Feminist Africa Issue 9. 2007: Rethinking Universities II

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- Teresa Barnes and Amina Mama

Sewing machines and computers? Seeing gender in institutional and intellectual cultures at the Cheikh Anta Diop University of Dakar, Senegal
- by Aminata Diaw

Lost in liberalism: A case study of the disappearance of the gender agenda at a South African university
- by Lesley Shackleton

"Feeling the disconnect": Teaching sexualities and gender in South African higher education
- by Jane Bennett and Vasu Reddy

Challenging gender inequality in higher education: attitudes and perceptions of teaching staff and administrators at the Univesity of Buea, Cameroon
- by Joyce B. Mbongo Endeley and Margaret Nchang Ngaling

Trajectory of the Institute of Gender Studies at Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia
- by Emebet Mulugeta

"Reclaiming the P...Word": a refelection on an original feminist drama production at the University of the Western Cape
- by Mary Hames 

Salt River
- by Teresa Barnes

As a woman [in politics], you have to work twice as hard as the average man: Zukiswa Mqolomba speaks with Awino Okech

Change and Transformation in Ghana's Publicy-funded Universities: A Study of Experiences, Lessons and Opportunities. Takyiwaa Manuh, Sulley Garba and Joseph Budu. Oxford:
Gender in the Making of Nigerian University System. Charmaine Pereira. Oxford: James Currey; Ibadan: Heinemann Educational Books, 2007
- reviewed by Amina Mama
"The African University in the 21st Century", South African Journal of Higher Education 19, Special theme issue, 2005
- reviewed by Zethu Cakata

Academic Mothers. Venitha Pillay. Pretoria: Unisa Press, Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham Books, 2007
- reviewed by Uma Dhupelia Mesthrie

Women's Organisations Democracy in South Africa: Contesting Authority.
Shireen Hassim. Pietermartizburg: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, 2006
Representation & Reality: Portraits of Women's Lives in the Western Cape, 1946-1979
Helen Scanlon. Pretoria: Human Sciences Research Council Press, 2007

- reviewed by Sheila Meintjes

Women in South African History: Basus'iimbodoko,bawel'imilambo/ They remove boulders and cross rivers.
Nomboniso Gasa, ed.Cape Town: Human Sceinces Reserach Council Press, 2007

- reviewed by Teresa Barnes



Feminist Africa Issue 1. 2002: Intellectual Politics


Issue 1.2002 - Intellectual Politics