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Recent Discussion Posts
Experts et expertises dans les mandats de la Société des Nations : figures, champs et outils
(19 et 20 février 2015, Paris, France)
Posted by Natalie Tarr
Reshaping 20th Century Colonial Agriculture, the Environment, and the Family
Medical History has recently published its first special issue on South Africa: 'New Directions and Challenges in Histories of Health, Healing and Medicine in South Africa’, edited by Julie Parle and Vanessa Noble of the University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Here are some sources on women and politics, war, and peace in Sierra Leone that might be helpful in your research.
Bai-Marro, Elizabeth. 1999. Women in the Sierra Leone Conflict. ACAS Bulletin, 55/56 (Spring/Summer): 58-60.
Coulter, Chris. 2009. Bush Wives and Girl Soldiers: Women's Lives Through War and Peace in Sierra Leone. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press.
We are happy to introduce the Commons Crossroads, a new kind of network for content delivered from all H-Net Networks around a single topic, representing the intersection of scholarship and thinking from across our many fields. Our first multi-network topic: The World Cup!