Feminist Africa Issue 11. 2008: Researching for Life: Paradigms and Power

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EDITORIAL - Researching for Life: Paradigms and Power
Jane Bennett

Transnational What? Encounters and Reflections on Questions of Methodology - by Hanan Sabea

Researching MSM in South Africa: Some Preliminary Notes from the Frontlines of a Hidden Epidemic
- by Vasu Reddy and Theo Sandfort

Developing Principles for Research about Young Women and Abortion: A Feminist Analysis of Difficulities in Current Studies
- by Catriona Macleod

It was Rocky, Long, Wimding and Twisted - by Karabo Mohlakoana, National University of Lesotho

Vela Bambhentsele: Intimacies and Complexities in Researching within Black Lesbian Groups in Johannesburg
- by Zethu Matebeni

This Little Rage of Poetry/ Researching Gender and Sexuality - by Danai S Mupotsa with Lennon Mhishi

"The Room for Questioning is Huge": Jane Bennett speaks with Charmaine Pereira

Feeding Freedom's Hunger: Reflections on the Second African Feminist Forum, September 2008
- by Jessica Horn

3 Men Holding 12 Million People Hostage, Feminist Political Education Project
- by Shereen Essof

Tommy Boys, Lesbian Men and Ancestral Wives: Female Same-Sex Practices in Africa. - reviewed by Sylvia Tamale

Living on a Horizon: Bessie Head and the Politics of Imagining - reviewed by Megan Samuelson

Counting the Costs of Courage: Trauma Experiences of Women Human Rights Defenders in Zimbabwe Report, Women of Zimbabwe Arise.
reviewed by Cynthia Mugo and Saida Ali

Post-apartheid herstories: Zubeida Jaffer's Our Generation Cape Town. and
Pregs Govender's Love and Courage: A Story of Insubordination
 - reviewed by Desiree Lewis