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Sarah Edmonds

October 1st, 2014

Professor Catherine Boone interview: Land rights and conflict in Africa

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

Sarah Edmonds

October 1st, 2014

Professor Catherine Boone interview: Land rights and conflict in Africa

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

Professor Catherine Boone
Professor Catherine Boone

Catherine Boone, Professor of Comparative Politics and African Political Economy, was interviewed by The Washington Post about her latest book, Property and Political Order in Africa: Land Rights and the Structure of Politics.

Read the full interview here.

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