Home > Feminist Africa Journals > Archive > Feminist Africa 19. 2014: Pan-Africanism and Feminism

Feminist Africa 19. 2014: Pan-Africanism and Feminism

PDF Version

Issue 19. 2014: Pan-Africanism and Feminism - view entire journal

Preliminary Pages

Editorial: Pan-Africanism and Feminism
– by Hakima Abbas and Amina Mama


African feminism in the 21st Century: A reflection on Uganda's victories, battles and reversals
– by Josephine Ahikire

Promise and Betrayal: Women fighters and national liberation in Guinea Bissau
– by Aliou Ly

Reflections on the Sudanese women's movement
– by Amira Osman

The first Mrs Garvey and others: Pan-Africanism and feminism in the early 20th Century British colonial Caribbean
– by Rhoda Reddock

Pan-Africanism, transnational black feminism and the limits of culturalist analyses in African gender discourses
– by Carole Boyce Davies


Being Pan-African: A continental research agenda
– by Dzodzi Tsikata

Unnatural and Un-African: Contesting queer-phobia by Africa's political leadership
– by Kenne Mwikya


Sojourning for freedom: Black Women, American Communism and the Making of Black Left Feminism
– by Maxine Craig

Women, Sexuality and the Political Power of Pleasure
– by Nana Darkoa Sekyiamah

Queer African Reader
– by Danai S. Mupotsa

Daughters of the Niger Delta
– by Simedele Dosekun


Attachment Size
FA 19 Entire Journal 596.43 KB
FA 19 Editorial 44.67 KB
FA 19 Feature: Josephine Ahikire 76.01 KB
FA 19 Feature: Aliou Ly 81.71 KB
FA 19 Feature: Amira Osman 69.08 KB
FA 19 Feature: Rhoda Reddock 86.83 KB
FA 19 Feature: Carole Boyce Davies 78.51 KB
FA 19 Standpoint: Dzodzi Tsikata 35.82 KB
FA 19 Standpoint: Kenne Mwikya 52.64 KB
FA 19 Review: Maxine Craig 35.56 KB
FA 19 Review: Nana Darkoa Sekyiamah 48.1 KB
FA 19 Review: Danai S. Mupotsa 61.4 KB
FA 19 Review: Simedele Dosekun 46.22 KB
FA 19 Contributors 40.08 KB
FA 19 Preliminary Pages 53.65 KB