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

Periodical articleUrban-Mead, Wendy (2001)
See this publicationGirls of the Gate: Questions of Purity and Piety at the Mtshabezi Girls' Primary Boarding School in Colonial Zimbabwe, 1908-1940
Le Fait Missionnaire: Social Sciences and Missions. #11. September. p. 77-98.

Periodical articleWillemse, Karin (2001)
See this publication'A Room of One's Own': Single Female Teachers Negotiating the Islamist Discourse in Sudan
Northeast African Studies. Volume 8 #3. p. 99-128.

Book chapterBeswick, Stephanie (2000)
Women, War and Leadership in South Sudan (1700-1994)
In: White Nile, Black Blood: War, Leadership, and Ethnicity from Khartoum to Kampala. p. 93-111.

Book chapterClancy-Smith, Julia (2000)
Envisioning Knowledge: Educating the Muslim Woman in Colonial North Africa
In: Matthee, Rudolph P. and Baron, Beth and Keddie, Nikke R. (eds.). Iran and Beyond: Essays in Middle Eastern History in Honor of Nikki R. Keddie. Costa Mesa, California: Mazda Publishers.

Conference paperClancy-Smith, Julia (2000)
The School on Ruedu Pacha: Educating Muslim Girls in Colonial North Africa, c.1900
Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), November 17-19, 2000, Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Tucson: University of Arizona.

Periodical articleErlank, Natasha (2000)
See this publication'Raising Up the Degraded Daughters of Africa': The Provision of Education for Xhosa Women in the Mid-Nineteenth Century
South African Historical Journal. #43. p. 24-38.

Periodical articleEvans, Ruth (2000)
Griots: Singing Their Praises
Courier. #183. Oct.-Nov.. p. 20-22.

BookGeneral Consulate of Egypt; Cultural and Educational Bureau in Canada (2000)
Pioneer Women of Egypt: In Politics, Public Life, Science, Education and Art: International Women's Day
Ottawa: General Consulate of Egypt, Cultural and Educational Bureau in Canada. 54p.

BookGoodall, Jane (British)(1934-); Peterson, Dale (2000)
Africa in My Blood: An Autobiography in Letters: The Early Years, 1934-1966
Boston: Houghton Mifflin. 400p.

BookGraves-Brown, Carolyn (2000)
Reflections of Women in Ancient Egypt: Women, Museums and Egyptologists
Swanzea, Wales: University of Wales Swansea, Egypt Centre. 49p.

BookHanekom, Leandre; Wessels, Elria (2000)
Woman, Thy Name is Valour: An Overview of the Role Afrikaner and Uitlander-Women and Children Inside and Outside Anglo Boer War Concentration Camps, 1899-1902
Bloemfontein, South Africa: Anglo Boer War Museum. 131p.

BookHarlan, Judith (2000)
Mamphela Ramphele: Ending Apartheid in South Africa
New York: Feminist Press. Women Changing the World Series. 112p.

Periodical articleIrbouh, Hamid (2000)
French Colonial Art Education and the Moroccan Feminine Milieu: A Case Study from Fez, 1927-1930
Maghreb Review. Volume 25 #3-4. p. 275-288.

Conference paperKruger, Gesine (2000)
'I Do Desire to See My Own Land': Women and Literacy in Southern Africa
Paper presented at the Conference, 'Public History: Forgotten History', August 22-25, 2000, University of Namibia, Windhoek, Namibia. August.

Conference paperMogbo, T.C. (2000)
Some Gender Differences in Enrollment for the Construction Disciplines in Federal Institutions in Niger State, 1986-1996
Paper presented at the 2nd International NAWACS (National Association of Women Academics) Conference, Abuja-Federal Capital, 5-10 September, 2000, Abuja, Nigeria.

Periodical articleNiehaus, Isak A. (2000)
See this publicationTowards a Dubious Liberation: Masculinity, Sexuality and Power in South African Lowveld Schools, 1953-1999
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 26 #3. September. p. 387-407.

Periodical articleThomas, Samuel S. (2000)
See this publicationTransforming the Gospel of Domesticity: Luhya Girls and the Friends Africa Mission, 1917-1926
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 43 #2. September. p. 1-27.

Periodical articleUnterhalter, Elaine (2000)
Remembering and Forgetting: Constructions of Education Gender Reform in Autobiography and Policy Texts of the South African Transition
History of Education. Volume 29 #5. p. 457-472.

Periodical articleVincent, Louise D. (2000)
See this publicationBread and Honour: White Working Class Women and Afrikaner Nationalism in the 1930s
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 26 #1. March. p. 61-78.

Periodical articleChisholm, Linda; Unterhalter, Elaine (1999)
See this publicationGender, Education and the Transition to Democracy: Research, Theory and Policy in South Africa, c. 1980-1998
Abstract presentTransformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa. #39. p. 1-25.

Periodical articleDangana, Muhammad (1999)
See this publicationThe Intellectual Contribution of Nana Asma'u to Women's Education in Nineteenth-Century Nigeria
Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs. Volume 19 #2. October. p. 285-290.

Periodical articleGabriel, Amakievi O.I. (1999)
Women and Indigenous Fishing Technology in Rivers State of Nigeria: A Source for African Traditional Educational Ideas
West African Journal of Archaeology. Volume 29 #1-2.

Book chapterHansen, Karen T. (1999)
The Cook, His Wife, the Madam, and Their Dinner: Cooking, Gender and Class in Zambia
In: Lentz, Carola (ed.). Changing Food Habits: Case Studies From Africa, South America and Europe. Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Publishers. p. 73-89.

Dissertation / thesisKiambuthi, Wairimu (1999)
Increasing Gender Awareness in Northern Kenya through a Video Curriculum
Ed.D. Dissertation: Columbia University Teachers College, New York, New York.

BookLindsey, Jennifer; Goodall, Jane (1999)
Jane Goodall: 40 Years at Gombe: A Tribute to Four Decades of Wildlife Research, Education, and Conservation
New York/London: Stewart, Tabori and Chang/Hi Marketing. 128p.

Periodical articleBrouwer, Compton (1998)
See this publicationBooks for Africans: Margaret Wrong and the Gendering of African Writing, 1923-1963
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 31 #1. p. 53-71.

BookBullock, Christine; Morgan, Kemi (eds.) (1998)
The Making of Good Wives, Good Mothers - Leading Lights of Society: The Story of St. Anne's School, Ibadan
Ibadan: Y-Books. 208p.

Periodical articleClark, Patricia G. (1998)
See this publicationA Gendered View of the History of Professionalization in South Africa
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 23 #3-4. p. 77-93.

Book chapterCsete, Joanne (1998)
Rites and Reason: Precolonial Education and Its Relevance to the Current Production and Transmission of Knowledge
In: Bloch, Marianne N. and Beoku-Betts, Josephine A. and Tabachnick, B. Robert (eds.). Women and Education in Sub-Saharan Africa: Power, Opportunities, and Constraints. Boulder, Colorado: Lynne Rienner Publishers.

Book chapterDay, Lynda R. (1998)
Rites and Reason: Precolonial Education and its Relevance to the Current Production and Transmission of Knowledge
In: Bloch, Marianne N. and Beoku-Betts, Josephine A. and Tabachnick, B. Robert (eds.). Women and Education in Sub-Saharan Africa: Power, Opportunities, and Constraints. Boulder, Colorado: Lynne Rienner Publishers. p. 49-72.

Periodical articleGlotzer, Richard (1998)
The Career of Mabel Carney, 1918-1941: Comparative Perspectives on Black Education in the United States and South Africa
Abstract presentAfricana Journal. Volume 17. p. 235-256.

Book chapterKumsa, Kuwee (1998)
Oromo Women and the Oromo National Movement: Dilemmas, Problems and Prospects for True Liberation
In: Jalata, Asafa (ed.). Oromo Nationalism and the Ethiopian Discourse: The Search for Freedom and Democracy. Lawrenceville, New Jersey: Red Sea Press.

Periodical articleNatsoulas, Theodore (1998)
The Politicization of the Ban on Female Circumcision and the Rise of the Independent School Movement in Kenya: The KCA, the Missions and Government, 1929-1932
Journal of Asian and African Studies. Volume 33 #2. May. p. 137-158.

Periodical articleOyeronke-Oyewumi (1998)
See this publicationMaking History, Creating Gender: Some Methodological and Interpretive Questions in the Writing of Oyo Oral Traditions
History in Africa. Volume 25. p. 263-305.

Book chapterShakry, O. (1998)
Schooled Mothers and Structured Play: Child Rearing in Turn-of-the-Century Egypt
In: Abu-Lughod, Lila (ed.). Remaking Women: Feminism and Modernity in the Middle East. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press. p. 126-170.

Periodical articleSheldon, Kathleen E. (1998)
See this publication'I Studied with the Nuns, Learning to Make Blouses': Gender Ideology and Colonial Education in Mozambique
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 31 #3. p. 595-625.

Conference paperVavrus, Frances K. (1998)
Population as Education Policy: The Education of Chagga Girls Past and Present
Paper presented at the 97th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), December 2-6, 1998, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Arlington, Virginia.

Book chapterAssie-Lumumba, N'dri T. (1997)
Educating Africa's Girls and Women: A Conceptual and Historical Analysis of Gender Inequality
In: Imam, Ayesha M. and Mama, Amina and Sow, Fatou (eds.). Engendering African Social Sciences. Dakar: Council for the Development of Economic and Social Research in Africa (CODESRIA). p. 297-316.

Book chapterBoyd, Jean (1997)
We Teach Girls That it is Wrong to Carry Babies on Their Backs! Or How Inappropriate Policies Damaged Girls' Education in Colonial Era
In: Tsiga, Isma'ila A. and Adamu, Abdalla U. (eds.). Islam and the History of Learning in Katsina. Ibadan: Spectrum Books/African Books Cooperative.

Conference paperConteh, Adama (1997)
The American Women's Missionary Association, and Women's Education in Sierra Leone: The Harford School for Girls
Paper presented at the 40th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 13-16, 1997, Columbus, Ohio. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University.

Periodical articled'Erneville, Annette M. (1997)
The Henriette Bathily Museum of Women's History, Goree: The First Private Museum in Senegal
West African Museums Programme (WAMP) Bulletin. #7. p. 5-6.

Periodical issueEgli, Martina; Krayer, Denise (1997)
See this publicationMothers and Daughters: The Training of African Nurses by Missionary Nurses of the Swiss Mission in South Africa
Le Fait Missionnaire: Social Sciences and Missions. #4. March. 135p.

Conference paperGoodridge, Richard (1997)
Trusteeship, Education, and Gender in Colonial Cameroon: The Impact of British Educational Policy
Paper presented at the 40th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 13-16, 1997, Columbus, Ohio. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University.

Periodical articleMafela, Lily (1997)
Competing Gender Ideologies: A Conceptual Framework for the Analysis of Education amongst Batswana of Botswana, c.1840-c.1994
Abstract presentPula: Botswana Journal of African Studies. Volume 11 #2. p. 155-165.

Periodical articleMgadla, P.T. (1997)
Missionary Wives, Women and Education: The Development of Literacy among the Batswana 1840-1937
Pula: Botswana Journal of African Studies. Volume 11 #1. p. 70-81.

Periodical articleMolvaer, Reidulf K. (1997)
See this publicationSiniddu Gebru: Pioneer Woman Writer, Feminist, Patriot, Educator, and Politician
Abstract presentNortheast African Studies. Volume 4 #3. p. 61-75.

Dissertation / thesisRussell, Mona L. (1997)
Creating the New Woman: Consumerism, Education, and National Identity in Egypt, 1863-1922
Ph.D. dissertation: Georgetown University, Washington, DC. 431p.

Conference paperUrban-Mead, Wendy E. (1997)
African Girls Mission Education in the Anabaptist: Key towards a History of the Mtshabezi Girls School, Matabeleland, Colonial Zimbabwe, 1907-1979
Paper presented at the 22nd Annual Conference of the New York State African Studies Asso., June 10-11, 1997, The Sages College, Troy, New York. June.

Conference paperBell, Heather (1996)
Midwifery Training in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, 1920-1940
Paper presented at the 39th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Asso. (ASA), November 23-26, 1996, San Francisco, California. Atlanta. Emory University.

Book chapterCoetzee, Marie; Van der Walt, M.; Ryke, A. (1996)
Bibliography of Archival Material on Women in the UNISA (University of South Africa) Library
In: Landman, C. Christina (ed.). Digging Up Our Foremothers: Stories of Women in Africa. Pretoria: University of South Africa Press.

Book chapterGaitskell, Deborah L. (1996)
Women and Education in South Africa: How Helpful Are the Mission Archives?
In: Bickers, R.A. and Seton, R. (eds.). Missionary Archives. London: Curzon Press. p. 114-127.

Periodical articleGlotzer, Richard (1996)
See this publicationThe Career of Mabel Carney: The Study of Race and Rural Development in the United States and South Africa
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 29 #2. p. 309-336.

Dissertation / thesisHabtu, Alem (1996)
Women's Education in Ethiopia in Historical Perspective and the (1979-1991) National Literacy Campaign
Ph.D. dissertation: New School for Social Research, New York, New York. 252p.

Periodical articleToensing, Chris (1996)
See this publicationThe Shaykh and the Saviors: Conceptions of Gender in Two Approaches to Girl's Education in the Northern Sudan, 1907-1921
Arab Studies Journal. Volume 4 #1. p. 55-69.

Conference paperVan Der Veur, Shirley M. (1996)
Women at Work: Primary School Teachers of Colonial Botswana
Paper presented at the 39th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Asso. (ASA), November 23-26, 1996, San Francisco, California. Atlanta. Emory University.

Book chapterBell, Morag (1995)
'Citizenship Not Charity': Violet Markham on Nature, Society and the State in Britain and South Africa
In: Bell, Morag and Butlin, Robin A. and Heffernan, Michael J. (eds.). Geography and Imperialism, 1820-1940. Manchester/New York: Manchester University Press. p. 189-220.

Conference paperBoisseau, Tracey J. (1995)
White Queens in the Dark Mirror: The Construction of White Female Subjectivity in the Othering of Africa
Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association, Orlando, Florida, November, 1995.

Periodical articleBrouwer, Ruth C. (1995)
See this publicationMargaret Wrong's Literacy Work and the 'Remaking of Women' in Africa, 1929-48
Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History. Volume 23 #3. September. p. 427-452.

Book chapterDenzer, LaRay (1995)
Nigerian Women and Colonial Development: Early Attempts to Promote Female Mass Education, 1943-1953
In: Papers of the 39th/40th Annual Congress of the Historical Society of Nigeria. Ilorin, Nigeria: University of Ilorin.

Book chapterDenzer, LaRay (1995)
Nigerian Women, Development and Adult Education: The Colonial Experience
In: Papers of the 39th/40th Annual Congress of the Historical Society of Nigeria. Ilorin, Nigeria: University of Ilorin.

Conference paperEkejiuba, Felicia I. (1995)
Nigerian Women, Development and Adult Education: The Colonial Experience
Paper presented at the Workshop on Women in Development, July 17, 1995, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria.

Periodical articleMafela, Lily (1995)
See this publicationGender and Class in the Early Classes and Fellowship Services
Abstract presentBotswana Notes and Records. Volume 27. p. 111-118.

Conference paperOkonkwo, Rina (1995)
The Establishment of Queen's College, Lagos the First Government Girls' Secondary School in Nigeria, 1920-27
Paper presented at the 1995 Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of African Studies (CAAS), May 10-13, 1995, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada.

Conference paperPollard, Lisa (1995)
Making Babies, Making Mothers: State Education and the Creation of Egyptian Nationals (1889-1919)
Paper presented at the 1995 Annual Meeting of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), December 6-10, 1995, Washington, D.C. Tucson, Arizona: University of Arizona.

Conference paperToensing, Chris (1995)
The Shaykh and the Saviors: Conceptions of Gender in Two Approaches to Girl's Education in the Northern Sudan, 1907-1920
Paper presented at the 1995 Annual Meeting of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), December 6-10, 1995, Washington, D.C. Tucson, Arizona: University of Arizona.

Conference paperAdama, F.L. (1994)
The Significance and Relevance of Gender History, Nation-Building and Development: The Conceptualization of History
Paper presented at the Annual Congress of the Historical Society of Nigeria, June 27-30, 1994.

Conference paperAlahira, H. (1994)
The Significance and Relevance of Gender Study of History, Nation Building and Development: The Conceptualization of History
Paper presented at the Annual Congress of the Historical Society of Nigeria, June 27-30, 1994.

Periodical articleEkpo, Veronica (1994)
Relics of the Women's War of 1929 in South-Eastern Nigeria
West African Museums Programme (WAMP) Bulletin. #5. p. 47-48.

Book chapterGaitskell, Deborah L. (1994)
At Home with Hegemony? Coercion and Consent in African Girls' Education for Domesticity in South Africa before 1910
In: Engels, Dagmar and Marks, Shula (eds.). Contesting Colonial Hegemony: State and Society in Africa and India. New York/London: British Academic Press (I.B. Tauris)/German Historical Institute. p. 110-128.

Conference paperHatem, Mervat F. (1994)
The Professional Discourses in Femininity in Nineteenth Century Egypt: A Comparative Study of Medical and Educational Texts
Paper presented at the Conference, Women in the Ottoman Empire: History and Legacy of the Early Modern Middle East, April 17-18, 1994, University of Maryland-College Park, College, Park, Maryland.

Periodical articleMafela, Lily (1994)
The Mochudi Homecraft Centre: Training Batswana for a Euro-Western Type of Womanhood, 1943-1972
Mosenodi. Volume 2 #1. p. 3-16.

Periodical articleMafela, Lily (1994)
See this publicationDomesticity: The Basis for Missionary Education of Batswana Women to the End of the 19th Century
Abstract presentBotswana Notes and Records. Volume 26. p. 87-93.

BookMcIntyre, Josephine (1994)
White Stoep on the Highway: Rustenburg School for Girls: A History, 1894-1994
Rustenburg, South Africa: Rustenburg School for Girls. 138p.

Periodical articleSchleifer, A. (1994)
Muslim Women and Education: Historical Foundations and Twentieth Century Egypt
Muslim Education Quarterly. Volume 11 #3. p. 5.

Periodical articleGadsden, Fay (1993-1994)
Patriarchal Attitudes: Male Control over and Policies towards Female Education in Northern Rhodesia, 1924-1963
Abstract presentZambia Journal of History. #6-7. p. 25-45.

Periodical articleBradlow, Edna (1993)
See this publicationWomen and Education in Nineteenth-Century South Africa: The Attitudes and Experiences of Middle-Class, English-Speaking Females at the Cape
South African Historical Journal. #28. p. 119-150.

Conference paperBrouwer, Ruth C. (1993)
Margaret Wrong's Literacy Work and the 'Remaking of Women in Africa', 1929-1948
Paper presented at the 22nd Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of African Studies (CAAS), May 12-15, 1993, Toronto. University of Toronto. Centre for Urban and Community Studies.

BookChew, Shirley; Rutherford, Anna (eds.) (1993)
Unbecoming Daughters of Empire
Sydney, Australia: Dangaroo Press.

BookGadsden, Fay (1993)
'A Delicate Task': The Education of Girls at Chipembi, 1927-1946
Lusaka: University of Zambia, Department of History. 31p.

Dissertation / thesisMafela, Lily (1993)
Competing Gender Ideologies in Education in Bechuanaland Protectorate, c.1840-c.1945
Ph.D. dissertation: Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. 432p.

Periodical articlePienaar, Sara (1993)
See this publicationInterview with Phyllis Lewsen
South African Historical Journal. #28. p. 15-32.

Book chapterBadran, Margot (1992)
Expressing Feminism and Nationalism in Autobiography: The Memoirs of an Egyptian Educator
In: Smith, Sidonie and Watson, Julie (eds.). De/Colonizing the Subject: The Politics of Gender in Women's Autobiography. Minneapolis, Minnesota: University of Minnesota Press. p. 270-293.

BookBeasley, Ina (1992)
Before the Wind Changed: People, Places and Education in the Sudan
Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press. Oriental and African Archives #1. 483p.

Periodical articleBoaten, Nana Abayie (1992)
The Changing Role of Queenmothers in the Akan Polity
Abstract presentResearch Review. Volume 8 #1-2. p. 90-100.

Periodical articleDu Toit, Marijke (1992)
See this publication'Die Bewustheid van Armoed': The ACVV (Afrikaans Christian Women Society) and the Construction of Afrikaner Identity, 1904-1928
Abstract presentSocial Dynamics. Volume 18 #2. December. p. 1-25.

Book chapterMusisi, Nakanyike B. (1992)
Colonial and Missionary Education: Women and Domesticity in Uganda, 1900-1945
In: Hansen, Karen T. (ed.). African Encounters With Domesticity. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press. p. 172-194.

BookSchmidt, Elizabeth S. (1992)
Peasants, Traders and Wives: Shona Women in the History of Zimbabwe, 1870-1939
London: J. Currey. Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Heinemann. Harare: Baobab. Social History of Africa Series. 304p.

Dissertation / thesisSchulman, Gwendolyn (1992)
Colonial Education for African Girls in Afrique Occidentale Francaise: A Project for Gender Reconstruction, 1819-1960
M.A. Thesis: McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Book chapterBerkey, J.P. (1991)
Women and Islamic Education in the Mamluk Period
In: Keddie, Nikki R. and Baron, Beth A. (eds.). Women in Middle Eastern History: Shifting Boundaries in Sex and Gender. New Haven: Yale University Press. p. 143-159.

Conference paperBrouwer, Ruth C. (1991)
Margaret Wrong and the Quest for Literacy in Africa, 1929-1948
Paper presented at the 20th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of African Studies (CAAS), May 16-18, 1991, Toronto, Canada. York University.

Conference paperKirchmeier, Andrew F. (1991)
Secondary Social Studies in Rhodesia-Zimbabwe 1890-1990: Between Social Change and Reproduction
Paper presented at the 34th Annual Conference of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 23-26, 1991, St. Louis, Missouri. Atlanta. Emory University.

Conference paperAwe, Bolanle (1990)
Historical Patterns, Customs and Traditions Restricting Access of Girls to Education
Paper presented at the Workshop on the Constraints to Female Education in Nigeria: Strategies for Research. Lagos: Federal Ministry of Education, Women's Education Branch and the World Bank and the Rockefeller Foundation.

Book chapterCock, Jacklyn (1990)
Domestic Service and Education for Domesticity: The Incorporation of Xhosa Women into Colonial Society
In: Walker, Cherryl (ed.), Women and Gender in Southern Africa to 1945. p. 76-96.

Conference paperDenzer, LaRay (1990)
Expanding the Frontiers of Opportunity: Female Independent School Proprietors in Ibadan, 1945-1967
Paper presented at the 33rd Annual Conference of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 1-4, 1990, Baltimore, Maryland. Atlanta. Emory University.

Book chapterHughes, Heather (1990)
'A Lighthouse for African Womanhood': Inanda Seminary, 1869-1945
In: Walker, Cherryl (ed.), Women and Gender in Southern Africa to 1945. p. 197-220.

Conference paperKanogo, Tabitha M. (1990)
Education for Colonial Women in Kenya
Paper presented at the 33rd Annual Conference of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 1-4, 1990, Baltimore, Maryland. Atlanta. Emory University.

Book chapterKheir, Al Haj Hamad M. (1990)
Sudanese Women in History and Historiography: A Proposed Strategy for Curriculum Change
In: Lajnah al-Qawmiyah al-Sudaniyah lil-sukkan. Sudanese Women's Studies: Towards a Curricula Development for Higher Education. Khartoum: national Population Committee.

Periodical articleNtimo-Makara, Matora T. (1990)
The Women's Response to the Missionary Initiative in the Provision of Education for Women in Lesotho: A Brief Historical Overview
BOLESWA (Botswana, Lesotho, Swaziland) Educational Research Journal. Volume 7. p. 49-57.

Book chapterAbadon, G.N. (1989)
The Impact of Colonialism on Women's Involvement in Science and Technology
In: Univ. of Ibadan, Women's Research and Documentation Centre. The Impact of Colonialism on Nigerian Women: Papers Presented at the Symposium on the Impact of Colonialism on Nigerian Women. Ibadan: Univ. of Ibadan, Women's Research and Docu. Centre.

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