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Oyeronke Oyewumi

Oyeronke Oyewumi is Associate Professor of Sociology at SUNY Stony Brook. She was born in Nigeria and educated at the University of Ibadan and the University of California at Berkeley, Oyewumi has been widely recognized for her work. The monograph Invention won the 1998 Distinguished Book Award of the American Sociological Association and was a finalist for the Herskovitts Prize of the African Studies Association in the same year. She has garnered a number of research fellowships, including Rockefeller Fellowships, a Presidential fellowship, and a Ford Foundation grant. Oyewumi's most recent research support was a Rockefeller Humanities Fellowship on Human Security (2003/2004), managed by National Council for Research on Women. (NCRW).

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Gender Epistemologies in Africa
Gendering Traditions, Spaces, Social Institutions, and Identities

Palgrave Macmillan
This book brings together a variety of studies that are engaged with notions of gender in different African localities, institutions and historical time...
Oyeronke Oyewumi

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