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CEsA Spring Module 2017 - Cartaz

SPRING MODULE CEsA/CSG/ISEG 2017

SEEKING GENDERED PERSPECTIVES | Jeanne Penvenne

11, 12 & 13 MAY 2017
@AMPHITHEATER 1, ISEG - Universidade de Lisboa

 

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SPEAKER:

Jeanne Penvenne
Professor of History at Faculty International Relations & Africana Studies - Tufts University: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Biography
Social and labor historian. Her work focuses on the urban African population of colonial era Mozambique. Her first books, Trabalhadores de Lourenço Marques and African Workers and Colonial Racism, considered the largely male labor force from the turn of the twentieth century to the political insurrection of the 1960s. This book led her to the third book, Women, Migration and the Cashew Economy of Southern Mozambique, 1945-1974, which focuses labor, gender, migration in southern Mozambique. Aside from teaching in the History, International Relations, Africana and Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies programs at Tufts, Jeanne Penvenne also taught and helped to develop curricula in African Historiography, Gender and Oral History at Universidade Eduardo Mondlane, Maputo - Mozambique.

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Organisation:

CEsA: Centro de Estudos sobre África, Ásia e América Latina

ISEG: Lisbon School of Economics and Management/ULisboa

 

Sponsores:

FCT: Fundação para a ciência e a Tecnologia

FLAD: Fundação Luso-Americana para o Desenvolvimento

Programa PLOTINA (EU)

 

Lisbon 2017@CEsA/CSG/ISEG

 

Find more about this Spring Module and about the Speaker HERE.

 

>>Consult the available materials HERE.