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Mjiba Frehiwot, University of Ghana
Mjiba Frehiwot (email@example.com) is a Research Fellow in the History and
Politics section at the Institute of African Studies at the University of Ghana.
Her primary research focuses on Pan-Africanism, African political thought social
movements in Global Africa and the African Diaspora. She is currently working on
a project titled, “Outside or Inside: The Contributions of the African Diaspora to
Ghanaian Cultural Life” where she focuses on the exchange of cultural features
based on the foundation of African identity. She is a co-primary investigator on the
Afro-Asian Futures Past project. Her specific research focuses on, “Gender and
Decoloniality in Modern African Thought and Societies
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Kwame Nkrumah and the Dawn of the Cold War (The West African National Secretariat, 1945-48) by Marika Sherwood. London: Pluto Press, 2019. 208pp.