Africa-Related Dissertations Database

The Africa-Related Dissertations Database is a resource that represents various areas of Africa-Related expertise developed by Howard University graduate students. It provides information about Africa-Related dissertations and theses completed at Howard University. The database is searchable by area of study, country, type or year. You can also search using any keyword or name in the "Search" field.

Most of the dissertations and theses below are available on ProQuest ( Most universities, including Howard University, have ProQuest subscriptions so that students, faculty and other personnel have complimentary access when logged into their university account.

Title Name Area of study Country Typesort descending Year
The Impact of African Immigration on Pan African Relations and Black Identity in the United States Msia Clark Immigration / Migration, Pan-Africanism United States Dissertation 2006
Wolof Market Women of Senegal: African Women in National Development La Bae Daniels Development, Gender Studies Senegal Thesis 2006
An Introduction to Malinke Historiography Nubia Kai Al-Nura Salaam History Dissertation 2005
Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices Influencing Risk for HIV/AIDS a Study of Men in Lilongwe Malawi Wongani Mhango Gender Studies, Health / Medicine, HIV/AIDS, Sociology Malawi Thesis 2005
The Role of Traditional Authority in Conflict Resolution within the ECOWAS Community the case of Ghana Muthoni Kamuyu Conflict Resolution, Culture, Governance, Sociology Ghana Thesis 2005
Network Density: Assessing the Prospects for Progress-Oriented Development in the Informal Economy and Regional Integration Grace Herrle Development, Economics Thesis 2005
The Distribution of Socio-Economic Resources and Political Power in Ethiopia, 1955-2000 Kassahun Woldemariam Economics, Political Science, Sociology Ethiopia Dissertation 2004
Traditional Processes of Peace-Making in War-Torn Societies: Situating the New Relevance of Paramount Chieftaincy in Engendering Sustainable Peace Among the Mende of Sierra Leone Hindowa Momoh Conflict Resolution Sierra Leone Dissertation 2004
Concepts of Medicine as Interpreted by Akan Healers and Indigenous Knowledge Archives Among the Bono-Takyiman of Ghana, West Africa: A Case Study Kwasi Konadu Health / Medicine Ghana Dissertation 2004
The Ndebele of South Africa and their Intellectual Property Rights Lucy Josey South Africa Dissertation 2004
HIV/AIDS, Visual Artistic Expression and Traditional Crafts in Southern Africa Erness Hill Fine Arts, HIV/AIDS Dissertation 2004
The State, Development, and the Role of Local Economic Systems in Southern Africa: A Comparative Study of Mozambique and Botswana Laudemiro Francisco Development, Economics, Governance, Political Science Botswana, Mozambique Dissertation 2004
Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs) and Liberian Society: 1970-2000 Puchu Bernard NGOs / International / Intergovernmental Organizations Liberia Dissertation 2004
In Search of the Holistic Development Paradigm in sub-Saharan Africa Crispin Hagen Development Dissertation 2004
Continuity and Change in The Role of the Twenty-First Century West African Griot Jane Bernoudy Culture, Music, Sociology Thesis 2004
Dimensions of Conflicts Under President Moi in Kenya Bente Brandt Conflict Resolution, Governance, Political Science Kenya Thesis 2004
Migration and Economic Development: The Case of the Mourid Brotherhood From Senegal to Washington , DC Metropolitan Area, 1990-2000 Radell Tankard Education, Immigration / Migration, Religion / Theology Senegal, United States Dissertation 2003
The Political Development of Nigeria in a Comparative Analysis: An Inquiry Into Why States Succeed or Fail in Nation Building. The Case Study with Selected Countries Emuaredhowo Ozomeyo Development, Governance, Political Science Nigeria Dissertation 2003
The Reconstitution of the East African Cooperation: A Strategy for Development Andrew D. Musila Development, International Relations, Political Science Dissertation 2003
Peace and Justice in Sierra Leone: The Lome Peace Process Revisited Abdul Lamin Conflict Resolution, Political Science Sierra Leone Dissertation 2003