WGS associate professor Carolyn Eichner interviewed in In Focus

History and women’s and gender studies professor Carolyn Eichner’s new article details how French anarchist-feminist Louise Michel translated and transcribed the oral tales of the Kanak of New Caledonia.

In the most recent issue of L&S In Focus, Eichner answers questions related to the article,”Language of Imperialism, Language of Liberation: Louise Michel and the Kanak-French Colonial Encounter”, as well as why it’s so important to study the history of feminism and imperialism.

Read the article in In Focus >