Sierra Leone at the End of the Twentieth Century Conteh-Morgan, E: Sierra Leone at the End of the Twentieth C
The Authors: Earl Conteh-Morgan is Professor of International Studies at the University of South Florida. He received his Ph.D. in Political Science from Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, In addition to many articles published in professional journals, he wrote Democratization in Africa: The Theory and Dynamics of Political Transitions; Japan and the United States: Global Dimensions of Economic Power (Peter Lang, 1992); American Foreign Aid and Global Power Projection; and coedited Peacekeeping in Africa: ECOMOG in Liberia. He was a 1995 Senior Research Fellow at the Norwegian Nobel Institute, Oslo, Norway. Mac Dixon-Fyle is Professor of History at DePauw University in Indiana. He received his Ph.D. in African History from the University of London. He has published various articles on the colonial experience of the plateau Tonga of Northern Rhodesia/Zambia, and on the immigrant Sierra Leoneans/Saro of the Niger Delta. He is the author of A Saro Community in the Niger Delta, 1912-1984: The Potts-Johnsons of Port Harcourt and Their Heirs.