Jacqueline Mougoué Recognized for Shaping Understanding of Africa’s History

Jacqueline Mougoué has been listed as one of “15 African Female Historians Shaping Our Understanding of Africa’s Past” by Amaka-Zine, an online platform that highlights nuanced stories of women from Africa and the diaspora and maintains the diversity, dynamism, and vigor of Pan-African womanhood.

Her book Gender, Separatist Politics, and Embodied Nationalism in Cameroon has been credited for aiding our understanding of women’s roles in separatist and secessionist projects around the world.