Dr. Lindah Mhando
African & African American Studies/Soc & Women Studies.
Penn State University.
Her main research focuses mainly on the intersection of comparative cultural history and migration history (both circular and long term) in Colonial Sudan. Her work concentrates on gender, fatwa and sharia laws in re-definition of marriage/conjugal relations. . Her current project traces the impact of Comparative cultural history and Pedagogy of Race in urban America as results of global movement, slavery and colonialism. She also has been writing about comparative feminist interpretations of the African America, African population and African Diaspora and Transnational feminism, HIV/AIDS pandemic, Peace movements and social /economic justice theories.
She brings along broad international experience. Dr. Mhando has studied and earned degrees at the University of Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania; Nova Scotia, Canada and the State University of New York at Binghamton.