As a scholar of the historical and contemporary experiences of “modern” Africa and Africans my primary areas of interest include transitions in colonial and post-colonial erstwhile African German colonies. I am particularly interested in the legacy of the unfortunate double colonial jeopardy suffered by the former German colonies of Cameroon, Togo, Namibia, Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi. Within this context, I am also keen at measuring the much-neglected role of African Women as political actors and/or constituencies in the emancipatory narratives of these states. In regards to the African Diaspora, I examine the intersection between the Caribbean African Diaspora and Modern Sub-Saharan Africa. Focus here is on the role of descendants of enslaved Africans as agents of European colonization of West and central Africa. I am also venturing into the fields of historical memory (with particular interest in enslavement and colonialism in Cameroonian historical memory); Sexual Violence, Pan-Africanism and Neo-colonialism.