Basile Ndjio

Faculty of Letters and Social Sciences, University of Douala (Cameroon), Senior Lecturer in Social and Political Anthropology
 

University of Yaounde, Cameroon:

-1992: Licence/ BA in Sociology and Philosophy (with Honours);

-1994: Maîtrise/ MA. in Sociology of Development. (with Honours)

-1996. DEA (Post-graduated Diploma) in Anthropology of development.

-2001. Doctorat de 3e Cycle (French doctorate) in Cultural anthropology (with Honors)

Amsterdam School for Social Science Research (ASSR), University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands:

-2006: PhD in Social and Cultural Anthropology (Cum Laude): with distinction.

Research interests
Chinese transnational sex labour migration in Central Africa; migration and the expectations of modernity among African youths; West African organized crime; autochthony and the politics of belonging in Africa; youth and marginalization in Africa; sexuality and nationalist ideologies; state repression of same-sex relations; new wealth and occult economies, Democratization process in Africa, etc.

 

 

Fellow member
University of Douala
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