Barack Obama and African Diasporas: Dialogues and Dissensions
An erudite collection of critical essays by one of the most respected scholars in African Studies today. An active blogger on The Zeleza Post, from which these essays are drawn, he provides a genuinely critical engagement with Africa's multiple worlds. The collection explores the meaning of the election of a member of the first African in the Diaspora to the presidency of the United States along with a range of essays that analyse the role of Africa and Africans and the interaction of the world with Africa.
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