Wolfers, Michael

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WOLFERS, Michael

WOLFERS, Michael. British, b. 1938. Genres: Race relations, Biography, International relations/Current affairs. Career: Times Newspapers Ltd., Africa correspondent, 1965-72; free-lance writer, 1972-. University of Juba, visiting senior lecturer in African politics and government, 1979-82. Consultant to South West Africa People's Organization (Namibia), and the governments of Angola and Mozambique. Publications: The Black Man's Burden Revisited, 1974; Politics in the Organisation of African Unity, 1976; (ed. and trans.) Poems from Angola, 1979; (with J. Bergerol) Angola in the Front Line, 1983; Hamlet and Cybernetics, 1991. TRANSLATOR: L. Vieira, The Real Life of Domingos Xavier, 1978; A. Cabral, Unity and Struggle, 1979; Pepetela, Mayombe, 1983; S. Machel, An African Revolutionary, 1985; C. Lopes, Guinea Bissau: From Liberation Struggle to Independent Statehood, 1987; L. Magaia, Dumba Nengue: Run for Your Life, 1988; S. Amin, Delinking: Towards a Polycentric World, 1990; Amin, Maldevelopment: Anatomy of a Global Failure, 1990; Amin, Re-Reading the Postwar Period, 1994 Period, 1994. Address: 66 Roupell St, London SE1 8SS, England. Online address: [email protected]