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In this obituary of the academic John Peel, Caroline Ifeka writes how unlike post-modern scholars of religion and change whose cultural constructionism apparently exists in a bubble, floating freely in the writer’s head unanchored to the people in question, John’s analyses were soundly embedded in and integrated with ethnographically rich empirical data....

Abiodun Olamosu and Andy Wynne review Africa: Why the Economist Got it Wrong. They argue that the book provides a critical review of the recent economic history of Africa. Morten Jerven argues that, for most of the past two decades, mainstream economists have been trying to explain the chronic failure of economic growth in Africa. They have largely failed....

Femi Aborisade asks what is the root cause of the pervasive poverty across Africa. In this blog he argues that we have a duty to continue to explain that there is a relationship between poverty and politics. Framing these questions within a radical political economy analysis remains vital. With a focus on Nigeria the blog looks at the sort of political agenda that needs to be adopted to reverse the continents underdevelopment....