Ep26. A conversation with Dr. Chipo Dendere on the politics of exit in Zimbabwe and beyond

Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe with First Lady Grace Mugabe, photographed in 2013 in Harare. (DandjkRoberts/Wikimedia Commons)

In this week’s episode, we speak with Dr. Chipo Dendere (@drDendere), a Consortium for Faculty Diversity Fellow & Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science at Amherst College. Her research is on the survival of liberation parties and democratization in Africa. We talk about her work on the politics of emigration out of Zimbabwe as well as protest movements, social media, and the role of money in politics. Our conversation begins at 3:55.

 

Our featured song this week is “Sweet Lover” by Audius of Blind Faith Entertainment. You can find his music online at www.audiusonline.com. “Sweet Lover” begins at 26:22.

 

 


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