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Dr. Nikongo Ba-Nikongo
Associate Professor
Founders Library, Rm.331
(202) 806-7968



Research Associate and Consultant: Institute for Urban Affairs and Research, Washington, D.C. Summer 1983- Summer 1984.

Research Project: Blacks and Presidential Politics: Longwave Study of the Role, Viewpoints, Sociocultural Characteristics and Planks of Black Delegates at the 1976, 1980 and 1984 Presidential Conventions (with Dr. Ron Walters

Research Consultant: Institute for Urban Affairs and Research, Washington, D.C. 1988 RESEARCH PROJECT: Home Equity Conversion.

Consultant: Institute for Urban Affairs and Research. U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.1991.

Research Project: Bank Policy, Market Prices and the Prospect for Home Ownership Among the Afro Underclass. U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development 1993.

International Consulting:

  • "Caribbean Integration:" Appearance on World Net. Expert consultant to Economic Ministers of Latin American/Caribbean Islands.

  • "Race Relations in the Caribbean" Appearance on World Net. Expert Consultant Address to Cultural Officials of Caribbean States.

Current Projects:

  • Project Director - WIMAP (West Indian Migrants in America Project). Howard University.

  • Producer/Director. "Coming to the Cold: West Indians in America." A Documentary.
    Howard University.

  • Principal Investigator. Migrant domestic labour from the English-Speaking Caribbean.

  • Editor. Caribbean Pride Magazine.


Ph.D. International Relations; Comparative Politics;
Economic Development; Political Economics.
Howard University, Washington, D.C.

Non Degree Visiting Student.
Howard University School of Law,
Washington, D.C.

International Organizations; Constitutional Law
Int'l Business Transactions. M. A.
Howard University, Washington, D. C.
International Relations; Comparative Politics; Research Methods

B. A. Political Science
Howard University, Washington, D. C.


1989 - present:
Associate Professor, Afro-American Studies Department, Howard University, Washington, D.C.
Classes Taught: African Experience in the Caribbean; Commercial Exploitation of the 3rd World;
Special Topics in Afro-American Studies.

Visiting Assistant Professor:
Department of Political Science, University of Hartford, Hartford, CT.
Classes Taught: World Politics; Civil Rights Liberties; Race & Ethnic Relations.

Visiting Assistant Professor:
Division of Social Sciences, Virginia Union University, Richmond, VA.
Classes Taught: Black Organizations; American Government; Comparative Politics; International Relations.

Visiting Lecturer:
Department of Political Science, Goucher College, Towson, Md. 1985 1986.
Classes Taught: Problems of International Political Economy; The United Nations; Crisis In World Politics: US Caribbean Relations.




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