Women and Cotton Production in Mozambique


Dr. Benigna Zimba discusses the historical role that women in Mozambique have played in what was originally a colonial enterprise involving forced labor and the ways in which women maneuvered their way through that system and into the postcolonial present.


Friday, March 10, 2006
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
6275 Bunche Hall
History Conference Room
UCLA campus
Los Angeles, CA 90095

March 10
Benigna Zimba
[12 noon, Friday, 6275 Bunche Hall]
Dr. Benigna Zimba’s talk focuses on the historical role that women in Mozambique have played in what was originally a colonial enterprise involving forced labor and the ways in which women maneuvered their way through that system and into the postcolonial present. Dr. Benigna Zimba is the Head of the History Department at Eduardo Mondlane University in Maputo, Mozambique.


www.women.ucla.edu/csw/CSWhome.htm


Center for the Study of Women
Box 957222 Public Policy 1400H
Los Angeles, CA 90095-7222
Mail Code: 722203 (UCLA use only)
310.825.0590 PHONE
FAX TO COME
csw@women.ucla.edu


 


Cost : Free and open to the public

For more information please contact:

Center for the Study of WomenTel: 310-825-0590

csw@women.ucla.edu


www.women.ucla.edu/csw/CSWhome.htm


Sponsor(s): African Studies Center, Department of History, Gender Studies