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by Tabitha Kanogo

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ISBN:
085255446X
Author:
Tabitha Kanogo
Category:
History & Criticism
Language:
English
Publisher:
James Currey (July 15, 2005)
Pages:
320 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.

African Womanhood contributes to the expanding literature on women, gender, and colonialism. 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.

Presentation on ‘Settler-Missionary Alliance’ in colonial Kenya and the Land Question. A Time There Was: Stories from the Last Days of Kenya Colony. August 2012 · Canadian Journal of African Studies.

Kanogo argues that in colonial Kenya, African women were oppressed and had a lower status than that of African men. Though this type of separation between men and women in studies of colonial projects in Africa has been seen as artificial (Oyewumi, 1997), through cases of th. . Though this type of separation between men and women in studies of colonial projects in Africa has been seen as artificial (Oyewumi, 1997), through cases of the pawning of women, she shows how women surmounted obstacles to survive.

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A part of Eastern Africa, the territory of what is now Kenya has seen human habitation since the beginning of the Lower Paleolithic.

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Debating the Legal Status of African Women (page 15). Read. 2 Sexuality in Culture & Law (page 42). 3 Becoming Kavirondo Clitoridectomy, Ethnicity & Womenhood (page 73).

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