April 2017 Issue of the ‘African Geographical Review’ Now Available
The AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 36, Issue 1 (April 2017) of the African Geographical Review is now available. The full table of contents for this issue is below and can also be accessed here.
The African Geographical Review is the journal of the Africa Specialty Group of the American Association of Geographers. It provides a medium for the publication of geographical material relating to Africa, seeks to enhance the standing of African regional geography, and to promote a better representation of African scholarship. Articles cover all sub-fields of geography, and can be theoretical, empirical or applied in nature.
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Table of Contents
|From the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Africa in the post-2015 development Agenda. A geographical perspective by Cristina D’Alessandro and Leo C. Zulu
Advancing African agency in the new 2030 transformative development agenda by Hany Besada, Jiajun Xu, Annalise Mathers, and Richard Carey
From global goals to regional strategies: towards an African approach to SDGs by Giovanni Valensisi and Stephen Karingi
|Reproducing spaces of embeddedness through Islamic NGOs in Sub-Saharan Africa: reflections on the post-2015 development agenda by M. Evren Tok and Ben O’Bright
Engaging with and measuring informality in the proposed Urban Sustainable Development Goal by Helen Arfvidsson, David Simon, Michael Oloko, and Nishendra Moodley