Feminist Africa Issue 4. 2005: Women Mobilised


Issue 4.2005 - Women Mobilised






- by Amina Mama

Terms of Engagement: South African challenges
- by Shireen Hassim

- by Shereen Essof

Regional Networking as Transnational Feminism: African Experiences
- by Aili Mari Tripp

Multiple Targets, Mixing Strategies: Complicating Feminist Analysis of Contemporary South African Women's Movements
- by Elaine Salo

The Africa Social Forum Feminist Dialogue: Power, Feminisms and Mobilisation
- by Amanda Alexander

A Tribute to Yvonne Vera: 19 September 1964 – 7 April 2005
- by Desiree Lewis

Tribute – Ray Alexander 31.12.1913 – 12.09.2004
- by Helen Scanlon

Claiming Cyberspace: Communication and Networking for Social Change and Women's Empowerment
- by Jennifer Radloff

Collaborative Conversations: The Mothertongue Project in Profile
- by Sara Matchett

The African Women's Development and Communication Network (FEMNET): Experiences of Feminist Continental Organising
- by L. Muthoni Wanyeki

ABANTU for Development and Change
- by Hamida Maalim Harrison

The Ghanaian Women's Manifesto Movement

Mobilising Tanzania's Women: Joanne Henry Interviews Fatma Alloo

Women and the Remaking of Politics in Southern Africa: Negotiating Autonomy, Incorporation and Representation by Gisela Geisler.
- reviewed by Anne Mager

Silence and the Language of the Body: The Dream in the Next Body by Gabeba Baderoon.
- reviewed by Harry Garuba

Women at Ouagadougou: Yaba Badoe talks to three women directors at this year's Fespaco

Hear Our Voices: Race, Gender and the Status of Black South African Women in the Academy edited by Reitumetse Obakeng Mabokela, and Zine Magubane.
- reviewed by Thembela Vokwana