Moustapha Diouf, Associate Professor
- Ph.D. University of Missouri-Columbia, 1989
- Curriculum Vitae
rural sociology, social change and development in the Third World, the political economy of Third World social formations
Phone: (802) 656-2141
Office Hours: by appointment
I specialize in Political Sociology, Social Change and Development, and Sociological theories. I previously worked for UNESCO's Social Science Research Department in Senegal.
Some of my recent publications include: "A New Dimension in the Legitimation Crisis in Senegal: Exacerbation of the Contradictions between State and Civil Society," in Rhukhsana A. Siddiqui (ed..), Challenges to Democracy and Development: Sub-Saharan Africa in the 1990s (Greenwood-Praeger, 1997); "Teaching the Conflicts: Race and Ethnic Relations," in Ball, Berkowitz, and Mzamane (eds.), Multicultural Education: A Transdisciplinary Approach; and "La Construction d'une Nouvelle Gauche en Debat," (w. Mar Fall) SUD Journal, November 1998. "L'Actualite du Socialisme" (w. Mar Fall) is forthcoming in SUD Journal; "Le Tournant Historique de l'Election de Barack Obama et les contours d'une Politique Communicative Post-moderne" in L'Afrique dans le Monde, April 2009.