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Dr Lindah Mhando

Gender Institute

Email: L.Mhando@lse.ac.uk|

Dr Lindah Mhando

Visiting Associate Professor 

Gender Institute

Email: L.Mhando@lse.ac.uk|

Room: COL.5.04K, Columbia House, LSE

Lindah Mhando (PhD) is currently a Visiting Associate Professor of African & African America Studies and Women Studies & Research Associate – Center for Study of Race, Gender Ethnicity and Gender in the Social Sciences at Duke University. Her teachings and research interests focused on the interplay between three interrelated areas: Gender, cultural studies and Inequality. 

a) Qualitative Research methods specifically interrelationship between scholarship, pedagogy and minority youth achievement in higher education. 

b) Gender and cultural studies with particular focus questions of citizenship and migration. 

c) Critical study of race, gender and Inequality as interrelated to social movement and intersectionality.

She has conducted extensive research in Algeria, Senegal, Sudan, Tanzania and the United States.

Books

Journal Articles

  • “Naming, Agency and Identity in Emecheta’s The Family.”  (with Yenika Agbaw, V), Making Connections: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Cultural Diversity. (2013), Vol. 14, number 2, pp.55-62.
  • “Under Ivory-Tower Eyes: Influence of Womanist Warriors as Public intellectuals.”  Feminist Wire. (2012)
  • “Delicate Transaction of Neo-liberal Policies to Irregular Migration Streams in the CIS Regions 1990s.” (with Thomas, D).,  Journal of African and Asian Studies. (2011), Vol.11 (1-2), pp.30-65.
  • “Tanzania and the Geo-Politics of Rural Development: The Return Of Neoliberalism.”  Journal of Emerging Knowledge on Emerging Markets. (2011), Vol. 3, pp.454-472. 
  • “From Smorgasbord Pedagogy to Critical Pedagogy: Rethinking How we Teach Race” (with Phillion, S).,” in Peter Kauffman (Ed) 2nd Edition. Washington, D. C.: American Sociological Association Teaching Resource Center.  (2007), pp.108-121. 
  • “Theorizing African Identities and Multiple Modernities: Questions Revisited.”  in William Martin  & Michael West (Eds) Journal of Concerned African Scholars. (ACAS) (2006).72 spring, pp. 28-34.
  • 2013/14 Nominated to the for the Von der Heyden prestigious Fellowship. (Duke University).
  • 2013 Book Award. New York African Studies Association.
  • 2012/14 Visiting Fellowship African and African American Studies, Duke University
  • 2011 Faculty Mentor African & African American Student Association, Pennsylvania  State  University
  • 2010-11 Fellow Rock Ethics Institute/ Schreyer Honors College, Pennsylvania State University
  • 2010 Residential Fellowship at WARA (West African Research Association) to finalize the archive project and Manuscript in Senegal. (Aug-Dec)
  • 2010 Fellow Future of Minority Studies/ Mellon Fellowship, Cornell University (Summer)
  • 2009 Residency Library Fellowship University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign (Summer)
  • 2008 & 09 Featured Who is who Among University Professors in the US
  • 2007 Distinguished Faculty of the Year Award Yearly Award at St. Cloud State University
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