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Jonathan Haynes

Jonathan Haynes is Professor of English at the Brooklyn Campus of Long Island University in New York and, currently, a Guggenheim Fellow. Educated at McGill and Yale, he has taught at the American University in Cairo, Tufts, Bennington, and–as a Fulbright Senior Scholar–at the University of Nigeria-Nsukka, Ahmadu Bello University, and the University of Ibadan. He is the coauthor (with Onookome Okome) of Cinema and Social Change in West Africa and the editor of Nigerian Video Films. His articles on Nigerian and Ghanaian films have appeared in numerous edited volumes and journals, including Research in African Literatures, Africa, African Affairs, Africa Today, CinmAction, Film International, Postcolonial Text, Journal of African Cultural Studies, and Situations.

Keywords:  Nollywood, Nigerian video film, African cinema, African literature

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