Dr. Curry is a Fulbright Scholar, an expert in documenting apartheid and sexism in South Africa, an author, and an Associate Professor of History and Ethnic Studies at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
Dawne Y. Curry is an Associate Professor of History and Ethnic Studies. She received her Ph.D. in African History from Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan in 2006. Curry’s research field is 20th and 21st century African history with an emphasis on South African protest and resistance struggles. She also explores oral history, women and gender studies, comparative black history, and African colonial history. This Fulbright Scholar (South Africa, 2017-2018) is the author of Social Justice at Apartheid’s Dawn: African Women Intellectuals and the Quest to Save the Nation (2022) and Apartheid on a Black Isle: Removal and Resistance in Alexandra, South Africa (2012).
Dawne Y. Curry
Source – University of Nebraska – Lincoln
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