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The Review has a largely UK-based editorial working group supported by an international advisory group and by contributing editors from Africa, Europe and the Americas.

The International Advisory Board consists of Sarah Bracking, Bonnie Campbell, Fantu Cheru, Jean Copans, Shubi Ishemo, John Markakis, Giles Mohan, Adebayo Olukoshi, Sara Pantuliano, John Saul, Issa Shivji, Morris Szeftel, and Gavin Williams.

We remember the following comrades who were closely involved with the journal: Chris Allen, Samir Amin, A M Babu, Carolyn Baylies, Björn Beckman, Lionel Cliffe, Basil Davidson, Ruth First, Bill Freund, John Loxley, Jitendra Mohan, Raufu Mustapha, Sam Moyo and Stephen Riley.

Editorial Working Group

  • Remi Adekoya – University of Sheffield
  • Hakim Adi – University of Chichester
  • Alex Beresford – University of Leeds
  • Janet Bujra – University of Bradford
  • Ray Bush – University of Leeds
  • Farai Chipato, Reviews Editor – University of Ottawa, Canada
  • Reginald Cline-Cole, Editor – University of Birmingham
  • Hannah Cross, Chair of EWG – University of Westminster
  • Peter Dwyer – University of Warwick
  • Bettina Engels, Editor – Freie Universität Berlin
  • Alastair Fraser – SOAS London
  • Yao Graham, Africa Editor – Third World Network, Accra, Ghana
  • Elisa Greco, Editor – Lille Catholic University
  • Graham Harrison – Durham University
  • Akin Iwilade – University of Edinburgh
  • Mebratu Kelecha – University of Westminster
  • Peter Lawrence, Editor – Keele University
  • Gabrielle Lynch, Deputy-chair of EWG – University of Warwick
  • Chanda Mfula (affiliate) – University of Sussex
  • Laura Mann – London School of Economics and Political Science
  • Nelson Oppong – University of Edinburgh
  • Clare Smedley, Production Editor
  • Colin Stoneman Hon. Treasurer
  • Jörg Wiegratz, Debates and Briefings Editor – University of Leeds
  • Tunde Zack-Williams, Editor – University of Central Lancashire
  • Leo Zeilig, Website Editor

Contributing Editors

  • Femi Aborisade – Center for Labour Studies, Nigeria
  • Rita Abrahamsen – University of Ottawa, Canada
  • Jimi Adesina – University of South Africa
  • B Adebola Aiyelabola Jr – Public Services International, France
  • Sylvester Akhaine – Centre for Constitutionalism and Demilitarisation, Nigeria
  • Kate Alexander – University of Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Patrick Bond – University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
  • Gavin Capps – Kingston University, UK
  • Carlos Nuno Castel-Branco – Eduardo Mondlane University, Mozambique
  • Chambi Chachage – Independent Researcher/Analyst, Tanzania
  • Branwen Gruffydd Jones – Cardiff University, UK
  • Miles Larmer – University of Oxford, UK
  • Giuliano Martiniello – American University of Beirut, Lebanon
  • Marjorie Mbilinyi – Independent researcher, Tanzania
  • Kate Meagher – London School of Economics, UK
  • Claire Mercer – London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
  • Philani Moyo – University of Fort Hare, South Africa
  • Lungisile Ntsebeza – University of Cape Town, South Africa
  • Ebenezer Obadare – University of Kansas, USA
  • Cyril Obi – Social Science Research Council, USA
  • Jesse Salah Ovadia – University of Windsor, Canada
  • Trevor Parfitt – University of Nottingham, Malaysia
  • Stefano Ponte – Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
  • Mike Powell – Director, UKME programme, UK
  • Matteo Rizzo – SOAS London
  • Reem Saad – American University in Cairo, Egypt
  • Lloyd Sachikonye – University of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe
  • David Simon – Mistra Urban Futures, Sweden; Department of Geography, Royal Holloway
  • Usman Tar – National Defence Academy, Nigeria
  • Theodore Trefon – Royal Museum of Central Africa, Belgium
  • Lee Wengraf – Independent researcher, USA