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POLS 3810: Aid, Politics and Violence in Africa

Prof. Severine Autessere, Fall 2019

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""Welcome! This page highlights key resources for conducting effective research for Prof. Severine Autesserre's colloquium, Aid, Violence, and Politics in Africa.

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Image: ""A teacher at School for Life, a DFID supported programme that teaches out of school children intensively for a year in their native language, given them the chance to join primary school when they complete the course." by Henry Donati/DFID, via Wikimedia Commons

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