Voices of African Immigrants in Kentucky: Migration, Identity, and Transnationality
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About the Author
Francis Musoni, born and raised in Zimbabwe, is associate professor of history at the University of Kentucky. He is the author of Border Jumping and Migration Control in Southern Africa (forthcoming).
Iddah Otieno, born and raised in Kenya, is professor of English and African studies at Bluegrass Community and Technical College where she also directs the Kenya Exchange Program. She is the author of Kenyan Public Universities in the Age of Internationalization: Challenges and Prospects.
Angene Wilson is professor emerita of education at the University of Kentucky where she chaired the secondary social studies program for twenty-nine years. She is the author of The Meaning of International Experience for Schools, Africa on My Mind: Educating Americans for Fifty Years, Living Peace Corps' Third Goal, and coauthor of Voices from the Peace Corps: Fifty Years of Kentucky Volunteers.
Jack Wilson spent more than thirty-five years in public service, first with the US Peace Corps in Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Fiji, and then in Kentucky's Natural Resources and Environmental Cabinet. He is coauthor of Voices from the Peace Corps: Fifty Years of Kentucky Volunteers.