Pap Ndiaye

Associate Professor of History, School for Advanced Studies in Social Sciences

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Associate Professor of History at the School for Advanced Studies in Social Sciences in Paris, and author of The Black Condition (in French); son of a Senegalese father and French mother

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"We are dreaming, we Europeans, of Obamaland"—a place of sunshine and music, conciliation and concord.  That's an abbreviated quotation from an  editorial  this week in the Independent…

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