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Daughters of the goddess, daughters of imperialism : African women struggle for culture, power and democracy
* 1. Introduction. * 2. African women present realities and which way forward? * 3. A history of class transformations: contemporary women's organizations in Nigeria. * 4. Class contestation in NCWSExpand
African words, African voices : critical practices in oral history
Introduction: Voices, Words, and African History David William Cohen, Stephan F. Miescher, and Luise White Part 1 Giving Africa a History The Construction of Luo Identity and History Bethwell AllanExpand
Domesticity and difference: male breadwinners, working women, and colonial citizenship in the 1945 Nigerian general strike.
  • L. Lindsay
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • The American historical review
  • 1 June 1999
FROM JUNE 22 TO AUGUST 6, 1945, around 40,000 Nigerian workers-mostly civil servants and railwaymen in Yorubaland in the southwest-stayed off their jobs to protest the government's refusal to raiseExpand
Working with Gender: Wage Labor and Social Change in Southwestern Nigeria
Working with Gender: Wage Labor and Social Change in Southwestern Nigeria. By Lisa A. Lindsay. Portsmouth, N.H.: Heinemann, 2003. Social History of Africa. Pp. xvi, 241; 15 illustrations. $63.95Expand
EXTRAVERSION, CREOLIZATION, AND DEPENDENCY IN THE ATLANTIC SLAVE TRADE*
  • L. Lindsay
  • Political Science
  • The Journal of African History
  • 29 May 2014
Abstract This article considers the Atlantic slave trade in relation to ‘extraversion’ in African history. Drawing especially on the work of Jean-François Bayart, it argues that slaving fit aExpand
Biography and the Black Atlantic
Introduction: Biography and the Black Atlantic PART I. PARAMETERS Chapter 1. A Historical Appreciation of the Biographical Turn -Joseph C. Miller Chapter 2. Understanding the Slave Experience in WestExpand
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