Deng, Francis Mading
DENG, Francis Mading
DENG, Francis Mading. Sudanese, b. 1938. Genres: Area studies, History. Career: Sudanese Ambassador to Scandinavia, 1972-74; Sudanese Ambassador to the United States, 1974-76; Minister of State for Foreign Affairs (Sudan) Khartoum, Sudan, 1976-80; Sudanese Ambassador to Canada (Minister of State), 1980-83; The Brookings Institution, Washington, DC, senior fellow, 1988-. Yale Law School, visiting lecturer; representative of the United Nations Secretary-General on Internally Displaced Persons, 1992-. Publications: Tradition and Modernization: a Challenge for Law among the Dinka of the Sudan, 1971; The Dinka of the Sudan, 1972; The Dinka and Their Songs, 1973; Dynamics of Identification: A Basis for National Integration in the Sudan, 1973; Dinka Folktales: African Stories from the Sudan, 1974; Africans of Two Worlds: The Dinka in Afro-Arab Sudan, 1978; Dinka Cosmology, 1980; Security Problems: An African Predicament, 1981; Recollections of Babo Nimir, 1982; Seed of Redemption: A Political Novel, 1986; The Man Called Deng Majok: A Biography of Power, Polygyny, and Change, 1986; Cry of the Owl (novel), 1989; (with M.W. Daly) Bonds of Silk: The Human Factor in the British Administration of the Sudan, 1990; (with L. Minear) The Challenges of Famine Relief: Emergency Operations in the Sudan, 1992; Protecting the Dispossessed: A Challenge for the International Community, 1993; War of Visions: Conflict of Identities in the Sudan, 1995; Sovereignty as Responsibility: Conflict Management in Africa, 1996. EDITOR: (with R.O. Collins) The British in the Sudan, 1898-1956: The Sweetness and the Sorrow, 1984; (with P. Gifford) The Search for Peace and Unity in the Sudan, 1987; (with A. An-Naim) Human Rights in Africa: Cross-Cultural Perspectives, 1990; (with I.W. Zartman) Conflict Resolution in Africa, 1991. Contributor to periodicals. Address: The Brookings Institution, 1775 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20036, U.S.A.