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Gallous Atabongwoung, PhD

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Gallous Atabongwoung (he/his) holds a PhD in Anthropology Development Studies at the University of Pretoria. He was born in Cameroon. Gallous Atabongwoung worked as a research assistant at the Thabo Mbeki African Leadership Institute (presently Thabo Mbeki African School of Public and International Affairs-TM-School). He also served as Project Coordinator of the institute’s Alumni Forum. His interest includes; African and European Cultural Relations (where he obtained a Master of Arts Degree, Development Studies (where he is currently pursuing a PhD on the Experience of Xenophobia among Francophone African Immigrant Entrepreneurs in Pretoria), Good Governance, Democracy and Human Rights in Africa, African Political Economy, Africa, and the Politics of International Trade.

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Memory and Political Time: African and European Cultural Encounters

Gallous Atabongwoung, PhD |

Culture encompasses symbols, language, beliefs, values, and artefacts found in human societies. The components of culture could be categorised under “ideas and symbols” on the one hand and “artefacts” (material objects) on the other hand. Artefacts in the form of “statues,” for example, possess a strong cultural language that can represent the identity of a […]

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