Christopher Okigbo and the politics of publication (3/3)

This is the third and final post in a series written by Temiloluwa Odugbesan, who completed a UROP placement at the University of Reading Special Collections in the summer of 2021. In my final post, I’m going to delve a little bit more into the workings of the publisher and the issues some writers faced during […]

Biafra, the Nigerian Civil War and context in the archives (2/3)

This is the second of three posts in a series written by Temiloluwa Odugbesan, who completed a UROP placement at the University of Reading Special Collections in the summer of 2021. Welcome to the second of my blog posts written during my UROP internship. I have been tracing correspondence specifically relating to the Nigerian Civil War […]

Finding the Biafran Civil War in the African Writers Series (1/3)

This is the first of three posts in a series written by Temiloluwa Odugbesan, who completed a UROP placement at the University of Reading Special Collections in the summer of 2021. My name is Temiloluwa, and I am studying Spanish and Economics at the University of Reading. I have just completed my first week working as […]