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OKENVE, Enrique
Office Room Number: 
OAB
Degree/Qualification: 
B.A. U.A.M (Madrid), M.A., Ph.D (SOAS-Univ. of London)
Title: 
Lecturer
Extension Number: 
3200
Courses/Areas of Interest: 
Social and Cultural Change in 20th Century Central Africa

Dr. Enrique Okenve is a Lecturer in History and acting Head of Department for the 2018-2019 academic year. His recent research has focused on the social and cultural transformations that central African societies experienced as result of the European colonization. In particular, he has examined this process in relation to Equatorial Guinea. He is currently working on a book on identity and political conditions in Equatorial Guinea. Dr. Okenve teaches undergraduate courses on African history to 1800, nineteenth-century African history, and the history of racial segregation and apartheid in South Africa. He is a member of the Central Africa Studies Association and the African Studies Association.

 

 

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