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Elizabeth Macgonagle

Associate Professor, History
Primary office:
2005 Wescoe Hall



Current Research
Current Projects
Examination of the politics and power of ethnic awareness in southeast Africa during the twentieth century.
Research Interests

African history and Comparative Black history with interests in social and cultural history and gender studies.

Selected Publications

"Mightier than the Sword: The Portuguese Pen in Ndau History,"

Courses Taught

Sexuality and Gender in African History (HIST 598/AAAS 598), Modern African History (HIST 300/ AAAS 305), Introduction to African History (HIST 104/AAAS 105), Historical Methods (HIST 393), and graduate seminars in African history and comparative women's history.


Ph.D. Michigan State (2002)


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