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CLASnotes - Winter 2005
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Kelly Duke Bryant,

Associate Professor

Contact Information:
Email: duke-bryant@rowan.edu
Phone: 856-256-4500, x3972
Office: Robinson Hall, 216K

Biography: Kelly Duke Bryant teaches a variety of courses in African history, along with historical methods and world history. She earned her B.A. at Kenyon College, her M.A. at the University of Wisconsin, and her Ph.D. at Johns Hopkins University. Her first book, Education as Politics: Colonial Schooling and Political Debate in Senegal, 1850s-1914, was published by the University of Wisconsin Press in 2015 and can be purchased here. The book reinterprets the origins and significance of the election of Blaise Diagne as Senegal's deputy to the French National Assembly in 1914 in light of the history of colonial education in Senegal.

Dr. Bryant has also written several research articles which have appeared in such publications as the Journal of African History, the International Journal of African Historical Studies, and French Colonial History. Her current research explores the history of West African immigration and travel to Europe in the nineteenth and early twentieth century.

Dr. Duke Bryant's first book, Education as Politics: Colonial Schooling and Political Debate in Senegal, 1850s-1914.

Listen to Dr. Duke Bryant's podcast about her new book here