Looks at how France colonized and claimed an area of Africa 14 times its own size, between 1830 and 1910 – which was subsequently split into French West Africa and French Equatorial Africa. Has a deep insight into the forming and investigation of the areas by one woman officer from the French West African Education Department. Concludes that Savineau’s study is a documentary of quite extraordinary value in the study of “other” races over 13,000 kilometres, reporting on “The condition of the African Woman and the Family”, before the Second World War.
Equal Opportunities International – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jul 1, 2003
Keywords: Sex and gender issues; Race relations; France; Africa
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