In this Issue
The Journal of West African History (JWAH) is a new, important, initiative in the field of African Studies published by Michigan State University Press in collaboration with Michigan State University’s African Studies Center and History Department. An interdisciplinary peer-reviewed research journal, JWAH is located at the cutting edge of new scholarship on the social, cultural, economic, and political history of West Africa and publishes the highest quality articles on West African history. It fills a representational gap by providing a forum for serious scholarship and debate on women and gender, sexuality, slavery, oral history, popular and public culture, and religion.
published byMichigan State University Press
viewing issueVolume 3, Number 2, Fall 2017
Table of Contents
- Male Daughters, Female Husbands at Thirty
- pp. 93-101
- Gender Field Experience, Method and Theory
- pp. 131-138
- "Sitting on a Man": Forty Years Later
- pp. 146-155
- Man Sitting with Judith Van Allen
- pp. 173-182
- Politics and the Writing of "Sitting on a Man"
- pp. 190-199
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