"Ugarte's refined prose, playful ideas, and timely and pertinent subject matter highlight the value of Equatorial Guinean emixile [exile-emigration] writers for understanding global migrations and cultural cross-fertilization." Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies "A thorough examination of the African nation of Equatorial Guinea and its complex political, cultural, and literary history. Africans in Europe makes a definitive contribution to the burgeoning field of Afro-Spanish studies and the literature of Equatorial Guinea." Silvia Bermudez, author of La esfinge de la escritura: la poesia etica de Blanca Varela
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Michael Ugarte is Middlebush Professor of Romance Languages at the University of Missouri. His publications include "Madrid 1900: The Capital as Cradle of Culture" and "Shifting Ground: Spanish Civil War Exile Literature."