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dc.date.accessioned2021-01-25T07:51:42Z
dc.date.available2021-01-25T07:51:42Z
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publisher.contactMatthieu Andreani*
publisher.nameIFRA-Nigeria*
publisher.emailmatthieu.andreani@openedition.org*
publisher.addressInstitute of African Studies, University of Ibadan Ibadan, Oyo State*
publisher.countryNigeria*
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publisher.oalicenseAll our Open Access books are free to read for everybody, without limitation. They can be shared with our embeddable reader, in any context, without limitation. And they can be shared for private use.*
publisher.peerreviewpolicyOur Institute follows the guidelines below regarding publications: IFRA copublishes books submitted by local academics. In that case, the reviewing process is carried out by the IFRA team in conjunction with the submitter. IFRA then teams up with local publishers for the publication of the manuscript. Several books have been published through this process in the past years. Various of these books have been made available online through OpenEdition services as the currently available IFRA OpenEdition collections include books on the themes of “African dynamics”, “transnational Africas”, and “Africas, languages, history and arts” published between 2011 and 2015. IFRA also works with Europe-based publishing companies. This notably concerns edited books and monographs produced by scholars involved in IFRA research programmes. IFRA usually conducts a first peer-reviewing process before handing over the manuscript to the publishers, which have their own peer-reviewing committees, publishing criteria and procedures. A great deal of books has been published in the past years with Karthala (France) and Leiden (Netherlands).*
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publisher.descriptionThe French Institute for Research in Africa (IFRA) of Nigeria was founded in 1990 and is currently hosted by the Institute of African Studies at the University of Ibadan. It was set up as not-for-profit Institute promoting research in the various fields of the social sciences and the humanities. The Institute has recently refocused its research programmes and interests around four core research axes: 1) Cities and Environment 2) Mobilisations and identities 3) Violence analysis 4) Religious dynamics and heritage Historically, IFRA has worked on a wide range of themes including African transitional politics, religious dynamics, Africa art and music…*


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