HIST147G:
Gender and Power in Modern African History

About the Course:

Examination of gender, power, and authority among and between men and women in response to socioeconomic transformations in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Africa. Themes include interpretations of gender, organization of labor, the missionary project, the state, and colonial rule.  

Pre-requisites:

History 49A or 49B or upper-division standing. Same course as Feminist Studies 147G.  

Documents:

View the course’s GauchoSpace page or the instructor’s page for documents: Stephan Miescher   

Schedule of Courses

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