: : Le Pr KAM YOGO Emmanuel, Maitre de Conférences à l'Université de Douala, nommé Professeur associé à la Faculté de droit de l'Université Laval au Canada : : L'Institut des Sciences Halieutiques (ISH) de l'Université de Douala à Yabassi honoré à travers l'un de ses étudiants, M. Herman NDJOKO, pour sa star-up "Energy for all-Co", spécialisée dans la production de l'énergie tant biologique que renouvelable

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  1. 2014a: ‘Magic body and cursed sex: Chinese sex workers as bitch-witches’ African Affairs, Oxoford University Press publication, pp; 203-226
  2. 2014b: ‘Overcoming socio- economic marginalization: Young west African hustlers  and the re-invention of the global capitalism’. In E. Obadare and Wendy Willems eds. Civic Agency in Africa: Arts of Resistance in the 21st Century, London: James Currey.
  3. 2013a. ‘Sexualities and nationalist ideologies in postcolonial Africa’ in Saskia Wieringa and Horacio, F. Sivori, eds. Sexualities and modernity in the global South. Zed books.
  4. 2013b. Orientalizing the African urban space: Chinese property development and the architecture of capital in the city of Douala, working paper, Department of Human Geography, University College London,
  5. 2012a. Magie et enrichissement illicite : Feymania au Cameroun (Magic and illicit enrichment), Paris : Karthala.
  6. 2012b. ‘Sagacity Spirit and Ghetto Ethic: Feymania and New African Entrepreneurship.’ In Fractures and reconnections: civic action and the redefinition of African political and economic spaces: studies in honour of Piet J.J Konings, Jon Abbink ed. Lit Verlag, Hamburg,
  7. 2012c. ‘Postcolonial histories of sexuality: the political invention of a libidinal African straight,’ in Africa/International African Institute, 82, vol.4, pp. 609-631.
  8. 2011. ‘’Naming the Evil: Sorcery and Democracy in contemporary Cameroon and South Africa’. In Luis Nicolau and Roger Sansi, eds. Sorcery in the Black Atlantic. The University of Chicago Press: 231-64.
  9. 2009a. ‘Shanghai beauties and African desires: Migration, trade and Chinese prostitution in Cameroon’ in The European Journal of Development Research, vol.21, 4, pp.606-21.
  10. 2009b. ‘Naming the Evil: Homosexuality, Power and Domination in Contemporary Cameroon.’ AISSR Working paper series, University of Amsterdam.
  11. 2009c. Asian bodies and African fantasies: Chinese prostitution and the transformation of the local economy of sex and pleasure in Cameroon. Working paper, International Development Centre, The Open University, UK.

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