As an assistant professor of Modern African history at Baylor University, Jacqueline-Bethel Tchouta Mougoué teaches Modern African History, Women and Gender in Modern Africa and World History since 1500.

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Teaching Award:

Committee for Education of Teaching Assistants Teaching Award, Purdue University, 2012

Below are courses that have been offered in the last few years:

Women, Gender, and Religious Power in Africa (HIS 5393)

Women and Gender in Modern Africa (HIS 3319)

History of Modern Africa (HIS 3318)

History of Africa to 1900 (HIS 3316)

World History since 1500 (HIS 1307)



Students from Mougoué’s World History since 1500 class met at the Texas Collection where they analyzed primary sources about slavery (Spring 2016). The Texas Collection is Baylor University’s oldest special collections library and serves as the University Archive that collects, preserves, and provides access to materials on the history, heritage, and culture of Texas.

Africa at Baylor:
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