems, labor migration, social organization, popular culture, historiography, and the Black Diaspora. Educated in Ghana and the United States, his current research focuses on the impact of migration from rural villages to plantations on both home communities and the migrants themselves. In this paper, he will explore how these migrants are incorporated into the modern state political system.


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