John S. Saul
John S. Saul
A professor emeritus of political science at York University, Toronto, John Saul has had a long and distinguished career as writer, teacher and activist in both Canada and southern Africa. As part of his involvement and concern with national liberation movements in Africa, he has participated in many committees with leaders of these movements, and interacted with them on issues of strategies and policies.
He has authored and co-authored some 20 books on Africa and more general development issues, and is considered an authority on the region. Among his most famous books are essays on the Political Economy of Africa (with Giovanni Arrighi), Recolonization and Resistance: southern Africa in the 1990s, The Next Liberation Struggle: Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy in Southern Africa.
- Liberation LiteINR 200
John Saul's reflections on the struggle for liberation to which he devoted a lifetime of scholarship and activism ? the wise lessons he draws, and his resolute refusal to be pessimistic in spite of...
- Decolonization and EmpireINR 350
In this book John Saul examines the grim reality of post-liberation southern Africa and also the forms of resistance that the re-subordination of the continent now calls for. In the process he expo...
- Development After GlobalizationINR 200
John Saul’s long association with African countries have drawn Saul not only to write widely on African questions but also to reflect more generally upon the situation in the broad range of r...
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