Modupe Labode

MODUPE LABODE

Assistant Professor of History, Public Scholar of African American History and Museum Studies.

B.S. Iowa State University, 1988.  D.Phil. Oxford University, 1992.

Teaching Interests:
Museum Studies, African American and African Diaspora

Research Interests:
Public History and Museum Studies, African Diaspora, Women’s History, U.S. West

Publications:
“Making the Journey to Trinidad: The Sex Reassignment Surgeries of Dr. Stanley Biber,” Colorado Heritage (Winter 2004).

 “‘A Native Knows a Native: African American Missionaries’ Writing about Angola, 1919-1940.” The North Star: A Journal of African-American Religious History, Fall 2000.

“From Heathen Kraal to Christian Home: African Christian Women and Anglican Missionaries.” in Women and Mission, edited by Fiona Bowie, Deborah Kirkwood, and Shirley Ardener (1994).