Kresge Library

Elections and Civil Conflict in Kenya

The Department of Political Science, the Program on International Relations,
and the Center for International Programs invite you to join us for a discussion by Vincent Khapoya, Political Science on Elections and Civil Conflict in Kenya.

Wednesday, January 23, 2008 from 2:30-4:00 pm in Lake Michigan Room in
the Oakland Center. This event is free and open to the public.



A Kenyan anti-riot policeman walks in front of a
burning barricade set up by protesting opposition
supporters who ran riot in Kibera, a slum which is
an opposition stronghold in Nairobi, Kenya, 31
December 2007.

Professor Khapoya—a native of Kenya—is professor of Political Science and also teaches African studies at
Oakland University.


Kenya's third largest city, Kisumu remains
deserted with a billboard poster of Orange
Democratic Movement leader Raila Odinga,
Kenya 31 December 2007.

A Campus Colloquium . Presented by the Center for International Programs . Chaired by Peter Bertocci, Director


Full-Text Articles related to Elections and Civil Conflict in Kenya*:
  • Posner, D.N. Regime Change and Ethnic Cleavages in Africa. Comparative Political Studies, vole 40 no 11 1302-1327 (2007)
  • Udogu, E.I. The issue of ethnicity and democratization in Africa: toward the millennium.Journal of Black Studies, vol. 29, no. 6, pp. 790-808 (1999)
Books at Kresge Library related to Elections and Civil Conflict in Kenya:
  • Diamond, L. and Plattner, M.F. Democratization in Africa
  • Moran, D. Wars of national liberation
  • Crotty, W. ed. Democratic development& political terrorism: the global perspective

*Access to full text resources from off campus is limited to current Oakland students, staff, and faculty.


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