Fuabeh P. Fonge

TitleProfessor

DepartmentHistory

Phone336-285-2315

Fax336-334-7837

Emailfpfonge@ncat.edu

OfficeGibbs Hall
Room: 336

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Fuabeh P. Fonge

Education

Ph D: History, History of Africa, Howard University, 1989

MA: History, Georgetown University, 1982

BA: History, University of Yaounde, 1975


Research Interests

My primary scholarly interests are the general history of Africa from antiquity to the present, Africana studies, and the history of World Civilizations. My area of specialization is Africa South of the Sahara, with emphasis on the colonial and postcolonial eras, modernization development and human resource administration.


Recent Publications

Fonge, Fuabeh   (2016).  The Boko Haram Insurgency in West Africa: From Islamophobia to Global Terrorism.  In Fuabeh P. Fonge  (1,  6,  pp. 129-146).  Journal of International Studies and Development (JISD).

Fonge, Fuabeh  (2015).  "Conceptualizing the Trajectories and Proselytization of Islam in Africa", International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences.  In Dr. J. Sabrina Mims-Cox  (3,  5,  pp. 24-34).  International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Fonge, Fuabeh  (2015).  "Conceptualizing the Trajectories and Proselytization of Islam in Africa", International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences.  In Dr. J. Sabrina Mims-Cox  (3,  5,  pp. 24-34).  International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Fonge, Fuabeh  (2015).  "Historicizing the African Foundations of Major World Religions", International Journal of Science commerce and Humanities..  In Prof. Steve Grosser, Chief Editor  (1,  3,  pp. 28-43).  International Journal of Science Commerce and Humanities.

Fonge, Fuabeh  (2015).  Historiczing the African Foundations of Major World Religions.  (1,  3,  pp. 28-43).  International Journal of Science, Commerce and Humanities.

Fonge, Fuabeh  (2014).  "The United States Diversity Lottery Program and African Immigration,".  In Fuabeh P. Fonge, editor-in-chief & Ngozi C. Kamalu, managing editor  (Volume 4,  pp. 70-93).  Journal of International Studies and Development (JISD).