Japan in World History – a Solid Book for Your Collection

Japan in World History, written by James L. Huffman, is one book in a series of Oxford University histories that focus on cultural and social history. PJ Review Score: 5 James Huffman engages his audience by giving the 'common' people a voice. He manages a balance between political, military and social history. Through this balance … Continue reading Japan in World History – a Solid Book for Your Collection

5 Influential African Writers You Never Learned About in School

In celebration of recent African literary history, here's a list of the top five most influential African writers you need to know. Africa has no shortage of influential writers though, so the five chosen here are in now way an exhaustive list. Feel free to add your favorite African writer in the comments! Frantz Fanon … Continue reading 5 Influential African Writers You Never Learned About in School