Non-Fiction By African Women: A Bibliography of Books, Journal Articles, Monographs
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Nostalgic utterances of being a teen: A personal reflective narrative. Agenda: Vol. 25, Teenage fertility and desire, pp. 67-71.

Mazuba Haanyama

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Men, women, temporality and critical ethnography in Africa – the imperative for a transdisciplinary conversation 1

Men, women, temporality and critical ethnography in Africa – the imperative for a transdisciplinary conversation 1 | Non-Fiction By African Women: A Bibliography of Books, Journal Articles, Monographs | Scoop.it
By Elaine Salo in Gender Studies and Anthropology.
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Retaking the Middle Passage: glimpses of a modern African diaspora in Brazil

Retaking the Middle Passage: glimpses of a modern African diaspora in Brazil | Non-Fiction By African Women: A Bibliography of Books, Journal Articles, Monographs | Scoop.it
By Wangui Kimari.
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Towards Performing an Afropolitan Subjectivity

Mwenya Kabwe

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Réécriture d’un genre : L’autobiographie politique des « Pères de la Nation » et L’Ex-père de la nation (1987)

Réécriture d’un genre : L’autobiographie politique des « Pères de la Nation » et L’Ex-père de la nation (1987) | Non-Fiction By African Women: A Bibliography of Books, Journal Articles, Monographs | Scoop.it
By Polo Moji in Francophone Africa and African Literature. The political autobiographies of African “nation fathers” position them as heroic emblems of the birth of the African nation. Aminata Sow Fall’s L’Ex-père de la nation (1987) is an adaptation
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‘We live in fear, we feel very unsafe’: imagining and fearing rape in South Africa

‘We live in fear, we feel very unsafe’: imagining and fearing rape in South Africa | Non-Fiction By African Women: A Bibliography of Books, Journal Articles, Monographs | Scoop.it
(2007). ‘We live in fear, we feel very unsafe’: imagining and fearing rape in South Africa. Agenda: Vol. 21, Rape, pp. 89-99.
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‘Rape is a huge issue in this country’: Discursive constructions of the rape crisis in South Africa

‘Rape is a huge issue in this country’: Discursive constructions of the rape crisis in South Africa Simidele Dosekun⇑ Department of Culture, Media and Creative Industries, King’s College London, UK Simidele [...]...
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A Multidimensional Assessment of Children in Conflictual Contexts: The Case of Kenya - Springer

A Multidimensional Assessment of Children in Conflictual Contexts: The Case of Kenya - Springer | Non-Fiction By African Women: A Bibliography of Books, Journal Articles, Monographs | Scoop.it
Abstract Children in Kenya’s Kisumu District Primary Schools (N = 430) completed three measures of trauma.
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Development - Abstract of article: Women, Land Rights and the Environment: The Kenyan experience

Journal of the Society for International Development. Development has explored the cutting edge issues of human centred development since 1957
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Moroccan Feminist Discourses

Fatima Sadiqi

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Between Feminism and Islam: Human Rights and Sharia Law in Morocco

Zakia Salime

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Carrots or Sticks? A Study on Incentives to Attract and Retain Women in Science, Engineering and Technology in South Africa

Carrots or Sticks? A Study on Incentives to Attract and Retain Women in Science, Engineering and Technology in South Africa | Non-Fiction By African Women: A Bibliography of Books, Journal Articles, Monographs | Scoop.it
By Elaine Salo, Lieketse Motopi, and Felix Liersch.
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On raids and connecting favela resistance(s) in Kenya and Brazil

On raids and connecting favela resistance(s) in Kenya and Brazil | Non-Fiction By African Women: A Bibliography of Books, Journal Articles, Monographs | Scoop.it
By Wangui Kimari in Youth activism and Brazil and Africa.
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Humble Living and Hustling: Youth Struggles in Mathare Constituency, Nairobi

Humble Living and Hustling: Youth Struggles in Mathare Constituency, Nairobi | Non-Fiction By African Women: A Bibliography of Books, Journal Articles, Monographs | Scoop.it
By Wangui Kimari in Human Geography and Urban Studies.
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Transgressing Boundaries: Making Theatre from an Afropolitan Perspective

Mwenya Kabwe

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New names, translational subjectivities: (Dis)location and (Re)naming in NoViolet Bulawayo's We Need New Names

New names, translational subjectivities: (Dis)location and (Re)naming in NoViolet Bulawayo's We Need New Names | Non-Fiction By African Women: A Bibliography of Books, Journal Articles, Monographs | Scoop.it
By Polo Moji in Transnationalism and African Literature. NoViolet Bulawayo’s We Need New Names – shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize and winner of the Etisalat Prize for Literature in 2013 – is a novel in which the leitmotif of (re)naming associates
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“Hey, You Stylized Woman There”

“Hey, You Stylized Woman There” An Uncomfortable Reflexive Account of Performative Practices in the Field Simidele Dosekun1 1King’s College London, UK Simidele Dosekun, King’s College London, 7c Chesham [...]...
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The Arab Spring and Women’s Rights in Tunisia

The Arab Spring and Women’s Rights in Tunisia | Non-Fiction By African Women: A Bibliography of Books, Journal Articles, Monographs | Scoop.it
Although it is possible for Tunisia to retain its prominent place in the Arab world with regard to women’s rights, it depends on which political forces hold power in the long run.
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Law, Colonialism and Environmental Management in Africa - Kameri-Mbote - 2002 - Review of European Community & International Environmental Law - Wiley Online Library

Law, Colonialism and Environmental Management in Africa - Kameri-Mbote - 2002 - Review of European Community & International Environmental Law - Wiley Online Library | Non-Fiction By African Women: A Bibliography of Books, Journal Articles, Monographs | Scoop.it
How to Cite Kameri-Mbote, A. P. and Cullet, P. (1997), Law, Colonialism and Environmental Management in Africa. Review of European Community & International Environmental Law, 6: 23–31.
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Copts at the Crossroads - The Challenge of Building Inclusive Democracy in Egypt

Mariz Tadros

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A new Feminism? Gender Dynamics in Morocco's February 20th Movement

Zakia Salime

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