Mwesa Isaiah Mapoma
Mwesa Isaiah Mapoma is one of Zambia's best-known living ethnomusicologists. He received his ethnomusicological training from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). His dissertation research ...
Hisham Ghassib
Hisham B. Ghassib is a Jordanian theoretical physicist and Marxist intellectual. He is professor of physics at the Princess Sumaya University for Technology (PSUT), where he was formerly Dean.Ghassib ...
Marta Verginella
Marta Verginella (born 20 June 1960) is an Italian historian from the Slovene minority in Italy in Trieste, notable as one of the most prominent contemporary Slovene historians. Together with Alenka P...
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Olga F. Linares
Olga Francesca Linares (born November 10, 1936, died December 2, 2014; formerly Olga Linares de Sapir) is a Panamanian–American academic anthropologist and archaeologist, and senior staff scientist (e...
Dawn Saunders
Dawn Saunders is a New Zealand theatre scholar and the founder and current CEO of the Shakespeare's Globe Centre New Zealand. She received the 2006 Sam Wanamaker Award for her foundation of this cent...
Tania Pleitez
Dr. Tania Pleitez is an author and lecturer on Latin American Literature, focusing on the study of literature and culture of the 20th Century, and on writings of Spanish American Women. Recently she h...
Sarsen Amanzholov
Sarsen Amanzholovich Amanzholov (Kazakh: Сәрсен Аманжолұлы Аманжолов; Russian: Сарсен Аманжолович Аманжолов; on December 27, 1903 – January 28, 1958), was a famous Turkologist, and one o...
Augustin Iyamuremye
Augustin Iyamuremye (born 15 March 1946) is a Rwandan politician and academic. Iyamuremye was foreign minister under former President Pasteur Bizimungu from 1999 until the government's resignation in ...
Salwa El-Deghali
Salwa Fawzi El-Deghali (Arabic: سلوى فوزي الدغٌيلًي‎) is a Libyan academic and a member of the National Transitional Council representing women and in charge of legal affairs. El-Deghali pos...
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Juan Carlos Botero
Juan Carlos Botero is a Colombian researcher, currently serving as Executive Director of the World Justice Project in Washington, DC and as co-author of its WJP Rule of Law Index.
At the World Jus...
Edward Wilmot Blyden
Edward Wilmot Blyden (3 August 1832 – 7 February 1912), the father of pan-Africanism; was an educator, writer, diplomat, and politician primarily in Liberia. Born in the West Indies, he joined th...
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Emilio J. M. de Carvalho
Emilio J. M. de Carvalho is a retired Angolan Bishop of the United Methodist Church, elected to that office in 1972.Emilio was born 3 August 1933 in Quiongua, Malanje, Angola. He studied at the Faculd...
Ilian Mihov
Ilian Mihov is a Bulgarian economist and the Dean and Novartis Chair of Management and Environment at INSEAD. His expertise is in macroeconomic questions, especially regarding monetary policy, fiscal ...
Kuan Hsin-chi
Kuan Hsin Chi (Chinese: 關信基) is chairman of the Department of Government and Public Administration at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). He retired in 2006 but continues to teach politica...
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