NELSON INSTITUTE DIRECTOR REVIEWS NIGERIAN NOBEL LAUREATE’S MEMOIRS

 April 15, 2006

HARRISONBURG—The spring 2006 issue of The Wilson Quarterly carries a review by Dr. J. Peter Pham, Director of the Nelson Institute for International and Public Affairs at James Madison University, of the just-published autobiography of Africa’s first Nobel Laureate for Literature, Nigerian Wole Soyinka, You Must Set Forth at Dawn: A Memoir.

Published by the Congressionally-chartered Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, The Wilson Quarterly presents writing and thinking on issues in politics and policy, culture, religion, science, and other fields that bear upon public life of academics, specialists, and others to a broad audience.

For the text of Dr. Pham’s review click here.