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‘For 30 years, I kept running’

Harry Garuba wrote his first collection of poems in 1982. It’s taken him 35 years to do a second

The ghetto in the ivory tower

Centres for African studies are more imperative today than they have ever been, writes <b>Harry Garuba</b>.

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