Independent Historian

Manos S. Karousos received a BA in Social Anthropology from the Panteion University of Athens, Greece and he also holds a master’s degree in European societies and European integration from the Aegean University of Mitilíni, Greece. His research interests are focused on race issues and integration – the Black culture in the USA, especially the victimization and prisonization as well as the representation of African Americans as public figures. In addition, he is interested in prison issues, ghetto, and gang culture both as a researcher and as an activist. Furthermore, he is passionate about sports both as a researcher and as an athlete.

Thérèse Sita-Bella (1933-2006)

Thérèse Sita-Bella, born Thérèse Bella Mbida in 1933, was a Cameroonian film director who is widely acknowledged as the first female filmmaker in Africa. Sita-Bella was born to the Beti tribe in southern Cameroon, then a French colony, and received her education from Catholic missionaries. … Read MoreThérèse Sita-Bella (1933-2006)