Rev Dr Jean Luc Enyegue SJ is a Jesuit from Cameroon. He obtained his PhD from Boston University. Currently, he is the Director of the Jesuit Historical Institute in Africa. His research is focused on the History of Christianity and Jesuit History in Africa. Some of his recent research include the Jesuit Mission in the Gulf of Guinea and West Africa. He has also authored several articles, including the Jesuits in Fernando Póo, 1857-1972: An Incomplete Mission! (Brill 2015). Dr Enyegue also lectures Medieval and Modern Church history at Hekima University College.
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