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Research On The Anglophone Protest In Cameroon, Julius A. Amin Jul 2019

Research On The Anglophone Protest In Cameroon, Julius A. Amin

Julius A. Amin

Between January 2018 and April 2019, we administered questionnaires to Cameroonians in the Anglophone and Francophone regions to understand their views and impact of the ongoing Anglophone Crisis/Protest. We have done little editing, hoping to let the words of the respondents speak for themselves. We promised respondents that their identity will not be disclosed, and we have done everything possible to ensure that the identity of the respondent is protected. We collected nearly 200 responses, all completed in various degrees of depth. We thank our research assistants and translators for working on this project.


Ptolemaic Elephants In Iii Maccabees And The Social Stratification Of The Kingdom Of Kush, Leslie Sam May 2019

Ptolemaic Elephants In Iii Maccabees And The Social Stratification Of The Kingdom Of Kush, Leslie Sam

Leslie Sam

Trade helped to catapult early societies from hunter gatherers – living in small communities of friends and family – to living in sprawling urban environments of ideas and exchange. Socialization and the exchange of ideas – and war—molded our modern times into what it is now. Ancient Nubia found itself in a conundrum that would test their resolve. Ptolemaic-ran Egypt was at their border, forcing themselves in as conquerors, unapologetic towards the millennia old culture that contributed much to their society. With a truce made between the Greeks and Meroe, trade was inevitably was enacted between the two power houses, helping to ...