Monday, 30 March 2009

Nwando Achebe



Nwando Achebe is Associate Professor of African History at Michigan State University. She served as a Ford Foundation and Fulbright-Hays Scholar-in-Residence at the Hansberry African Studies Institute and history department of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, in 1996 and 1998. Dr. Achebe’s research interests involve the use of oral history in the study of women, gender, and power in eastern Nigeria. She has published a number of articles on research methods, Igbo women and gender, as well as indigenous "slave" systems.

4 comments:

Rising from my Ashes said...

Is she daughter to Chinue Achebe?

Gin said...

Yes, she is.

Anonymous said...

Isn't she full prof. now?

Anonymous said...

She has published two books, one which she won two awards for; and she is full prof