Associated Junior Fellows

Associated Junior Fellows come into BIGSAS at the suggestion of a Senior Fellow. They are associated in order to be intergrated into the BIGSAS structure and to participate in Workgroups, workshops, lectures or colloquia, and to exchange thoughts and information about research projects with BIGSAS members. They do not receive any kind of funding.

The following table shows the current and past Associated Junior Fellows of BIGSAS:

Current:

Name

Associated during/since

Supervisor

Research Project

Jane AYEKO-KÜMMETH

since March 2013

Prof. Dr. Kocra Assoua

The local government system and practices in Uganda: Assessing Actor and Institutional interaction in the context of multiparty Politics in Uganda.  

Frederick Maiso BOSIRE

since February 2013

Prof. Dr. Said Khamis

Swahili Literature and Development: The role of typecast images 

Roberto GAUDIOSO

since March 2015

Dr. Clarissa Vierke

The written voice: a new aesthetics of Swahili literature. The poetics of Euphrase Kezilahabi

Frank K. HUKPORTI

since September 2012

Dr. Ulf Vierke

Military Band, A Perspective of Ghana 

Jonás Anasc NASCIMENTO

since April 2017

Prof. Dr. Ute Fendler

"Africa, who knows?" Diaspora, exile, multiculturalism and power relations in African cinema

Daines Nicodem SANGA

since February 2013

Prof. Dr. Said Khamis

Globalization and Development of Traditional Dances in Tanzania: A case Study of Youth Participation in Tanzania 

Susanne SCHULTZ

since June 2014

Prof. Dr. Georg Klute

Involuntary return and migration dynamics in West Africa - critical dimensions of EU-Africa policies within the nexus of migration and development

Rosanna TRAMUTOLI

since November 2015

Prof. Dr. Clarissa Vierke

The codification of emotions in Swahili: a cognitive linguistic analysis with a consideration of the sociocultural context

Past:

Name

Associated during/since

Supervisor

Research Project

Isabelle ANANI

October 2011

-

March 2013

Prof. Dr. Ulrike Wanitzek

Droit du divorce et libertés individuelles en Afrique de l'ouest francophone: cas du Benin, du Burkina Faso, de la Cote d'Ivoire et du Togo.

Paulo Jeferson

ARAÚJO

May 2011

March 2012

Dr. Manfred von Roncador

Conceptual domains of predicative possession in Bantu languages of groups H, K and R

Perinne BONVALET

March 2013 – June 2014

Prof. Dr. Dieter Neubert

Public policy and the fight against AIDS in Benin: the case of access to treatment

Serawit Bekele DEBELE

February 2012 - September 2012

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Berner

Contested Secularism: Religious Groups and the State in Contemporary Ethiopia

Anna DEUTSCHMANN

November 2011 – March 2013

Prof. Dr. Dieter Neubert

"Oser lutter c'est oser vaincre, la lutte continue!" Eine Untersuchung zum Einfluss sozialer Bewegungen auf gesellschaftlichen Wandel am Beispiel der Association des Elèves et Etudiants du Mali  

Juliana MACEK

October 2010

March 2011

Prof. Dr. Gabriele Sommer

Case Study of Lugha ya mitaani - urban language of Tanzania - from the perspective of an evolutionary model of linguistic change

Yannick NDONG

NDONG

May – June 2011

Prof. Dr. Ute Fendler

Les écritures africaines de soi (1950-2010): du postcolonial au postracial?

Idris RIAHI

March 2012 – March 2013

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Berner

The Survival of Witchcraft - Evaluating the Conceptual History of a "European" Term Occupying "African" Phenomena 

Afonso TECA

October 2011 – March 2013

Dr. Manfred von Roncador

Etude de la voix verbale en Kizombo (H10) dans une perspective traductologique