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AUTHOR, POLITICAL SOCIOLOGIST & NOVELIST-PLAYWRIGHT... A member of the experts committee in the 2005 African Union Peer Review Mission to Kenya led by Mrs. Graca Machel Mandela, and currently part of a McArthur Foundation-backed project at the African Diaspora Policy Center in Holland, Dr. P. Chudi Uwazurike is a political sociologist, international affairs scholar and communications specialist. Educated at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, he holds a Master s Degree from the University of Lagos and a PhD from Harvard University. He has been a past Senior Fellow at the City University of New York s Institute for Research on the African Diaspora in the Americas and the Caribbean, IRADAC. Dr. Uwazurike is also a novelist-playwright, columnist and editor, winner of over a dozen awards, prizes, and community honors, including the JFK Essay Contest Award, the 1st Prize Nigerian Independence Anniversary Essay Competition Prize, and the Alvan Ikoku Memorial Award (1992). He is also founder of the international magazine African Profiles USA & Globe. Described as one of Nigeria's most gifted writers and as An African scholar of varied dimensions , he is author of such works as Lions from Lincoln about the Zikist pan-Africanist Argonauts , and Yesterday Was Silent, a novel . His latest books are At the Crossroads and Beyond: Another Nigeria Is Possible and Fundamentals of National Development.Review:
In these eight lucid and well-researched chapters, Professor Uwazurike has taken a serious look at several dimensions of Pan-Africanism, especially in the problem of rigged world systems and late-comer economies... With his emphasis on Africa's abysmal disadvantage in light of the frenetic march...of technological innovations and the coming of the Type 1 society as the Space Age dawns, this is a truly innovative book. --A.B. Assensoh, author of Kwame Nkrumah: Six Years in Exile, 1966-
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Book Description Seaburn, 2008. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1592321453
Book Description Seaburn, 2008. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 181 pages. 8.60x5.80x0.60 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # 1592321453