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Amanda Lewis-Nang'ea

Visiting Assistant Professor
Sturges 13
lewisam@geneseo.edu

Dr. Amanda Lewis-Nang'ea is a specialist in African history and the history of science, focusing on the history of pastoralists and wildlife conservation in East Africa. Her work blends oral histories of the Maasai, scientists, conservationists, and wildlife management with archival and scientific research.
 

Amanda Lewis-Nang'ea

Office Hours

T, 11:00am-1pm

Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • B.A., King University, Bristol, TN

  • M.A., East Tennessee State University

  • Ph.D., Michigan State University

Classes

  • BLKS 288: Exp:African Nationalism
  • HIST 112: S/HistMat:S.Afr&Anti-Apartheid

    This course will introduce students to the field of global history through focus on historians' approaches to broad themes, problems, or questions. Specific topics will be selected by the instructor, but generally engage with historians' approaches to "real world" problems and issues with particular attention to regional and global interconnections, cross-cultural encounters, and/or comparative perspectives. All courses will include seminar style discussion, a mix of primary and secondary source readings, short analytical papers, and essay exams. May be taken twice for credit under different subtitles. Credits: 3(3-0) Offered every fall semester.

  • HIST 284: S/MSLACAANAH:AfricanNationalsm

    A study of a particular topic in Latin America/Caribbean/Asia/Africa/Native American history. Topics could be defined either by time or space: the history of Iran, the Islamic revival, liberation movements, and the history of the Pacific World are possible areas that might be offered. (May be taken for credit twice under different subtitles.) Not offered on a regular basis

  • HIST 480: AS-LACAANAHs:Empire & Nature

    This course focuses on an in-depth study of a particular topic in Latin America/Caribbean/Asia/Africa/Native American history. Topics could be defined either by time or space: the history of Iran, the Islamic revival, liberation movements, and the history of the Pacific World are possible areas that might be offered. (May be taken for credit twice under different subtitles.) Prerequisite: HIST 302 (HIST 301 also recommended). Not offered on a regular basis