US Cold War with China — first stop, Equatorial Guinea
Anita Plummer is an Assistant Professor of African Studies at Howard University. Her research and teaching focus on African political economy, transnationalism and Sino-African relations. Before joining the faculty at Howard, she taught International Studies at Spelman College, was a Mellon post-doctoral fellow in the Cultures in Transnational Perspective Program, Visiting Assistant Professor of Global Studies and Political Science at UCLA, and was a Carter G. Woodson Center Pre-doctoral fellowship at the University of Virginia. Her forthcoming book on “Kenya and China: How Multiple Voices on Both Sides Shape Discourse and Reality,” is based on field research in Kenya as well as written sources in English and Chinese, will be published by Michigan State University Press in the fall of 2022.