Feminist e-Knowledges Research & Publications

Feminist e-Knowledges Research & Publications in 2013

Feminist Africa 18 - e-spaces: e-politics: READ JOURNAL

FA 18 explores feminist engagements with communications technology. Feminist Africa is Open access and all articles are available for download and sharing.

Journal Article: "All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others": An analysis of the internal hierarchies within the groups constituted as ‘patriots’ and ‘traitors’ on Radio Zimbabwe between March and April 2011 (forthcoming/ based on Selina Mudavanhu's ongoing PhD thesis)

Journal Article: Mudavanhu, S. & Radloff, J. 2013. “Taking feminist activism online: reflections on the ‘Keep Saartjie Baartman Centre Open’ e-campaign”, Gender & Development 21 (2): 327-341

Journal Article: Selina Mudavanhu speaks with Maggie Mapondera, Programme & Communications Officer, Just Associates, Southern Africa, 2013. “I see ICTs as weapons for good and for bad”,  Feminist Africa 18: p86-94

Mudavanhu, S. 2013. “Sinking into oblivion? Ethnographic insights into the place of radio in the lives of women living in a rural community in Zimbabwe”, Feminist Africa 18: p68-77

Journal Editorial: Radloff, J. 2013. Editorial: Feminist engagements with new communications technology, Feminist Africa 18: 1-12

Journal Article: Radloff, J. 2013. “Digital security as feminist practice”, Feminist Africa 18: 149-150

Journal Article: Mudavanhu, S. forthcoming. “‘All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others’: An analysis of the internal hierarchies within the groups constituted as ‘patriots’ and ‘traitors’ on Radio Zimbabwe between March and April 2011”

Journal Article: Mudavanhu, S & Fröhlich, M. forthcoming. “Young women’s experiences of vulnerability, safety and pleasure on e-spaces: Interviews with female students at the University of Cape Town between August and September 2012”

Conference Paper: Mudavanhu, S. 2013. "The Media in Zimbabwe: Reflecting on the last decade and imagining the future" (29-30 August 2013, Harare, Zimbabwe) 

Feminist e-Knowledges Research & Publications in 2012

Research: Young women's experiences with e-spaces (October 2012)

Journal Article: Mudavanhu, S. & Radloff, J. 2013. “Taking feminist activism online: reflections on the ‘Keep Saartjie Baartman Centre Open’ e-campaign”, Gender & Development 21 (2): 327-341