Feminist Africa Issue 17. 2012: Researching Sexuality with Young Women: Southern Africa

 

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EDITORIAL
Researching sexuality with young women: Southern Africa
– by Jane Bennett and Hope Chigudu

FEATURES
Travels in “fashionable” sexuality research: Thoughts from home
– by Jane Bennett

Thinking Women’s Worlds
– by Jill Bradbury and Peace Kiguwa, with Ayanda Khumalo, Mabogoshi Matlala, Hlengiwe Mchunu, Daphney Mogopudi and Zandile Ngubeni

Mapping sexualities and sexual body politics on University of Botswana Campus: A feminist action research approach
– by Sethunya. T. Mosime, Pholoko Ntshwarang and Godisang Mookodi

Embodying the Learning Space: Is it okay if I bring my sexuality to class?
– by Mary Hames

PROFILES
Women Crossing the Line
– by Tanja Bosch and Susan Holland-Muter

Strengthening Research Capacity in Africa: Gender, sexuality and politics with a strategic focus on the lives of young women
– by Naomi Wekwete and Charity Mayeruke

Action research on gender-based violence at the University of Namibia: Results and methodological reflections
– by Lucy Edwards-Jauch

STANDPOINTS
The politics of being “young”: is a “youth” category really necessary for “development”?
– by Rishita Nandigiri

Reflections on my Journey towards Identity in the African Diaspora
– by Simukai Chigudu

“Won’t nobody even try to reach her mind…”
– by Athenkosi Sopitshi

IN CONVERSATION
Jane Bennett speaks with Shereen Essof: “And they are fierce!”

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