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This book records and brings to book the fact that Kom women have played far more complicated roles in the socio-political wellbeing of the Kom Kingdom. It contests the generally accepted concept that women's value and actions confined them to domestic companions and child-bearers. This aligns with the current debates and theoretical search for a wider and more appropriate interpretation of the place of the woman in development in a dynamic society. Though written within the context of the Kom woman, this book is applicable to the history of women in Cameroon in particular and Africa in general.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book records and brings to book the fact that Kom women have played far more complicated roles in the socio-political wellbeing of the Kom Kingdom. It contests the generally accepted concept that women's value and actions confined them to domestic companions and child-bearers. This aligns with the current debates and theoretical search for a wider and more appropriate interpretation of the place of the woman in development in a dynamic society. Though written within the context of the Kom woman, this book is applicable to the history of women in Cameroon in particular and Africa in general.
Autorenporträt
Linda Ankiambom Lawyer est camerounaise et titulaire d'un doctorat en histoire. Elle est maître de conférences à l'École supérieure de formation des enseignants de l'Université de Yaoundé 1, au Cameroun. Elle est chercheuse et a publié plusieurs articles dans des revues nationales et internationales sur le rôle des femmes dans le développement dans une perspective historique.