rhissa-achaffert

Hamissou Rhissa Achaffert

Junior Fellow

Contact

Bayreuth International Graduate School of African Studies
University of Bayreuth

95440 Bayreuth

+49 (0) 15775502894 (phone)


Email: Hamissou.Achaffert@uni-bayreuth.de

Current Project

Thinking and doing development in Niger: the role of Islamic actors


Research Country/Countries:

Niger

Research Interests:

Religious Studies, Slavery, Poverty, ICT, Open Science, Cognitive Justice


Academic Vita

Since April 2020

Doctoral fellow at Bayreuth International Graduate School of African Studies (BIGSAS), Bayreuth, Germany

Since 2020

Research associate at Africa Multiple Cluster of Excellence, Bayreuth, Germany

2018-2019

Research assistant at LESLAN, Niger

2017-2018

Research assistant at ODI, Niger

2016-2017

Research assistant within a research program on Radicalisation and Violent Extremism, Agadez, Niger

2015-2017

Project research assistant at SOHA (Open Science in Haiti and Africa)

Conference Participation

23 October - 25 October 2019

 International colloquium "Science ouverte au Sud", UCAD, Senegal

Selected Online Articles/Publications

2019 Aller au hameau ou au village: Une posture essentielle pour décoloniser nos rapports aux savoirs. Published HERE, HERE and HERE.
2017 Le libre accès vu d’Afrique francophone subsaharienne. In collaboration with other authors. Published HERE.
2016 Celebrating and strategizing open access in Niger. Published HERE.
2016 Ma découverte du projet SOHA a transformé ma vision des rapports entre la science et la société! Published HERE.
2015 Le paradoxe d’une science dite «universelle». Published HERE.


Publications

Rhissa Achaffert, Hamissou (2018). Ma découverte du libre accès par la porte des classiques des sciences sociales. In: Les classiques des sociales: 25 ans de partage des savoirs dans la francophonie. Ricarson Dorcé; Émilie Tremblay (ed./eds.). Québec: éditions science et bien commun.


Rhissa Achaffert, Hamissou (2016). La science ouverte juste et le projet SOHA au Niger: quelles pratiques pour quels avantages?. In: Justice cognitive, libre accès et savoirs locaux, au service de la science ouverte juste. Florence Piron; Samuel Regulus; Marie Sophie Dibounje Madiba (ed./eds.). Québec: éditions science et bien commun.