Feminist Africa 20. 2015: Pan-Africanism and Feminism

Issue 20. 2015: Pan-Africanism and Feminism view entire journal

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EditorialPan-Africanism and Feminism
– by Amina Mama and Hakima Abbas 

Features

In Search of the State? Neoliberalism and the labour question for pan-African feminism
– by Lyn Ossome

Making a Difference: Embracing the challenge of women’s substantive engagement in political leadership in Uganda 
– by Josephine Ahikire, Peace Musiimenta and Amon Ashaba Mwiine

Creating Women’s Leadership for Peace and Security in the Greater Horn of Africa: the limitations of capacity building as remedy for gender inequality 
– by Cheryl Hendricks

Ama Ata Aidoo’s Woman-Centred Pan-Africanism: A reading of selected works
– by Delia Kumavie

Archives and Collective Memories: Searching for African women in the pan-African imaginary
– by Brenda Nyandiko Sanya and Anne Namatsi Lutomia

Standpoints

When Exploitation is Camouflaged as Women Empowerment: The case of Malawi’s first female president Joyce Banda
– by Juliet Kamwendo & Gregory Kamwendo

In Conversation

 Weaving Pan Africanism at the Scene of Gathering
– by The Weaving Kenya Women’s Collective

Reviews

Feminism, Empowerment and Development: Changing Women’s Lives. Edited by Andrea Cornwall and Jenny Edwards, 2012, Zed Books, London
– by Sehin Teferra

Migrant Women of Johannesburg: Everyday life in an In-Between City. By Caroline Wanjiku Kihato, 2013, Wits University Press, Johannesburg
– by Kerubo Abuya

 

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