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0821415689
Author:
Tabitha Kanogo
Category:
Africa
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English
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Ohio University Press; 1 edition (August 15, 2005)
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288 pages
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African Womanhood In Colo. has been added to your Cart. THE HISTORIAN This book is a massive undertaking and will be of interest to scholars in the fields of women, gender and colonialism, Kenyan history, East African history, and colonialism in Africa.

African Womanhood In Colo. CAHIERS D'ETUDES AFRICAINES Should appear on the reading lists of scholars of Kenya and of women in Africa. Tabitha Kanogo is an associate professor of history at the University of California in Berkeley.

Furthermore, African Womanhood is part of a continued wave of literature in African studies that seeks to. .Référence électronique. Rachel Jean-Baptiste, Kanogo, Tabitha.

Furthermore, African Womanhood is part of a continued wave of literature in African studies that seeks to complicate the understanding of colonial rule beyond binary of African resistance and colonial hegemony. Given that Kanogo contributes to two important themes in African historiography, it might have been fruitful for the book to engage scholarship from other regions in Africa in a comparative perspective. African Womanhood in Colonial Kenya, 1900-1950 , Cahiers d’études africaines, 187-188 2007, mis en ligne le 11 janvier 2008, consulté le 09 décembre 2019.

International Journal of African Historical Studies Article details, "African Womanhood in Colonial Kenya, 1900-1950". In this study, Kanogo tackles the history of the challenges faced by Kenyan women and their struggles to exploit new opportunities in the colonial epoch.

Home Browse Academic journals History Journals The International Journal of African Historical Studies Article details, "African Womanhood in Colonial Kenya, 1900-1950". Academic journal article The International Journal of African Historical Studies. New regulations imposed by missions, colonial officials, and African men limited women's choices, but women found that from the contradictions of colonialism emerged new arenas in which they could (attempt to) shape their own lives.

Salon of 1846, On the Heroism of Modern Life, " in Art in Theory 1815–1900: An Anthology of Changing Ideas. 303. Charles Baudelaire. Charles Baudelaire, " Salon of 1846, On the Heroism of Modern Life, " in Art in Theory 1815–1900: An Anthology of Changing Ideas, eds. Charles Harrison, Paul Wood, and Jason Gaiger (Malden, Mass. Blackwell Publishing Lt. 1998), 303.

African Womanhood in Colonial Kenya, 1900–1950.

Ochieng', R. Van Zwanenberg, J. Mwenesi and K. Janmohamed). African Womanhood in Colonial Kenya, 1900–1950. Oxford: James Currey Publishers; Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press; Nairobi: East African ons, 2005.

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Womanhood in Colonial Kenya, 1900-50 (Eastern African Studies).

book by Tabitha Kanogo. African Womanhood in Colonial Kenya, 1900-50 (Eastern African Studies). Within a broad analysis of colonial oppurtunities for physical, social and educational mobility, Kanogo shows how African and British male authorities tried, with uncertain opinions and from different perspectives, to control female initiatives, and how, to very varying degrees, women managed to achieve increasing measures of control over their own lives. North America: Ohio U Press; Kenya: EAEP.

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oceedings{Kanogo2005AfricanWI, title {African Womanhood in Colonial Kenya, 1900-50}, author {Tabitha M. Kanogo}, year {2005} }. Tabitha M. Kanogo. Capax doli?" - debating the legal status of African women sexuality in culture and law becoming Kavirondo - clitoridectomy, ethnicity and womanhood debating dowry legislating marriage the medicalization and regulation of maternity girls are frogs - girls, missions and education. Oxford, UK: James Currey, 2005. Kaplan, Flora Edouwaye, ed. Queens, Queen Mothers, Priestesses, and Power: Case Studies in African Gender. New York: New York Academy of Sciences, 1997. Society, Schools and Progress in Nigeria.

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"This is the most interesting general Kenyan social history that I have had the pleasure to read for many years. It fills a large gap in the colonial history of Kenyan women as they negotiated changes in the most domestic areas of their experience. Within a broad analysis of colonial opportunities for physical, social and educational mobility, Kanogo shows how African and British male authorities tried, with uncertain opinions and from different perspectives, to control female initiatives, and how, to varying degrees, women managed to achieve increasing measures of control over their own lives."John Lonsdale, Trinity College, Cambridge