CODESRIA Bulletin has historically been the front for engaging intellectual debates for the Council. First published in the mid-1970s, the Bulletin gained a reputation for its provocative, critically engaging and informative debates, making it one of the most priced assets of the Council. Following a recent review of the Council’s intellectual agenda and work, the Bulletin has been earmarked to remain and reposition itself as the space for rigorous intellectual engagement on critical Panafrican issues. The Bulletin will aim to re-establish its relevance and consolidate its leading position in stimulating discussion, exchanging information and facilitating cooperation amongst researchers working on and in Africa. The Council is working tirelessly to keep the Bulletin current over the next three months with thought-provoking debates and review essays. For a start, do not miss Mahmood Mamdani’s inciting review essay and Sabelo Ndlovu’s critical reflections on epistemic violence in CODESRIA Bulletin 1&2 2018. To download the latest issue of the Bulletin: http://www.codesria.org/spip.php?article2860&lang=en
After months of reflection, we are delighted to announce a rapid process of ensuring the Bulletin is current and carries some of the most provocative and engaging debates.