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Two FMU professors have books published

FLORENCE, S.C. – Two Francis Marion University professors have recently had books published.

 Emmanuel Ike Udogu, professor of political science, has had his book, “The Issue of Political Ethnicity in Africa,” published by Ashgate Publishing. Xiaoqun “David” Xu, associate professor of history, has had his book, “Chinese Professionals and the Republican State,” published by Cambridge University Press.

 Udogu has taught at Francis Marion since 1985. His research interests are international relations, comparative politics and American government and politics. Udogu received an A.A. degree in liberal arts from Montreat-Anderson College and a B.A. degree in political science from Appalachian State University. He received both the M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in political science from Southern Illinois University.

 Xu, a native of China, has taught at FMU since 1993. He earned the B.A. degree in history from Shanghai Teachers College, the M.A. degree in ancient Greece and Rome from East China Normal University, the M.A. degree in American history from the University of Akron, and the Ph.D. degree in modern Chinese history from Columbia University.

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Last Published: May 7, 2004 9:01 AM
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