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Pages: 27. Chapters: Academics of the Institute of Education,
Alumni of the Institute of Education, Christopher Paul Baker,
Harold Rosen, Paul S Farmer, Paul Patrick, Merlyn Rees, Abubakar
Tafawa Balewa, James Tooley, Martin Slidel, Denys Lasdun, Marion
Richardson, Tichaona Jokonya, Tessa Blackstone, Baroness
Blackstone, Ann Oakley, Stephen Platten, Jenny Carter, Harry Ree,
Mary James, Andrew Pollard, George Barker Jeffery, Valerie Davey,
Max Black, Richard Leonard, Alan Amos, Fielding Reginald West,
Nigel Benson, Bryan Davies, Baron Davies of Oldham, Miriam David,
Katherine Weare, Patricia Collarbone, Carolyn Quinn, Maitree
Wickramasinghe, Sally Morgan, Baroness Morgan of Huyton, Geoff
Whitty, James Fairgrieve, Malcolm Skilbeck, Gunther Kress, Leonard
John Lewis, Abubakar Imam, Koichi Yamauchi, Caroline Gipps.
Excerpt: Christopher Paul Baker (born in Yorkshire, England, on 15
June 1955) is a travel writer and photographer currently
specializing in the Caribbean and Central America. He is considered
one of the world's leading authorities on Cuba. He is a contributor
to magazines and other publications worldwide, and is the author of
many travel guidebooks plus an award-winning literary travelog.
Christopher P. Baker was educated at Rastrick Grammar School, in
Brighouse, Yorkshire. In 1976 he received a BA (Honours) in
Geography from University College London, during which time he
participated in a university exchange program at Krakow, Poland;
and in two Sahara research expeditions. The following year he
received a scholarship to attend the graduate Centre for Latin
American Studies, at the University of Liverpool, where he received
a Masters. He returned to the University of London, received a
teaching diploma from the Institute of Education in 1978, and spent
brief periods teaching at schools in London between periods of
travel in Eur...
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