FEMINIST AFRICA 20 - Call for Contributions - Pan-Africanism, Editor: Amina Mama
The African Union celebrated its 50th Year in May 2013, under the general theme Pan-Africanism and Renaissance. At the gala and summit, Africa’s Heads of State’s congratulated themselves on the region’s rising GDP’s, anticipating a renewed foreign interest. We are already witnessing a renewed scramble for the material wealth of the region – most explicitly manifest in the land grab that threatens the very fabric of Africa’s survival. The impending expiry of the minimal development goals presents the unpalatable scenario of an Africa characterized by growth without development. Social inequalities sharpen as globalization continues to subordinate people to the exigencies of transnational capital. READ MORE.
FEMINIST AFRICA 19 (TBA)
FEMINIST AFRICA 18
The theme for Feminist Africa 18 will be on feminist politics and practices of IC Technologies, and will be co-edited by Jennifer Radloff and Jan Moolman. The issue will explore the meaning of political activism which draws upon the multiple options of ICTs for communication and networking, and offer analysis of the implications of the “technological revolution” for African and transnational feminist work and thought.
Enquiries about the issue and pieces for consideration (articles, profiles, book reviews, proposals for ‘In Conversations’) should be sent to email@example.com.
FEMINIST AFRICA EDITOR
FEMINIST AFRICA EDITORIAL TEAM
Adelene Africa, Teresa Barnes, Jane Bennett, Yaliwe Clarke, Susan Hollland-Muter and Awino Okech.