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Africa in the Eyes of a Memoirist (Volume One)

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This publication is made up of essays dealing with the experiences of the memoirist, Professor Emeritus A.B. Assensoh of Indiana University, USA, who is also a Courtesy Professor Emeritus of University of Oregon, also in the USA. It is a publication that has been enriched by the author’s wide-ranging experiences in this first volume, which is centered largely on African topical issues but, very briefly, on other geographic areas in Asia, Europe and North America, as they relate to issues being discussed by the memoirist. The second volume is expected to deal heavily with essays on the author’s experiences in the USA, as part of North America, which is also to be published by Pan-African University Press of Austin, Texas, USA. Readers cannot wait for such a timely second volume of “A Matter of Sharing”.

Affiliations: 1: (Founder and Lead Consultant), M & P Educational Consulting International Springfield, IllinoisUSA


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