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Book chapterBoris, Eileen (2007)
Gender After Africa!
In: Cole, Catherine M. and Manuh, Takyiwaa and Miescher, Stephan (eds.). Africa After Gender? Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press. p. 191-204.

Conference paperCivantos, Christina E. (2007)
Reading and Writing the Egyptian Woman Intellectual: Nabawiyya Musa's 'Ta'rikhi bi-Qalami'
Paper presented at the 2007 Annual Meeting of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), November 17-20, 2007, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Tucson.

Book chapterFolorunso, C.A. (2007)
Gender and Archaeological Site Formation: Ethnoarchaeological Studies in Parts of Nigeria
In: Hamilton, Sue and Whitehouse, Ruth and Wright, Katherine (eds.). Archaeology and Women: Ancient and Modern Issues. Walnut Creek, California: Left Coast Press.

Periodical articleHodes, Rebecca (2007)
See this documentHIV/AIDS in South African Documentary Film, c.1990-2000
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 33 #1. March. p. 153-171.

Book chapterThomas, Lynn M. (2007)
Gendered Reproduction: Placing Schoolgirl Pregnancies in African History
In: Cole, Catherine M. and Manuh, Takyiwaa and Miescher, Stephan (eds.). Africa After Gender? Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press. p. 48-62.

Periodical articleWieder, Alan (2007)
A Mother and Her Daughters: Jewish Teachers and the Fight Against Apartheid
Teachers College Record. Volume 109 #5. May. p. 1235-1260.

Periodical articleBarnes, Terri (2006)
No Bubble: Contemporary Lives in the African Academy
Journal of Women's History. Volume 18 #1.

Periodical articleBerger, Iris (2006)
See this documentFrom Ethnography to Social Welfare. Ray Phillips and Representations of Urban Women in South Africa
Abstract presentLe Fait Missionnaire: Social Sciences and Missions. #19. December. p. 91-116.

Periodical articleDuff, S.E. (2006)
From New Women to College Girls at the Huguenot Seminary and College, 1895-1910
Historia. Volume 51 #1. p. 1-27.

BookHofmann, Corinne (2006)
Reunion in Barsaloi
London: Arcadia.

Dissertation / thesisJordan, Elizabeth G. (2006)
From Time Immemorial: Washerwomen, Culture and Community in Cape Town, South Africa
Ph.D. dissertation: Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. 323p.

Book chapterKabore, Idrissa and Pilon, Marc (2006)
Households and Schooling in Burkina Faso: Some Insights From the 1996 Census
In: Van de Walle, Etienne (ed.). African Households: Censuses and Surveys. Armonk, New York: M.E. Sharpe.

Dissertation / thesisLand, Joy (2006)
Corresponding Lives: Women Educators of the Alliance Israelite Universelle School for Girls in the City of Tunis, 1882-1914
Ph.D. dissertation: University of California, Los Angeles, California. 291p.

Dissertation / thesisMuzvindziwa, Irene (2006)
A Phenomenological Study of Women Primary School Heads' Experiences as Educational Leaders in Post Colonial Zimbabwe
Ph.D. dissertation: Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa. 238p.

Dissertation / thesisMwiandi, Mary C. (2006)
The Jeanes School in Kenya: The Role of the Jeanes Teachers and Their Wives in 'Social Transformation' of Rural Colonial Kenya, 1925-1961
Ph.D. dissertation: Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan. 366p.

Dissertation / thesisOnyango, Emily A. (2006)
Luo Women's Negotiation of Mission Education: A Critical Analysis of Anglican Women in Nyanza, Kenya, From 1895
Ph.D. dissertation: University of Wales, Oxford Centre for Mission Studies, Cardiff, Wales, Great Britain. 311p.

Periodical articlePeabody, Stanton (2006)
Women Who Made a Difference: A Special Record
Abstract presentLiberian Studies Journal. Volume 31 #1. p. 63-89.

Periodical articleRohan, Liz (2006)
'One Woman's Battle for God: Literacy, Modernity and the Turn-of-the-Century American Women's Missionary Movement (Angola)
Abstract presentLe Fait Missionnaire: Social Sciences and Missions. #18. July. p. 45-71.

Book chapterSereke-Brhan, Heran (2006)
Drying Bad Blood: Notes on Elite Marriages, Politics and Ethnicity in 19th and 20th Century Imperial Ethiopia
In: Uhlig, Siegbert (ed.). Proceedings of the 15th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies, Hamburg, July 20-25, 2003. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz.

Periodical articleSmyke, Raymond J. (2006)
Fatimata Massaquoi Fahnbulleh: Pioneer Woman Educator, 1912-1978
Abstract presentLiberian Studies Journal. Volume 31 #1. p. 43-53.

BookSteady, Filomina (2006)
Women and Collective Action in Africa: Development, Democratization, and Empowerment, With Special Reference to Sierra Leone
New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 208p.

Periodical articleTamboukou, Maria (2006)
See this documentPower, Desire and Emotions in Education: Revisiting the Epistolary Narratives of Three Women in Apartheid South Africa
Gender and Education. Volume 18 #3. May. p. 233-252.

BookChisholm, Linda and September, Jean (eds.) (2005)
Gender Equity in South African Education, 1994-2004: Perspectives From Research, Government and Unions: Conference Proceedings
Cape Town: HSRC Press. 160p.

BookCornwall, Andrea (ed.) (2005)
Readings in Gender in Africa
Bloomington, Indiana/Oxford: Indiana University Press/James Currey. 247p.

Periodical articleDennis, Agnes C. (2005)
Dr. Mary Antoinette Brown Sherman: A Profile of Courage in the History and Life of the University of Liberia
Liberian Studies Journal. Volume 30 #1. p. 45-52.

Periodical articleDoctor, Henry V. (2005)
Women's Schooling and Religious Affiliation in Malawi at the End of the Twentieth Century
International Journal of Educational Development. Volume 25 #5. p. 481-492.

Dissertation / thesisHadari, Zeinabou (2005)
The History of Niger Women's Education: From Qur'anic-Based Literacy to the Internet: Towards Increased Female Empowerment?
Ph.D. dissertation: Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 242p.

Periodical articleKandakai, D. Evelyn S. (2005)
The Contribution of Dr. Mary Antoinette Brown Sherman to Education
Liberian Studies Journal. Volume 30 #1. p. 53-68.

Periodical articleKumwenda, Linda B. (2005)
See this documentThe Training of Female Medical Auxiliaries in Missionary Hospitals in Northern Rhodesia, 1928-1952
Abstract presentLe Fait Missionnaire: Social Sciences and Missions. #16. July. p. 103-132.

Periodical articleLamptey, Felicia W. (2005)
Dr. Mary Antoinette Brown Sherman: The Legacy
Liberian Studies Journal. Volume 30 #1. p. 77-82.

Periodical articleMalherbe, V.C. (2005)
See this documentIn Onegt Verwekt: Law, Custom and Illegitimacy in Cape Town, 1800-1840
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 31 #1. March. p. 163-185.

BookOyewumi, Oyeronke (ed.) (2005)
African Gender Studies: A Reader
Basingstoke, Great Britain: Palgrave Macmillan. 433p.

BookSchmidt, Elizabeth (2005)
Mobilizing the Masses: Gender, Ethnicity, and Class in the Nationalist Movement in Guinea, 1939-1958
Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Heinemann. 293p.

BookSchmidt, Monique Maria (American) (2005)
Last Moon Dancing: A Memoir of Love and Real Life in Africa
Santa Monica, CA: Clover Park Press. 227p.

Periodical articleSeyon, Patrick L.N. (2005)
The End of an Era in Liberia's History: Eulogy to Dr. Mary Antoinette Brown Sherman: President, University of Liberia, 1978-1984
Liberian Studies Journal. Volume 30 #1. p. 72-74.

Book chapterSill, Ulrike (2005)
'Girls With Chic Hats': The Basel Mission's Girls' Education on the Gold Coast as a Road to Affluence and Privilege?
In: Mayor, Anne and Roth, Claudia and Droz, Yvan (eds.). Securite Sociale et Developpement=Soziale Sicherheit und Entwicklung. Munster: Lit Verlag.

Conference paperWalters, Keith (2005)
Renegotiating the Colonial Past: Education for Jewish Girls in 19th Century Tunis
Paper presented at the 104th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), November 30-December 4 2005, Washington, D.C. Arlington, Virginia.

Conference paperWalters, Keith (2005)
The Role of Education for Girls in the Spread of French in Colonial Tunisia
Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), November 19-22, 2004, Washington, D.C. Tucson: University of Arizona.

BookArnfred, Signe (2004)
Gender Activism and Studies in Africa
Dakar: Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA). CODESRIA Gender Series #3. 171p.

Periodical articleBadri, Amna E. and Burchinal, Lee G. (2004)
The Ahfad University for Women: A Sudanese Educational Experiment
Ahfad Journal. Volume 21 #2. December. p. 16-30.

Periodical articleBelhachmi, Zakia (2004)
See this documentAl-salafiyya, Feminism, and Reforms in the Nineteenth-Century Arab-Islamic Society
The Journal of North African Studies. Volume 9 #4. Winter. p. 63-90.

Periodical articleBurns, Catherine (2004)
See this documentControlling Birth: Johannesburg, 1920-1960
Abstract presentSouth African Historical Journal. #50. p. 170-198.

Periodical articleDick, Archie L. (2004)
Building a Nation of Readers? Women's Organizations and the Politics of Reading in South Africa, 1900-1914
Historia. Volume 49 #2. p. 23-44.

BookEzeh, Godwin C. (2004)
Nigerian Heroes and Heroines: And Other Issues in Citizenship Education
Enugu State: Mike Social Press. 158p.

Periodical articleGaitskell, Deborah L. (2004)
'Doing a Missionary Hard Work ... in the Black Hole of Calcutta': African Women Teachers Pioneering a Profession in the Cape and Natal, 1880-1950
Women's History Review. Volume 13 #3. p. 407-426.

Book chapterGloster-Coates, Patricia C. (2004)
Historical Patterns of Higher Education for Women in Morocco Since Independence
In: Bulliet, Richard W. and Yavari, Neguin and Porter, Lawrence G. and Oppenheim, Jean-Marc R. (eds.). Views From the Edge: Essays in Honor of Richard W. Bulliet. New York: Columbia University Press.

Book chapterGloster-Coates, Patricia C. (2004)
Historical Patterns of Higher Education for Women in Morocco Since Independence
New York: Columbia University Press/ Middle East Institute.

Book chapterGoodridge, Richard A. (2004)
Islam, Gender and Education in Colonial Cameroon to 1961
In: Goodridge, Richard A. (ed.). Caribbean Perspectives on African History and Culture. St. Michael, Barbados: University of the West Indies, Department of History and Philosophy.

Periodical articleHugon, Anne (2004)
Korle Bu and the Midwives Hostel as a Site of Memory for Ghanaian Pupil Midwives, 1930s-1950s
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 7. p. 43-58.

Conference paperHugon, Anne (2004)
Korle Bu and the Midwives Hostel as a Site of Memory for Ghanaian Pubil Midwives, 1930-1950
Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 11-14, 2004, New Orleans, Louisiana. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University.

Conference paperKamal, Hala (2004)
Discourses on Women's Education in Late 19th Century Egypt
Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), November 20-23, 2004, San Francisco, California. Tucson: University of Arizona.

Periodical articleKlausen, Susanne (2004)
See this documentWomen's Resistance to Eugenic Birth Control in Johannesburg, 1930-39
Abstract presentSouth African Historical Journal. #50. p. 152-169.

Periodical articleLoos, Jackie (2004)
The Daughters of the Mother of Activity: Threads in a Skein Linking South Africa, Scotland and Malawi in the 1870s and 1880s
Quarterly Bulletin of the National Library of South Africa. Volume 58 #3. p. 95-106.

Periodical articleMack, Beverly B. (2004)
Muslim Women's Educational Activities in the Maghreb: Investigating and Redefining Scholarship in Northern Nigeria and Morocco
Maghreb Review. Volume 29 #1-4. p. 165-185.

Periodical articleMartin, Phyllis M. (2004)
See this documentCelebrating the Ordinary: Church, Empire and Gender in the Life of Mère Marie-Michelle Dédié (Senegal, Congo, 1882-1931)
Gender and History. Volume 16 #2. August. p. 289-317.

Periodical articleMuula, Adamson S. and Nyasult, Y. and Msiska, G. (2004)
Gender Distribution of Students and Staff at the University of Malawi College of Medicine, 1991-2003
South African Medical Journal. Volume 94 #8. p. 636-638.

BookRead, Mark (2004)
I Have a Story to Tell: Celebrating 10 Years of CAMFED International
Cambridge: CAMFED International. 82p.

BookRussell, Mona L. (2004)
Creating the New Egyptian Woman: Consumerism, Education, and National Identity in Egypt, 1863-1922
New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 237p.

Dissertation / thesisSaperstein, Allyson (2004)
A Summary of the Girls Education Initiative in the Gambia, West Africa
M.A. Thesis: University of Denver, Aurora, Colorado. 94p.

Periodical articleTripp, Aili M. (2004)
See this documentA New Look at Colonial Women: British Teachers and Activists in Uganda, 1898-1962
Abstract presentCanadian Journal of African Studies. Volume 38 #1. p. 123-156.

BookZewde, Bahru (2004)
Land, Gender and the Periphery: Themes in the History of Eastern and Southern Africa
Addis Ababa: Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA). 170p.

Periodical articleBoddy, Janice (2003)
See this documentBarbaric Custom and Colonial Science: Teaching the Female Body in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan
Social Analysis. Volume 47 #2. p. 60-81.

Periodical articleDoughty, J. (2003)
Integrating History and Literature to Teach About Women of West Africa
Social Education. Volume 67 #1. January-February. p. 17-21.

Dissertation / thesisEjikeme, Anene (2003)
Mission and Motherhood: Towards a History of Catholic Women and Education in Onitsha, Nigeria, 1885-1964
Ph.D. dissertation: Columbia University, New York, New York. 333p.

Periodical articleEloundou-Enyegue, Parfait M. and Davanzo, J. (2003)
Economic Downturns and Schooling Inequality, Cameroon, 1987-1995
Population Studies. Volume 57 #2. July. p. 183-197.

Periodical articleGlotzer, Richard (2003)
The Career of Mabel Carney: The Study of Race and Rural Development in the United States and South Africa
Safundi: The Journal of South African and American Studies. Volume 4 #1. April.

Periodical articleKivengere, Merabu N. (2003)
The Education of Merabu Nyinenzangi
Uganda Journal. Volume 49. December. p. 102-109.

Book chapterMafela, Lily (2003)
Gendered Education in an African Setting: Bechuanaland Protectorate in Pre-Colonial and Colonial Periods
In: Zewde, Bahru. Land, Gender and the Periphery: Themes in the History of Eastern and Southern Africa. Addis Ababa: Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA).

Periodical articleMcEwan, Cheryl (2003)
See this documentBuilding a Postcolonial Archive? Gender, Collective Memory and Citizenship in Post-Apartheid South Africa
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 29 #3. September. p. 739-757.

Book chapterMulenga, Friday E. (2003)
Gender in Undergraduate History Research at the University of Zambia. 1981-2001
In: Zewde, Bahru. Land, Gender and the Periphery: Themes in the History of Eastern and Southern Africa. Addis Ababa: Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA).

Book chapterNtabeni, Mary (2003)
Women's History at the National Teacher Training College of Lesotho
In: Zewde, Bahru. Land, Gender and the Periphery: Themes in the History of Eastern and Southern Africa. Addis Ababa: Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA).

Book chapterOkorobia, A.M. (2003)
The Relevance of Gender Studies in Nigerian History
In: Ejitiwu, Nkparom C. and Gabriel, Amakievi O.I. (eds.). Women in Nigerian History: The Rivers and Bayelsa States Experience. Port Harcourt, Nigeria: Onyoma Research Publications.

Periodical articleShetler, Jan B. (2003)
See this documentThe Gendered Spaces of Historical Knowledge: Women's Knowledge and Extraordinary Women in the Serengeti District, Tanzania
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 36 #2. p. 283-307.

BookSinclair, Margaret (2003)
Salt and Light: The Letters of Mamie and Jack Martin From Malawi (1921-1928)
Kachere Texts #12. Blantyre, Malawi: Christian Literature Association in Malawi (CLAIM). 358p.

Periodical articleWells, Julia C. (2003)
The Sabotage of Patriarchy in Colonial Rhodesia, Rural African Women's Living Legacy to Their Daughters
Feminist Review. Volume 75 #1. p. 101-117.

BookWomen and Law in Southern Africa Research and Educational Tr (2003)
Women and Law in Southern Africa Research and Educational Trust (Malawi): Five Years in Review
Limbe, Malawi: Women and Law in Southern Africa Research and Educational Trust. 23p.

Dissertation / thesisAgogbuo, Stella U. (2002)
The Influence of Catholicism Over Female Secondary Education in Eastern Nigeria: A Historical Perspective
M.Ed. Thesis: University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, La Crosse, Wisconsin. 145p.

BookAnonymous (2002)
Unity High School for Girls, 1902-2002
Khartoum: Unity High School for Girls. 138p.

Book chapterBarnes, Teresa A. (2002)
Owning What We Know: Racial Controversies in South African Feminism, 1991-1998
In: Higgs, Catherine and Moss, Barbara A. and Ferguson, Earline R. (eds.). Stepping Forward: Black Women in Africa and the Americas. Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press. p. 245-256.

Book chapterBlyden, Nemata (2002)
The Search for Anna Erskine: African American Women in Nineteenth-Century Liberia
In: Higgs, Catherine and Moss, Barbara A. and Ferguson, Earline R. (eds.). Stepping Forward: Black Women in Africa and the Americas. Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press. p. 31-43.

Book chapterBooth, Margaret Z. (2002)
Education for Liberation or Domestication? Female Education in Colonial Swaziland
In: Hunt, Tamara L. and Lessard, Micheline R. (eds.). Women and the Colonial Gaze. New York: New York University Press.

DVD / videoButegwa, Christine and Murerwa, Rian (2002)
A Tale of Ten Years: The Experience of Women ad Gender Studies, Makerere University
Kampala: Makerere University, Department of Women and Gender Studies. VHS Videocassette. 1/2 Inch. Color. 33 Minutes.

Periodical articleDaymond, Margaret J. (2002)
See this documentComplementary Oral and Written Narrative Conventions: Sindiwe Magona's Autobiography and Short Story Sequence, 'Women at Work'
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 28 #2. June. p. 331-346.

Dissertation / thesisDugbazah, Allan K. (2002)
Gender Inequality in Higher Education: The Case of the University of Ghana, 1980-2000
Ph.D. dissertation: Howard University, Washington, DC. 215p.

Conference paperGraboyes, Melissa (2002)
The Abeokuta Women's Union: Conflicting Interpretations
Paper presented at the 45th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), December 5-8, 2002, Washington, DC. New Brunswick, New Jersey.

BookMarais, Khethiwe (2002)
Growing Up in the Southern Drakensburg
Drakenburg, South Africa: Family Literacy Project. 52p.

Book chapterMianda, Gertrude (2002)
Colonialism, Education, and Gender Relations in the Belgian Congo: The Evolue Case
In: Geiger, Susan and Musisi, Nakanyike and Allman, Jean M. (eds.). Women in African Colonial Histories: An Introduction. Bloomington, Indiana/Chesham: Indiana University Press/Combined Academic. p. 144-163.

Book chapterOjukutu-Macauley, Sylvia V. (2002)
British Colonial Policy Toward Education and the Roots of Gender Inequality in Sierra Leone, 1896-1961
In: Higgs, Catherine and Moss, Barbara A. and Ferguson, Earline R. (eds.). Stepping Forward: Black Women in Africa and the Americas. Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press. p. 3-16.

Conference paperThomas, Lynn M. (2002)
The 'Modern Lady' and the Makerere Student: Letter-Writing Schoolgirl Pregnancy, and Popular Culture in the 1960's East Africa
Paper presented at the 45th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), December 5-8, 2002, Washington, DC. New Brunswick, New Jersey.

Book chapterUnterhalter, Elaine (2002)
Gender, Race, and Different Lives: South African Women Teachers' Autobiographies and the Analysis of Educational Change
In: Kallaway, Peter (ed.). The History of Education Under Apartheid, 1948-1994: The Doors of Learning and Culture Shall be Opened. New York: Peter Lang.

Periodical articleVavrus, Frances K. (2002)
See this documentUncoupling the Articulation Between Girls' Education and Tradition in Tanzania
Gender and Education. Volume 14 #4. December. p. 367-389.

Periodical articleWieder, Alan (2002)
Wedding Pedagogy and Politics: Oral Histories of Black Women Teachers and the Struggle Against Apartheid
Race, Ethnicity and Education. Volume 5 #2. p. 133-149.

Dissertation / thesisAbugideiri, Hibba E. (2001)
Egyptian Women and the Science Question: Gender in the Making of Colonized Medicine, 1893-1929
Ph.D. dissertation: Georgetown University, Washington, DC. 536p.

Periodical articleBalogun, S.U. (2001)
Enhancing Female Education in the Northern States of Nigeria
Quarterly Journal of the Pakistan Historical Society. Volume 49 #3. p. 21-26.

BookBrixiova, Zuzana and Bulir, Ales and Comenetz, Joshua (2001)
The Gender Gap in Education in Eritrea, 1991-1998: A Missed Opportunity?
Washington, D.C.: International Monetary Fund. IMF Working Paper 01/94. July. 24p.

Conference paperEjikeme, Anene (2001)
Catholic Women Mobilized: Education, Church Hierarchy and Laity in Onitsha, 1956-1964
Paper presented at the 44th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 15-18, 2001, Houston, Texas. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University.

Periodical articleGadzekpo, Audrey S. (2001)
Gender Discourses and Representational Practices in Gold Coast Newspapers
Jenda: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies. Volume 1 #2.

Conference paperJackson, Lynette A. (2001)
Women, Sex and Influx Controls: Colonial and Postcolonial Zimbabwe
Paper presented at the 44th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 15-18, 2001, Houston, Texas. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University.

Dissertation / thesisLunde, Renate (2001)
Between Tradition and Modernity - Girls' Education in the Northern Sudan, 1899-1956
M.A. Thesis: University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway. 99p.

Dissertation / thesisOkoli, Eugene (2001)
History of Education in Nigeria Focusing on Gender Equity
M.S. Thesis: Franciscan University of Steubenville, Steubenville, Ohio. 37p.

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