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CALL FOR PAPERS

AERN was founded in 1992 by a group of US and African universities meeting on the campus of Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, Georgia. It is a non-profit making network dedicated solely to the dissemination of information on Africa. Since no part of the world can live in isolation, we try to link our resources to cover other parts of the world. To that end, the main projects of AERN include the The African Symposium, our on-line African Educational Research Journal and a variety of other activities to promote and support African-based scholars.

CALL FOR PAPERS

Articles may be submitted as email attachments to daadewuyi@vuu.edu. Please read submission guidelines.

  • Education and Development in Africa
  • Health care in Africa
  • Politics and Education in Africa
  • Transportation
  • Economic Development
  • Finance and Industry
  • Banking in Africa
  • NGOs
  • Higher Education
  • Modern Elections
  • The Military in African Politics
  • Democracy in Africa
  • Elites and Politics in Africa
  • Africa in the World Press
  • African Unity and African Development
  • African Cultural Practices
  • The Role of Women in African Development
  • Modern High School Organization in Africa
  • Professional Development for Teachers in Africa
  • African Scholars in the United States/Canada/United Kingdom/Germany/France
  • Soccer in Africa
  • African Countires
  • Africa and the World Cup
  • Economic Development in Africa
  • Trade in Africa
  • Rural Development Projects in Africa
  • Fishing in Africa
  • Agricultural Development in Africa
  • The Congo Crisis
  • Military Interventions in Africa
  • African Legal Systems
  • The Courts and Education in Africa
  • The Role University Students in Nation Building in Africa
  • University Housing Projects in Africa
  • The Mass Media in African Development
  • Educational Technology and Teaching and Learning in Africa
  • The Internet in Education in Africa
  • Oil Politics:The Scene in Africa
  • Human Rights and Government Policies in Africa
  • Women in Politics
  • Teaching With Technology in High Schools in Africa
  • Africa and Politics in the Middle East
  • The United Nations and Education in Africa
  • The United Nations and Health care in Africa
  • The World Health Organization and AIDS in Africa
  • The United States and Education in Africa
  • African Students in the United States: What Are They Learning?
  • Food Production in Africa: Trends & Problems
  • Women and Sports in Africa
  • National Security and Politics in Africa
  • African Traditional Religion and Personality
  • Corruption in Africa
  • Elections in Africa
  • Curriculum Issues in Education in Africa