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Dr. Pierre-Damien Mvuyekureteaches English, American, Multicultural, Post-Colonial, and African American literature in the Department of Languages and Literatures. He is the 2007-2008 Regents Awards for Faculty Excellence, and the 2005 Philip G. Hubbard Outstanding Educator at the University of Northern Iowa. A Fulbright alumnus, he holds B.A. in Letters and Licence (M.A.) ès Letters in English from the National University of Rwanda, Rwanda, and M.A. and Ph.D. in English from SUNY at Buffalo. He is the author of Lamentations on the Rwandan Genocide 2 nd Edition, The “Dark Heathenism” of the American Novelist Ishmael Reed: African Voodoo as American Literary HooDoo, Lamentations on the Rwandan Genocide, World Eras Volume 10: West African Kingdoms, 500-1590, A Casebook Study of Ishmael Reed’s Yellow Back
Radio Broke-Down and several articles. In his efforts to link Africa back to African America, he produces and hosts a weekly radio The Talking Drum on KBBG FM88.1, Waterloo, Iowa, every Saturday at 11:00 a.m.