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Evangelical Publishing House
Alec Thorne

Religious book about the experience of one evangelical Christian during nine years in Equatorial Guinea, the first country on Africa's West Coast where evangelicals entered.

Allan Folsom
January 1, 2009

Equatorial Guinea is the setting of this book. When massive oil reserves are found of its coast by a Texas oil exploration company, the company quickly devises a plan to overthrow the government. However, the President of the United States, John Henry Henry, and a LAPD homicide detective, Nicholas Marten, foil their plan.

Donato Ndongo-Bidyogo and Michael Ugarte
January 1, 2007

Set during the last years of Spanish rule in Equatorial Guinea, Shadows of Your Black Memory presents the voice of a young African man reflecting on his childhood. Through the idealistic eyes of the nameless protagonist, Donato Ndongo portrays the cultural conflicts between Africa and Spain, ancestral worship competing with Catholicism, and tradition giving way to modernity. The backdrop of a nation moving toward a troubled independence parallels the young man’s internal struggle to define his own identity.

Michael Ugarte
January 1, 2010

This book attempts to differentiate between the different concepts of exile and emigration relating to Equatorial Guinea. This study, which is based on personal interviews and on the ground research, explores the concept of migrant populations.

A I Asiwaju; Bawuro M Barkindo; R E Mabale
January 1, 1995

A book that documents the proceedings of the workshop held November 21-28, 1992 to discuss the cooperation between Equatorial Guinea and Nigeria.

Marie-Soleil Frère
January 1, 2007

"This in-depth investigation of the role that local news media play in Central African conflicts combines theoretical analysis with case studies from nine African countries: Burundi, Cameroon, the Central African Republic, Chad, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, the Republic of Congo, and Rwanda.

Each case study presents a comprehensive discussion of media influences during the various conflicts that have spread in the region, as well as their impact on the peace process. Enriching the exploration, a chapter by Jean-Paul Marthoz (former director of information at Human Rights Watch) focuses on the ways in which the media in the global north cover crises on the African continent."

George Faerber
November 5, 2010

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