Dr. Marc Matera
(PhD Rutgers University)
Britain/Empire and World History
Office phone: 928-523-3492
Office BS 209
Most recent experience includes courses on Making of the Modern 1500 to
Present; Modern Britain; Modern European thought and Culture, and Historians
and the Study of History.
“The 1929 Women’s War in Southeastern
Nigeria and the British Colonial Imagination”, with Susan K. Kent and
Misty Bastian (Duke, forthcoming)
“Colonial Subjects: Black Intellectuals and eh Development of Colnial
Studies in Britain,” Journal of British Studies (2010).
“Flappers and the Nigerian Women’s War of 1929,” with Susan Kent, in Kent, ed.,
Aftershocks: The Politics of Trauma in Britain, 1918-31 (London,
“Imperialism and Colonialism: Anticolonial Protests,” and “Buchi
Emecheta,” in Oxford Encyclopedia of Women in World History, ed. B.
“Pan-Africanism,” in New Dictionary of the History of Ideas (N.Y. 2004).
Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship, Graduate Seminar in Modern British History,
Columbia University, 2007
Graduate Fellow, Center for Cultural Analysis, Rutgers University, 2006-07.
Graduate Fellow, Institute for Research on Women, with focus on Diasporas and
Migrations”, Rutgers University, 2005-06.