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  • From linguistic imperialism to language domination : "linguicism" and
           ethno-linguistic politics in Somalia
    • Authors: Mohamed A. Eno; Mohamed A. Eno, Abderrazak Dammak, Omar A. Eno Abderrazak Dammak
      Abstract: As was the case with many newly independent African nations, Somalia was beset by a language problem whose complexity had begun well before independence and the unification of British Somaliland and Italian Somaliland in 1960. With three languages (English, Arabic, and Italian) used as media of communication in government offices and in schools, various Somali administrations struggled to contain the impasse but found no tangible solution. Barely three years after Mohamed Siad Barre seized power in October 1969, he had his military regime introduce the Somali orthography in the Latin alphabet. Based on this milestone, Siad Barre's military rule is highly commended for taking a remarkable step forward in what came to be known as the Somalization project. However, officials of the government and Somali scholarship failed to examine the social impact of the Somalization project on sections of the multi-ethnic and multilingual entities in the country, in addition to overlooking the possible alternative interpretations that could be drawn from the factors underlying the project. Hence, in this essay, we bring into focus some of the factors related to the adoption and implementation of the national language, particularly in two aspects: (a) the selection of Af Maxaa (Mahaa language) over other vernacular tongues (b) the central/northern variant of Maxaa that was standardized as the national language. In more specific terms, we dwell on how ethnic politics and hegemony were not only longstanding problems in Somalia's language issue but also significant actors in the military regime's language decision and how despite the pride that underpinned nationalizing the language of the supposedly homogeneous monolingual nation, aspects of linguicism and cultural prejudice remain visible in Somali studies and scholarship, a likely reason that scholars have been too shy to examine the considerable pitfalls of the process throughout sections of the society.
      PubDate: 2016-06-01T00:00:00Z
       
  • The Indian chapter in the global Somali diasporic narratives
    • Authors: Geetha Ganga
      Abstract: It is common knowledge that huge Somali populations are scattered throughout the entire world and that there are more Somalis living outside of Somalia since the outbreak of the civil war in 1991, and the ensuing clan violence that subsequently led to the so-called 'state collapse.' It is estimated that millions of Somalis were forcibly displaced within Somalia, Africa, and to literally every other part of the world. But what is most heartening is how the Somalis have and are still struggling to establish themselves in host societies and coping with alien cultures in the diaspora, whether as immigrants, new citizens, or asylum seekers. Despite the fact that the process of (re)integration has been rather uneven and challenging, quite a few Somalis have been doing remarkably well in white-collar jobs, as entrepreneurs and/or as educated people, according to Ahmed Samatar and Lidwien Kapteijns (2008:v-vi). Among the displaced Somali diaspora, the situation of the refugees in the complex of camps in Kenya, known as Dadaab camps, and which is the largest and most protracted refugee situation in the world, has been the most distressing.
      PubDate: 2016-06-01T00:00:00Z
       
  • Towards an academic praxis of integrity
    • Authors: Rima Berns-McGown
      Abstract: #CadaanStudies, the academy-changing movement that began life as a Twitter hashtag, is a critique of how knowledge production about Somalis and Somalia has been dominated by white European-descended scholars who write from fundamentally neo-colonial perspectives and who often appear to be writing for each other, perpetuating problematic stereotypes about Somalis and Somalia that result, in turn, in disastrous and harmful domestic and international public policy.
      PubDate: 2016-06-01T00:00:00Z
       
  • Inaugurating Caddaan Studies
    • Authors: Mohamed A. Eno
      Abstract: Inaugurating Caddaan Studies
      PubDate: 2016-06-01T00:00:00Z
       
  • Suturing Somali wounds
    • Authors: Ali Jimale Ahmed
      Abstract: I first heard of Abdi Latif Ega's debut novel Guban from Mahmood Mamdani, when, at the conclusion of an event where I was the discussant of Professor Mamdani's new book Define and Rule, he asked me out of the blue: "Have you read Gubaan?" Unsure of what he was saying, I replied, What? "Gubaan," he said, with a stress on the consonant "b" followed by a long "a" vowel. Sensing my perplexity, he wrote it down on a piece of paper: Guban. Oh, I said. What is it about? "It's a novel by Abdi Latif Ega. Have you read it?" He repeated the question. No, I said, to which Mamdani simply retorted: "Shame on you." From the tone of his retort, I knew he had given me an assignment, a challenge. "I'll read it," I said, without even asking who Ega was or what the novel was about.
      PubDate: 2016-06-01T00:00:00Z
       
  • The revival of higher education in Somalia : prospects and challenges
    • Authors: Mohamed A. Eno; Mohamed A. Eno, Omar A. Eno, Monica N.W. Mweseli Omar A. Eno
      Abstract: Compared to the few public higher education institutions in the prewar era, postwar Somalia boasts a large number of academic institutions at the tertiary level, mainly as privately owned universities. Although these community-initiated academic establishments are making tremendous contributions to the higher education sector, particularly in the absence of an effective national government, one can argue that much still remains at stake in terms of evaluation and quality assurance, key elements necessary for institutional accreditation and acceptance of credentials by other educational establishments issuing the same level of certificates. In this essay we aim to provide an overview discussion of the trends of higher education in Somalia and the way forward for newly emerged institutions, which have taken the bold initiative of changing the landscape of Somalia's higher education.
      PubDate: 2015-01-01T00:00:00Z
       
  • Population estimates of Somali Bantu with East African slave ancestry
    • Authors: Daniel J. Van Lehman; Risa S. Proehl
      Abstract: In the absence of an enumeration or administrative records that provide a count of the number of persons in a country or geographic area, estimating is necessary to get an indication of a population size at a given time. Some common uses of population counts are for government representation, planning for population needs, and the distribution of government funds to meet demands of communities, providing services such as health and social programs, public administration and infrastructure. Additionally, estimating sub-groups of a population can help ensure distribution of resources and that government representation is equitable and planning is appropriate. Population sub-groups can be identified as being located in particular geographic areas, or by sharing specific characteristics, such as age, gender, or ethnicity.
      PubDate: 2015-01-01T00:00:00Z
       
  • Politics as a profitable business : patronage, patrimony, predatation, and
           primordial power in contemporary Somalia
    • Authors: Mohamed Haji Ingiriis
      Abstract: This article offers new insights into the nature of politics as it is played out in contemporary Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia. It both examines and offers solutions to the multilayered, multifaceted, and multidimensional factors hindering Somalia in its attempt to properly reconstitute itself as a viable State. Based on five-month's research fieldwork in Somalia (May-September 2015), the article argues that the political crisis and the solution could only be located within the unique political culture of contemporary political actors. To fathom the conundrum, one must delve deeper to trace the underlying sociocultural and political dynamics that sustain the players on the political field. By proposing a new understanding of politics as a profitable business, the article explains the structures and systems in which political players tend to play in everyday politics, which is not well-understood. Drawing from participant observations in Somali politics and building on the classic text Africa Works by Chabal and Daloz (1999), the insights offered aim to inspire the international community to rethink efforts and initiatives toward contemporary Somalia.
      PubDate: 2015-01-01T00:00:00Z
       
  • The end of transition in Somalia and the role of the technical selection
           experience
    • Authors: Abdulahi A. Osman
      Abstract: In 2012, Somalia went through yet another state-building exercise when a new 275-member federal parliament elected Hassan Shekh Mohamud as president on September 16, 2012. This process was different from earlier ones in two important aspects: 1) it was the first time an entire government had been created inside Somalia since the 1960s, and 2) it ended the transitional governments that had existed since the beginning of the conflict in 1991. In order to make the process transparent, the UN and Somali politicians created a Technical Selection Committee (TSC) tasked with the responsibility of vetting the nominees to the parliament. The committee was given a very short period of time to complete its task with not much facilitation, funding, or direction. Despite these obstacles, the TSC completed the building of the current parliament on time. The purpose of this article is to examine the role and the difficulties that the Somali Technical Selection Committee (TSC) in overseeing and monitoring the 2012 Somali presidential election, and the international community's failure to provide adequate support, both financially and by failing to contribute expertise that could have established strong institutions capable of bringing stability and legitimacy to the nascent state.
      PubDate: 2015-01-01T00:00:00Z
       
  • A critical analysis of selected poems from Mohamed A. Eno's Guilt of
           Otherness: Poems
    • Authors: Monica N.W. Mweseli
      Abstract: With four solid poetry collections to his name, Mohamed A. Eno has added nuanced contours to the poetic tradition in East Africa. Eno is a poet whose take on life compels the reader to reassess his or her surroundings. His first poetry collection, Corpses on the Menu: Blood, Bullets and Bones (2012), and the third and fourth respectively titled Vertical Articulation (Partridge Africa, 2015) and Wizard of the Two Niles (Trafford Publishing, 2015) are wonderful pieces, but it is his second collection, Guilt of Otherness: Poems, that is the subject of this essay.
      PubDate: 2015-01-01T00:00:00Z
       
 
 
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