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AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY / STUDIES
Dear African Arts Network,
I am searching for a cameroonian professor in African literature (anglophon) who did her PhD on the Mbari Clubs at the Sorbonne (1982), worked as a lecturer of French in Ibadan in the 1960s/70s and was professor in African Literature in Douala.
Her name is Jeanne N. Dingome.
Anyone knows where she is and has a contact?
I would be very grateful!
Iwalewahaus, Unversity of Bayreuth