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LIBRARIES -RETAILERS -WHOLESALERS- PL REGISTER FIRSTYou can write your book and get published today. If you can order 250 copies of your title for your own distribution, guaranteed acceptance of your work. Mahmud Modibbo Tukur’s seminal work challenges fundamental assumptions and conclusions about European colonialism in Africa, especially British colonialism in northern Nigeria.
Author DetailsMahmud Modibbo Tukur (1944–1988) was a distinguished scholar and inspiring teacher of history. When Issa was sent as one of the several thousands to the peacekeeping mission in the Congo, Malika, his newly wedded wife, watched and waited in helpless horror, entangled in someone else’s war. The Peacekeeper's Wife deftly captures the human catastrophe of wars and migration in faraway lands through the excruciating loss and loneliness of estranged families, burdened by the separation from loved ones. Author DetailsKevin Eze was born in Nigeria where he began writing and learning the piano at the age of seven.
In 2010, billions of naira were spent to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Nigeria's independence since 1960. Sulaiman Adebowale, Kole Ade-Odutola, Toyin Adewale-Gabriel, Richard Ali, Ifi Amadiume, Afam Akeh, Tade Akin Aina, Peter Akinlabi, Funso Aiyejina, Ismail Bala, John Pepper Clark, Omohan Ebhodaghe, Amatoritsero Ede, Hope Eghagha, Ogaga Ifowodo, Zainabu Jallo, Adebayo Lamikanra, Akeem Lasisi, Okinba Launko, Chidi Anthony Opara, Uche Nduka, Obi Nwakanma, Cyril Obi, Olu Oguibe, Tolu Ogunlesi, Tanure Ojaide, Tope Omoniyi, Femi Oyebode, Jekwu Ozoemene, Remi Raji, E. Clifton Gachagua’s collection Madman at Kilifi, winner of the Sillerman First Book Prize for African Poets, concerns itself with the immediacy of cultures in flux, cybercommunication and the language of consumerism, polyglot politics and intrigue, sexual ambivalence and studied whimsy, and the mind of a sensitive, intelligent, and curious poet who stands in the midst of it all. Author DetailsClifton Gachagua is a screenwriter, filmmaker, and translator based in Nairobi. Kofi Awoonor, one of Ghana’s most accomplished poets, has for almost half a century committed himself to teaching, political engagement, and the literary arts. Author DetailsKofi Awoonor has been a diplomat, a professor of comparative literature at numerous universities, and recently retired from teaching full-time in the Department of English at the University of Ghana.
In the past decade, the emerging narratives about philanthropy in Africa are about an increasingly confident and knowledgeable assertion of African capacities to give not only to help but also to transform and seek to address the root causes of injustice, want, ignorance and disease. Giving to Help, Helping to Give deftly explores African philanthropic experiences, their varieties, challenges and opportunities.
It is a pioneering and ambitious effort in a field and community of practice that is new both in terms of scholarship and in professional practice. Author DetailsTade Akin Aina, currently the Program Director, Higher Education and Libraries in Africa for the Carnegie Corporation of New York, studied Sociology at the University of Lagos, Nigeria, and Sociology of Development at the London School of Economics, and holds a Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Sussex, UK.
Dimensions of Advertising Theory and Practice in Africa brings together cutting-edge research by leading African communication and media theorists to provide students of African advertising with a broad but detailed survey of the history and present state of the art in Africa.
For teachers and researchers, the book is a thought-provoking reminder of the variety of approaches to the study of marketing communication on a continent where advertising is often taken for granted.
The first collection of its kind, Dimensions of Advertising Theory and Practice marks an important moment in the study of marketing communication in Africa. Julius Abioye Adeyemo ? Ganiyu Olalekan Akashoro ? Sunday Adekunle Akinjogbin ? Mariska Bertram ? Olayinka Egbokhare ? Nnamdi Tobechukwu Ekeanyanwu ? Assay Benjamin Enahoro ? Sydney Friendly Kankuzi ? Olujimi Kayode ? Shaibu Husseini ? Beatrice Adeyinka Laninhun ? Jacinta Mwende Maweu ? Gilbert Motsaathebe ? Angelique van Niekerk ? Chinenye Nwabueze ? Nelson Okorie ? Rotimi Williams Olatunji ? Sibongile Sindane ? Seyi Soremekun ? Noeem Taiwo Thanny.
Author DetailsRotimi Williams Olatunji (PhD) is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Public Relations and Advertising, Lagos State University, Nigeria.
Beatrice Adeyinka Laninhun (PhD) is Senior Lecturer in Communication and Language Arts, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. One morning in the outskirts of Lagos, Nigeria, a lucky 13-year-old girl named Tina, who came from a modest family, is preparing to go to France to become part of Linda and Godwin Okpara's family.

Written in collaboration with acclaimed journalist, Cyril Guinet, Tina recounts how imprisonment, torture and abuse in a suburban house in the middle of gentrified Europe in the twenty-first century could not break her.
The poems of Shakespeare have great ability and moments of genius, but we need not labour to praise them, since we must rejoice that he went back to the theatre a€“ recognising perhaps that they were in some way inadequate for him. Noel Humphreys writes about the country, the people, Australian icons and Australian soldiers. He was head of the Department of History and Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria. As Issa guarded the UN base, barring rebels from raping children, and patrolling borders of a rich ruined territory, back home in Segol, Malika felt the weight of separation, descending to a gradual but forceful emotional abyss.
He studied Literature and Philosophy at the Jesuit Faculty in the DR Congo and Sociology at the University of Paris XII, France.
More naira are to be spent in 2014 to commemorate the centenary marking the nation's birth in 1914 from an amalgamation of diverse group of peoples, languages, cultures and expectations. The one constant that has guided and shaped his many occupations and roles in life has been poetry. This engaging volume serves as a fitting contribution to the inaugural cohort of books in the African Poetry Book Series. He is the author of several volumes of poetry, including Night of My Blood, Ride Me, Memory, The House by the Sea, and The Latin American and Caribbean Notebook.
The narratives are also about the questioning of the role and place of Africans in the world’s philanthropic traditions and what constitutes African specificities but also African differences and varieties. It is about documenting, investigating, describing, analysing and reflecting on philanthropy in Africa.
Many of the chapters boldly engage the burden of reflections, questions, ambivalences and ambiguities that one often finds in an emerging field, innovatively positing the outlines, concepts, frameworks and theories of scholarship and practice for a field critical to development on the continent. He served as Deputy Executive Secretary (publications) at CODESRIA, Dakar, Senegal from 1993 to 1998, and worked with the Ford Foundation in the Nairobi office from 1998 to 2008. He holds a doctorate in political science from the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa. His research interests are in economic and social issues in advertising, advertising and culture, consumerism, political communication, marketing communication and tourism marketing.
Laninhun's research interests are in the areas of advertising, television broadcasting and development communication and she has published extensively in these areas. Linda is a home maker and Godwin is a footballer at top French club Paris Saint-Germain and for the Super Eagles, Nigeria's national squad. Tina's gripping story of survival and escape is a moving testament to a remarkable woman, a true survivor.
Nonetheless, they saved his career at the one crucial time, and they record (though mainly in the Sonnets) an experience so formative that the plays echo it for the rest of his life.
His poems are heart-warming, nostalgic, emotional and comical, and will appeal to people of all ages. A leading activist and trade unionist who, as National President of the Academic Staff Union of the Universities in Nigeria, was at the forefront of struggles for academic freedom and improved infrastructure in the nation’s institutions of higher learning. Le dramaturge Abdou Anta Ka disait qu'il fallait s'inspirer des mythes pour écrire notre histoire d'aujourd'hui et de demain. Fatimata, her mother-in-law, pained by the absence of a son, accused her of being a witch and sent her to Bintou, the marabout. A student of Theology, his stories have appeared in the anthologies Writers Writing on Conflict and Wars in Africa (2011), Long Journeys (2013), the Commonwealth Non-fiction Anthology (2016) and in The Antigonish Review and Actu’elle.

Sule, Uzor Maxim Uzoatu, Sumaila Umaisha, Olajumoke Verissimo, Molara Wood, and Prince Abiathar Zadok. He is the author of a volume of poems, Farting Presidents & Other Poems (Kraft Books, 2001), contributor to six Forward Press anthologies, and to poetry reviews in Malaysia, Nigeria, Singapore, UK and the USA. The Promise of Hope is a beautifully edited collection of some of Awoonor’s most arresting work spanning almost fifty years. This ground-breaking book rightly tackles the varied modes, forms, vehicles and means in which philanthropy is expressed in multifaceted Africa. He has also served as Consultant for many agencies including UNDP, UNICEF, UN-HABITAT, United Nations University and The World Bank on a wide range of development issues such as urban poverty, higher education reform, governance, environment and development. He previously worked at the Africa Institute of South Africa, Tswaranang Legal Advocacy Centre and at the Institute for Democracy in South Africa. They have four children and Tina dreams of going with them to school and joining in their games and pranks, living the European dream. No other playwright known to us worked regularly for the public theatres both before and after their long shutdown because of the plague in 1592a€“4, after which new companies of actors had to be formed; to survive it was an achievement. British economic and social policies, such as delaying access to western education for the masses in most parts of northern Nigeria, did not bring about development but its antithesis of retrogression and stagnation during the period under study.
He fought tirelessly in upholding the rights of the people and instilling democratic values in the country’s larger polity.
Kofi Anyidoho, a poet and scholar, serves on editorial boards for several journals and has been a guest editor of Matatu, a journal of African culture and society that is published in Amsterdam.
He currently serves on the boards of Winrock International, Seeding Labs, the King Baudouin Foundation, and the Kenya Human Rights Commission among others. He has written and published extensively on governance, democratization and philanthropy in Africa. At this time a patron was essential for him, whereas afterwards (apart from one graceful kindness) he seems to avoid writing for patrons.
Tukur’s empirical study of official colonial records and sources constitutes a significant contribution to the literature on colonialism in Africa and to understanding the complexity of the Nigerian situation today. Shifting from despair to hope, lamentation to happiness, condemnation to adoration and every gamut of sensibilities imaginable, the contributors reiterate the notion of engagement and the power of the written word to push for social change in their beloved nation. His early life is obscure but two facts stand out like rocks: he dedicated to the Earl of Southampton (b. In fifty poems, Nigeria becomes the muse not just to raise questions about its past experiences and present contexts, but also to posit aspirations for a better nation. October 1573) both Venus and Adonis (1593) and The Rape of Lucrece (1594), sounding much more intimate on the second occasion. Our first record of Shakespeare as a member of the Lord Chamberlain's Company, in which he stayed for the rest of his working life a€“ indeed our first record of it performing at a London theatre a€“ is dated just after the Earl's coming of age. The Earl became liable to a heavy fine for rejecting a marriage arranged during his minority, so perhaps did not pay very much, but would help to get the company launched.

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