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Book Chapter
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Author, Analytic
Wariboko, Waibinte E.
Author Affiliation, Ana.
History; Faculty of Arts and Education
Title, Analytic
The status, role and influence of women in the eastern delta states of Nigeria, 1850-1910: Examples from New Calabar
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Shepherd, Verene; Bailey, Barbara; Brereton, Bridget
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Engendering history: Caribbean women in historical perspective
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Place of Publication
Kingston, Jamaica
Publisher Name
Ian Randle
Date of Publication
1995
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369-383
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Also published London: James Currey, 1995; New York: St. Martin's Press, 1995
Abstract
Admits that traditional Africa was, to a large extent, a male-dominated society, but suggests that the view of female marginalization has been overstated. Aims to redress the imbalances and distortions in the historiography by investigating the status, role and influence of women as New Calabar responded to change from about 1850-1900. To place these issues in perspective, discusses how the female image, potentials and capacities were perceived through some of the extant myths and legends relating to the origins of communal socio-cultural and political institutions. Information is also derived from oral tradition and written sources.....
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