Fauziyatu Moro

Email: fmoro@wisc.edu

Advisor: Emily Callaci

Mailbox: 4120 Mosse Humanities Building

Fauziyatu Moro headshot


I am a Ph.D. student in the African History Program, with a minor concentration in African Cultural Studies. I specialize in 19th and 20th-century West Africa, and my research interests include migration, urbanization, urban popular culture, and gender in Africa. My current research maps the social lives of migrants in Ghana’s largest migrant enclave as a way to highlight the role of intra-African migrants in shaping the socio-cultural landscape of the nation’s capital, Accra, in the 20th century.


M.Phil., History, University of Ghana
B.A., History, University of Ghana


  • African History

MA Title

  • “A Socio-Economic History of Migrant Sissala Women in Accra, 1983-2008 “

Selected Awards

  • Gerda Lerner Fellowship in Women’s History, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Graduate School Fellowship, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Adjaye Endowment Scholarship, University of Ghana

Professional Affiliations

  • African Studies Association
  • Ghana Studies Association
  • Urban History Association

Courses Taught as TA

  • Africa 277: An Introductory Survey