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us: Njami, Simon, 1962-

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    • us: Simon, Njami
    • us: Njami Simon, 1962-
    • us: Njami, S. (Simon), 1962-
    • us: Njami S. (Njami Simon), 1962-
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        (naf) Lausanne (Switzerland)
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        (naf) Paris (France)
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        • Organization: (naf) University of California, San Diego
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        (naf) University of California, San Diego
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      Simon, NjamiSimon, Njami
  • Sources

    • found: Ethnicolor, 1987: t.p. (Njami Simon) cover (Njami S.)
    • found: The Divine Comedy, heaven, purgatory and hell revisited by contemporary African artists, 2014: t.p. (editor, Simon Njami) p. 363 (independent lecturer, art critic, novelist and essayist; he is the co-founder and editor-in-chief of the cultural magazine Revue Noire)
    • found: Bibliothèque nationale de France WWW auth. file, March 11, 2015 (hdg.: Njami, Simon, 1962- ; nat.: Cameroon ; writer, journalist)
    • found: Wikipedia, March 11, 2015 (Simon Njami (b. 1962 in Lausanne, Swizerland) is a Paris-based writer and an independent curator, lecturer, art critic and essayist; Njami is the co-founder of Revue Noire, a journal of contemporary African and extra-occidental art, and he was visiting professor at University of San Diego California; after conceiving the Ethnicolor Festival in Paris in 1987, he curated many international exhibitions) {}
    • found: Encyclopedia of African Literature Via internet, March 11, 2015 (Njami, Simon, novelist, b. 1962, in Lausanne, Switzerland, of Cameroonian parents, has written extensively on African artists since the late 1980s; Further reading: Njami, Simon: Ethnicolor, 1987) {}
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    • 1988-11-01: new
    • 2015-04-01: revised
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