Osée Kamga's Column
By Osée Kamga
Ph.D. (UQAM), University of Sudbury, Canada
Dr. Osée Kamga is a professor at the Département de journalisme et relations publiques of the University of Sudbury and a research associate at the Laboratoire des média audiovisuels pour l’étude des cultures et sociétés (LAMACS) of the University of Ottawa (Canada). His fields of interest cover social and media communications, matters relating to tolerance, and international relations. He is the author of the essay Et si le développement nous trompait. Le modèle ivoirien en point de mire. As a fiction writer, Dr Osée Kamga has published Le licencié (2006), La tourterelle noire (2004) and Jacques le narrateur (2000). Dr Kamga is a member of Tolerance.ca. He is responsible for establishing partnerships with francophone institutions and universities of Northern Ontario.
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