Modern Sub-Saharan African history, African women's history, Gender and nationalism
PhD, Purdue University, 2013
Academic Interests and Research :
My research focuses primarily on modern sub-Saharan African women's history. I am particularly interested in issues of gendered nationalism and citizenship in Cameroon (1960s-1980s).
Professional Awards/Activities/Grants and/or Fellowships:
- Schmidt Grant, American Historical Association, 2013
- Visiting scholar, The Buffett Center for International and Comparative Studies, Northwestern University, 2012-2013
- Visiting researcher, Friends of the University of Wisconsin Madison Libraries Grant-in-Aid Scholar, University of Wisconsin-Madison, April 2012
Courses Taught at Baylor:
- HIS 1307 World History since 1500
- HIS 3316 History of Africa to 1900
- HIS 3317 History of Africa since 1900
- HIS 4340 Women and Gender in Modern Africa
Why I Came To Baylor:
"I came to Baylor because of the university's commitment to strong research agendas and excellence in teaching. I was also impressed with the university's commitment to foster Christian values and encourage spiritual growth within the Baylor community."