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Gender and the End of Slavery in the Region of Kayes, French Soudan : The Sam’s Court Cases (1925-1926)

Melka, Fabrice (7 déc. 2012)

Through a detailed examination of a series of court cases, which took place in French Soudan in the 1920s and which all concerned marital disputes between the spouses Sams, this paper aims to analyze some of the consequences of the end of slavery and colonialism on gender in the region of Kayes in ...

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Women as Agents of Empire : Sexuality and Immigration in the Spanish Empire during the XVIIIth century

Melka, Fabrice (28 déc. 2012)

Although colonization has largely been seen as masculine effort, women were a critical part of late colonial colonization schemes. These imperial projects, which involved the voluntary resettlement of families from one part of the empire to another, were predicated on assumptions about the role of ...

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Contesting Pahari Conjugality in the Western Himalayas: Sexuality, Colonialism and the Question of Inheritance

Melka, Fabrice (3 déc. 2012)

The historiography of social reform in colonial India continues to be influenced by the dominant language of critique of the lived lives of the natives. In the context of western Himalayan region, the hilly areas of colonial Punjab, this early twentieth century debate was largely influenced by the ...

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Femmes anthropologues en contexte colonial dans l’entre-deux-guerres

Melka, Fabrice (22 déc. 2012)

Contrairement à la plupart des autres disciplines scientifiques, l’anthropologie française a accueilli les femmes avec une réelle bienveillance lors de son institutionnalisation dans la première moitié du XXe siècle. C’est ainsi que de nombreuses femmes, parmi lesquelles Denise Paulme, ...

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US Global Expansion and the Gendering of Iraqi Education, 1921-1958

Melka, Fabrice (6 déc. 2012)

My paper looks at struggles between British authorities, Arab nationalists, and U.S.-trained officials over female education in Iraq from the start of British Mandate rule in 1921 through Iraq’s nominal independence in 1932 to the 1958 revolution. Against the British strategy of divide-and-rule, ...

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French Women in Indochina (1897-1930)

Melka, Fabrice (22 déc. 2012)

Following the establishment of the Société d’émigration des femmes françaises (1897), a large body of emigration promotional literature made its appearance in the métropole to encourage metropolitan women to move to the empire outposts as it was believed that rare were those who were willing ...

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Dames employées à la Compagnie du Canal de Suez. L’“égyptianisation” du personnel féminin, 1941-1956

Melka, Fabrice (7 déc. 2012)

A cause de raisons techniques indépendantes de notre volonté, cette communication n’a pas pu être enregistrée. Nous nous en excusons. Due to technical difficulties beyond our control, this paper could not be recorded. We wish to apologise. Les « Services Égypte » de la Compagnie ...

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They shew no signs of resistance: Indigenous domestic work in early colonial Australia, 1789 to 1820

Melka, Fabrice (7 déc. 2012)

A cause de raisons techniques indépendantes de notre volonté, cette communication n’a pas pu être enregistrée. Nous nous en excusons. Due to technical difficulties beyond our control, this paper could not be recorded. We wish to apologise. In December 1790, Lieutenant Philip Gidley King, ...

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Colonial Legal Regimes, Customary Law and Gender Justice among Maasai Pastoralists in Tanganyika, 1916-1961

Melka, Fabrice (6 déc. 2012)

Historians, anthropologists and other scholars of gender have long looked to the implementation and interaction of colonial and customary legal regimes as rich sites through which to explore colonial gender productions and contestations. Some scholars have examined how colonial efforts to codify ...

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