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Primary Academic Program: Master of Arts in Teaching Program
Academic Program Affiliation(s): Historical Studies
Area of Specialization: Africa
Research Interests: Zimbabwe; religion & gender; colonial Africa
Teaching Interests: modern Africa; global religious history; modern europe; global history of world war one era
Other Interests: european imperialism since 1800; history of christianity
2008-09-04 — Presentation
I will be presenting a paper in October 2008 at the North-East Workshop on Southern Africa (NEWSA), held in Burlington VT. The paper's title is "Mwali and the Brethren in Christ: embodied spiritual rivalry in colonial Matabeleland"
2008-09-04 — Publication
I have a chapter in Barbara Reeves-Ellington, Kathryn Kish Sklar, and Connie Shemo, eds. Competing Kingdoms: Women, Mission, Nation, and the American Protestant Empire, 1812-1960 (forthcoming, Duke University Press.)
The title of the chapter I wrote is, "An ‘Unwomanly’ Woman and Her Sons in Christ: Faith, Empire & Gender in Colonial Rhodesia, 1899-1906"