Academic journal article Cross / Cultures

Acknowledgements

Academic journal article Cross / Cultures

Acknowledgements

Article excerpt

I AM PARTICULARLY GRATEFUL to the Humboldt Foundation for creating the space for this endeavour; to Mark Stein for his encouragement; to the contributors for their insightful submissions and for their patience; to Professor Helen Gilbert for agreeing to write the Foreword to the book in particularly challenging circumstances, and to Ruthmarie Mitsch for her invaluable editorial assistance. My profound thanks also go to Georgina Alaukwu-Ehuriah, Irobi's friend, and Uloaku, Irobi's widow, for all their support and help. In a special way, I also thank my wife, Chy, and our children, Bubes, Chijos, Noly, and Too, for their love; Rich, Oly, and her family, and the Boniface Imoko family for their continuing support to my career.

For permission to reprint already published material, we are indebted to Indiana University Press for Isidore Diala's article "Esiaba Irobi's Legacy: Theory and Practice of Postcolonial Performance," published in Research in African Literatures 42. …

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