Cultural history of gender, sexuality, the body, and the senses; modern France, Britain and America; European intellectual and cultural history.
Office Hours Spring 2020: Th. 4:00-7:00 & by appointment
Director of the Hall Center for the Humanities and Charles W. Battey Distinguished Professor of History at the University of Kansas.
Hannington Ochwada is a lecturer of African History in the departments of History and of African and African-American Studies. Originally from Kenya and a native Kiswahili speaker, he has taught in the U.S for many years. His research focuses on gender and sexuality in East Africa and introduces students and community members to concepts of global Islam and religious syncretism.
History of gender and race in African American and Native American education; history of Kansas; United States history; women's history; citizenship and American identity; race and gender relations; identity development in the African Diaspora; social, civil rights, and reform movements.
Office Hours Spring 2020: Tu. 12:00-3:00