Faculty Highlight: Fatuma Guyo
Fatuma Guyo is a historian of twentiethcentury Africa, with a specialization in East-African history. Her teaching and research interests lie at the intersection of precolonial and colonial history, borderland history, policy history, women and gender history, oral history, and democratization and social change. What ticks her passion in teaching is the opportunity to share with students the diversity and richness of African continent and help them learn how to broaden their ideas, beliefs and thoughts about the continent and its diverse cultures. She is currently working on her first monograph tentatively titled The
Forgotten Frontier: Pastoralists, Livestock and Colonial Policies on the Kenya’s Northern Frontier, 1900s 1990.