Minorities and the State in Africa
by Michael U. Mbanaso and Chima J. Korieh
About Michael Mbanaso
Michael U. Mbanaso is an associate professor and Director of the E. Franklin Frazier Center for Social Work Research at Howard University. He holds a PhD from Portland State University, an MA from Stephen F. Austin State University, and a BA from the University of Southwestern Louisiana. Dr. Mbanaso’s areas of research interests include, globalization and migration, aging, health research; poverty and social policy, human rights and migration, and socio-economic development in the developing world. He has recently published in the Journal of Gerontological Social Work.
About Chima J. Korieh
Chima J. Korieh is an associate professor of history at Marquette University. He holds a PhD from University of Toronto, an MA from University of Helsinki, an MPhil from University of Bergen and a BA from University of Nigeria. Dr. Korieh’s previous publications include The Land Has Changed: History, Society and Gender in Colonial Eastern Nigeria . He has published in several journals such as History in Africa, Dialectical Anthropology, Canadian Journal of African Studies and African Economic History. Dr. Korieh was a British Academy Fellow at Oxford University in 2008.