Joyce Chadya

Associate Professor

Office: 345 University College
Phone: (204) 474-8219
E-Mail: Joyce.Chadya@umanitoba.ca

 

EDUCATION

PhD, University of Minnesota
M.A., University of Zimbabwe
B.A. (Hons), University of Zimbabwe
Joyce Chadya

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Africa in general, Southern Africa, 20th Century Zimbabwe, African Women

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

“Voting with their Feet,”: Women’s Flight to Harare During Zimbabwe’s Liberation War, 1974 -1980,” Canadian Journal of History, 2008.
"Ukubhinya," Gender and Sexual Violence in Bulawayo, Colonial Zimbabwe, 1946-1956", in Journal of Southern Africa, 31, 3, 2005 (co-authored with Koni Benson).
"Ukubhinya," Gender and Sexual Violence in Bulawayo, Colonial Zimbabwe, 1946-1956", in Zambezia, 30, 1, 2003 (co-authored with Koni Benson).
"Mother Politics: Nationalism and the Women Question in Africa", in Journal of Women's History, (Indiana) 15, 3, 2003.
"The Plight of Migrant Elderly People on Zimbabwe's Farms and Mines", Zambezia, 29, 1, 2002.

COURSES TAUGHT

2017-2018
HIST 1380 Modern World History, 1800 to present
HIST 2500 History of Africaa
HIST 3504 Apartheid South Africa and the Struggle for Democracy

2016-2017
HIST 1380 Modern World History, 1800 to present (T1)
HIST 1380 Modern World History, 1800 to present (T2)
HIST 2500 History of Africa
HIST 3110 History of South Africa: From Jan van Riebeck to Nelson Mandela

2015-2016
HIST 3110 Topics: Apartheid South Africa
HIST 3110 Topics: Africa: Resources and Development

2014-2015
HIST 1380 Modern World History, 1800 to present
HIST 2500 History of Africa
HIST 3110 Topics: Nelson Mandela from Prison to President
HIST 4000/7772 Topics: Society and Disease in Africa

2013-2014
HIST 2500 History of Africa
HIST 3110 Topics in History I: South Africa from Jan van Riebeck to Nelson Mandela (Fall Term)
HIST 3110 Topics in History I: History of Southern Africa (Winter Term)

2012-2013
HIST 1380 World History since 1500
HIST 2500 History of Africa
HIST 4000/HIST 7772  Social History of Africa

2011-2012
HIST 3110 Topics in History I: South Africa from Jan van Riebeck to Nelson Mandela