West Africa Review has just published issue 17, “Remembering Professor John Conteh-Morgan.” Subscription is needed to read West Africa Review. You can purchase a monthly, semi-annual, or yearly subscription to read West Africa Review, or you may pay a flat rate to access and read an article. The Table of Contents for the issue is below.

No 17  (2010)

This issue is dedicated to our late friend, colleague, and brother, Professor John Conteh-Morgan, one of the founding Editorial Board members of West Africa Review. Even though Professor John Conteh-Morgan passed away in March 2008, our dedication of this issue is an effort to keep his legacy alive, and to celebrate his immense intellectual achievements in the field. He was an Iroko of knowledge. A true pioneer and a champion of all things good. We will sorely miss him.

Editorial

Tribute to Late Dr. John Conteh-Morgan
Nkiru Nzegwu

This Issue 17 of West Africa Review (WAR) is dedicated to our late friend, colleague, and brother, Professor John-Conteh Morgan, a founding Editorial Board member of this journal. While it is important to mourn his departure, it is equally important to celebrate his life and wealth of accomplishment in a citadel of knowledge production, known for rarely remembering, or fully appreciating the labor and work ethics of migrants that the citadel’s ideology devalues. Today, is not a day of battle with the citadel. Rather, it is a day of celebration and appreciation of one who plied his trade in the pastures of knowledge, striving for global understanding through teaching, learning, and caring.

Historicizing Nigeria's Crisis of Existential Legitimacy
Moses Ochonu

In Pursuit of the "Golden Fleece": African Students and Higher Education in the United States, 1925-1959
Olanipekun Oladotun Laosebikan

Les Relations Entre le Temporel et le Spirituel au Nord-Cameroun: La Problématique de la Sécurité du Clergé Catholique, 1946 à 1994
Gabriel Deussom Noubissie

Relationship Between Temporal and Spiritual Power in Northern Cameroon: The Problem of Catholic Clergy’s Security, 1946 to 1994
Gabriel Deussom Noubissie

Memories of Exile and Negotiations of New Spaces in Segun Afolabi's A Life Elsewhere
Ayobami Kehinde

Book Review: Osagie, Iyunolu, ed. Theater in Sierra Leone: Five Popular Plays
Theresah P. Ennin


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