DONATO NDONGO: “LOS INTELECTUALES AFRICANOS ANTE EL FENÓMENO DE LAS DICTADURAS”
April 28th 2pm-4pm, Barker Center, 12 Quincy St, Cambridge, MA 02138, Room 133.
Exiled in Spain, the renowned Equatoguinean writer, journalist and essayist is one of the most prominent voices of post-colonial Afro-Hispanic Literature from Equatorial Guinea. Profoundly committed to his country and explorations of the African identity, his work confronts the effects of colonialism as well as his ambivalent post-colonial condition as an African-European intellectual.
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