Centre Madeleine Professor Named One of 50 Most Influential Africans

Boniface Mongo-Mboussa magnifie l'homogénéité de la littérature congolaise.
Boniface Mongo, one of our esteemed professors at the Centre Madeleine in Paris, was recently included in jeuneafrique.com’s list of the 50 most influential Africans, those who are “authorities in their fields, even on a global scale.”
Boniface has been teaching at the Centre Madeleine for many years as part of the consortium program offered by Middlebury, Hamilton, and Smith Colleges.  Every year, Boniface teaches a first-semester class on the historical and political issues of “Françafrique,” with the goal of exposing students to the major themes, debates, and figures which have impacted the relationship between France and its former African colonies.
The original jeuneafrique.com article can be read in French here: http://www.jeuneafrique.com/Article/JA2781p035.xml12/

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