Volume 4, Number 1, May 2011
Absalom Mutere, 1955-2010: In memoriam.
Alfred E. Opubor
The rhetorical foundations of Pan-Africanism.
Language, mobility, African writers and Pan-Africanism.
Francis B. Nyamnjoh & Katleho Shoro
The oral-aesthetics of Michael Jackson: A model of Pan- African communication.
Nollywood and post-colonial Pan-Africanism: Deciphering the trans-nationality of African cultures in the Nigerian popular film industry.
Innocent Ebere Uwah
Non-verbal forms of communication in Akan society.
Kofi Asare Opuku
Communication and the Pan-African dimension to community.
Molefi Kete Asante
Pan-Africanism… or globalizing capitalist modernity? The dilemma of African media in the 21st century
Journalism education, Pan-Africanism, and the quest for Africa’s modernity.
Pan-Africanism and the effects of information and communication technologies.
Ndirangu D. Wachanga & Ali A. Mazrui