(22 October 1957 - living) Canada
A graduate of Dalhousie University, Halifax, Marc Epprecht has taught at the University of Alberta, the U. of Zimbabwe, and Trent U. in Canada. He currently teaches in the History Department as well as for the Development Studies Programme at Queen's University.
Marc Epprecht does research into the history of gender and sexuality with
a focus on Southern Africa, particularly Lesotho and Zimbabwe. Recent and proposed work includes histories of masculinity and homosexuality in South Africa.
He was a fellow of the South-South Exchange Programme for Research in the History of Development (SEPHIS) and is currently active in the Canadian Association of African Studies.
Other activities include pro-feminist men's work and anti-globalisation activism in the community outside the academe. As well, he helps to raise three kids with his partner Allison Goebel (Women's Studies and Environmental Studies at Queen's), and tries to improve his languages.