JENdA: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies

JENdAISSN: 1530-5686
JENdA: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies [JENDA] is an award-winning peer-reviewed journal which focuses on social, political, economic, and cultural concepts and categories that shape the lives of women in different African societies.





New York Public Library Intute Jenda wins 2002 ICAAP award for excellence in Electronic Publication Scout Report Selection
The New York Public Library selects JENdA as the best African Women Studies / Feminist journal for Women's Studies and Social Sciences, 2011 Intute selects JENdA as the best Educational Web Resource, 2010 ICAAP selects JENdA for best in electronic publishing, 2002 Internet Scout Report selects JENdA as a new promising journal for research and education, 2001

Announcements

 

Issue 26: In Movement: Women in Africa and the African Diaspora

 
JENdA journal has published Issue 26. The issue is guest-edited by Henriette Gunkel, Lecturer in the Department of Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths, University of London, Zethu Matebeni, Senior Researcher, activist and documentary film-maker at the Institute for Humanities in Africa (HUMA), University of Cape Town, and Catherine Raissiguier, Professor and Chair of Women and Gender Studies at Hunter College/CUNY.  
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Issue 25: Gender and Education

 
JENdA journal has published Issue 25. The issue is guest-edited by Jane F. A. Rarieya, Associate Professor and Assistant Director of Network of Teaching and Learning at Aga Khan University.

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Issue 24: Trokosi Slavery, Sex Trafficking, Gender Violence, Garifuna Community, Affirmative Action

 
JENdA journal has published Issue 24. The issue explores a range of topic.  
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