Dartmouth.gif (4440 bytes)

nhpbanner.gif (10132 bytes)

A Dartmouth College and York University/UNESCO/SSHRCC Nigerian Hinterland Project Workshop

Dartmouth College • May 18 –20, 2001 

Atlantic Crossings: Women’s Voices, Women’s Stories from the Caribbean and the Nigerian Hinterland 

Papers ( Adobe Acrobat PDF format)
Recovering and Re-appraising the life of women slaves in the plantation society
Adeyinka Theresa Ajayi (University of Ado Ekiti)
Thought on Nigerian Brain Drain: Linkages and Collaboration for Remodiation
Samuel (). Asein (University of Ibadan)
Black women speaking in the voice of others
Nemata Blyden (University of Texas - Dallas)
Recoverying The Voices And Life Histories Of Igbo Women: Sources And Methodological Considerations
Gloria Chuku (South Carolina State University)
Nigerian Women's Empowerment: The Voice of Folayegbe Mosunmola Akintunde-Ighodalo, 1953 to the Present
LaRay Denzer (Northwestern University)
Caribbean Women and the Question of Knowledge
Veronica Gregg (City University of New York)
The Historian and the Female Entrepreneur: Reconstructing the History of the Female Trader During the Era of the Slave Trade and the Period of ‘Legitimate’ Commerce
Dawn Harris (York University)
Recovering Voices: Exploring Sources of Data In Post-Emancipation Jamaica
Shakira Maragh-Maxwell (University of the West Indies)
ARCHIVES OF THE HEART OR “IMAGINARY FAMILY TREES”? MARYSE CONDE’S AMBIGUOUS QUEST FOR ORIGINS
Anthea Morrison (University of the West Indies, Cave Hill)
YORUBA WOMEN, CASH CROP PRODUCTION AND THE COLONIAL STATE, C.1920-1957
Olatunji Ojo, (York University)
Locating Enslaved Women’s Voices in the Colonial Caribbean: The Promises and Pitfalls of ‘Ventriloquism’.
Verene A. Shepherd (University of the West Indies)
“Por el Amor!” Child Killing in Colonial Nueva Granada
Renée Soulodre-La France (York University)
Future Linkages and Collaboration: Some considerations and Suggestions

Elisee Soumonni (Universite Nationale du Benin)