ACAS Bulletin 86 – The Sudans: Which Way?

South Sudan gained its independence on July 9, 2011. The new situation in the South and in the North requires close examination and rethinking of old categories. Six different perspectives on possible paths for the peoples of the Sudan are outlined, and placed in the context of complex, burning issues of citizenship, race, democracy, gender, international relations, and peace.

November, 2011

Table of Contents

Introduction | pdf
Horace Campbell and Peter Limb, Issue editors

Articles:

The Republic of South Sudan and the Meaning of Independence | pdf
Horace Campbell

Citizenship and Identity in Post-Secession Northern Sudan | pdf
Ahmad A. Sikainga

Gendering War and Peace in South Sudan: The Elision and Emergence of Women | pdf
Caroline Faria

Genealogies of Racial Relations:
The Independence of South Sudan, Citizenship & the Racial State in the Modern History of Sudan
| pdf
Elena Vezzadini

The State of South Sudan: The Change is about the New Sudan | pdf
Abdullahi Gallab

South Sudan Looks East: Between the CPA and Independence | pdf
Daniel Large

 

Photo of independence, South Sudan, July 2011.
Courtesy of Caroline Faria.

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