Amadu Kaba, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Sociology
Department of Sociology Anthropology and Social Work
Dr. Kaba's published research focuses on topics on gender, demography, culture, race/ethnicity and education. Dr. Kaba's articles have been published or accepted for publication in the following scholarly journals: African Journal of Reproductive Health, African Renaissance, American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, Asian Journal of Latin American Studies, Chimera, the Delaware Review of Latin American Studies, Education Policy Analysis Archives, Journal of African American History, Journal of African American Studies, Journal of Black Studies, Journal of Pan African Studies, the Review of Black Political Economy, West Africa Review and the Western Journal of Black Studies.
- Ph.D., Seton Hall University, 2002
- M.P.A., Seton Hall University, 1998
- B.A., Seton Hall University, 1997
- "Demographics and Profile: The Most Cited Black Scholars in the Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities", Journal of Pan African Studies, 3(2), September 2009
- "Population Increase, Environment, Food Access and Development in Africa: The Role of the African Union", Journal of African Policy Studies, 12(23), 42- 68, April 2009
- "Kenya-US Relations: The Urgent Need to Manage Kenya's Migrant and HIV/AIDS Brian Drain", Journal of Pan African Studies, 1(6), 79- 86, April 2009
- "Africa's Development in the Era of Barack Obama: The Role of the African Union", Journal of Pan African Studies, 2(9), 101- 116, March 2009
- "African Americans and U.S. Politics: The Gradual Progress of Black Women in Political Representation", The Review of Black Political Economy, 36(1), 29- 50, February 2009
- "Life Expectancy, Death Rates, Geography and Black People: A Statistical World Overview", Journal of Black Studies, 39(3), 337- 347, February 2009
- "Sex Ratio at Birth and Racial Differences: Why Do Black Women Give Birth to More Females Than Non-Black Women?", African Journal of Reproductive Health, 12(3), 139- 150, December 2008