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No 20 (2012): Education in Africa "The Matter is a Bit Urgent" Education of Miss Florence Peters: One Gambian Fathers Petitions to the British Colonial Government 1948-1952 Abstract
Catherine Cymone Fourshey
 
No 28 (2016): Muslim Women in Africa and the Diaspora: Past, Present and the Future Book Review. In Pursuit of Paradise; Senegalese Women, Muridism and Migration by Eva Evers Rosander, The Nordic Africa Institute, 2015. Abstract
Hadeer Abo El Nagah
 
No 19 (2011): Dedicated to the Three Lionesses Why is it Anthropology, Not Philosophy?: A Lesson from Igboland Abstract
Radhika Tikku
 
No 26 (2015): In Movement: Women in Africa and the African Diaspora Algerian Women In Motion In Djamila Sahraoui’s Barakat! Abstract
Sophie Belot
 
No 26 (2015): In Movement: Women in Africa and the African Diaspora Heart of a Mother: Diasporic Performative Engagement with Gender-based Violence in the DRCongo Abstract
Marie Godin
 
No 27 (2015): Land Rights, Religion, Culture and Music Women and Access to Resources in Ethiopia Abstract
Temesgen Gebeyehu Baye
 
No 19 (2011): Dedicated to the Three Lionesses Becoming Women School Leaders in Kenya: Challenges and Possibilities Abstract
Jane F. A. Rarieya
 
No 28 (2016): Muslim Women in Africa and the Diaspora: Past, Present and the Future Women, Kanga and Political Movements in Zanzibar, 1958-1964 Abstract
Amina Ameir Issa
 
No 14 (2009): Struck By Lightening: The Transdiasporan Phenomenon of Skin Bleaching The Tanzanian Response to Dangerous Skin Bleaching Products and Practices and the Gendered Politics of it All: A Critical Analysis Abstract
Kelly Lewis, Navit Robkin, Karie Gaska, Lillian Carol Njoki, Emily Andrews, Karim Jetha
 
No 19 (2011): Dedicated to the Three Lionesses At the Crossroads of Gender, Religion and Academia: Challenges of Black Women Abstract
Mary Nyangweso Wangila
 
No 24 (2014): Trokosi Slavery, Sex Trafficking, Gender Violence, Small Business, Garifuna Community, Skin Color in Affirmative Action Skin Color vis-à-vis Occupational Aspiration Among African American Women: A Case For Affirmative Action Abstract
Ronald Hall
 
No 16 (2010) Fortunately for Them, the Women Were There: A Film Review of Pray the Devil Back to Hell Abstract
Charles Peterson
 
No 24 (2014): Trokosi Slavery, Sex Trafficking, Gender Violence, Small Business, Garifuna Community, Skin Color in Affirmative Action Gender-Based Violence and the Invisibility of Women in Kenya: The Role of Imperialism, Nationalism, and Culture Abstract
Jane M. Mugambi
 
No 28 (2016): Muslim Women in Africa and the Diaspora: Past, Present and the Future “Women Must Not Become Lions”: Social Roles of Muslim Women in Kankan, Guinea Abstract
Carole Ammann
 
No 28 (2016): Muslim Women in Africa and the Diaspora: Past, Present and the Future Women and Transmission of Islamic Knowledge in Cameroon: The Case Study of Ngaoundere, 1830-2015 Abstract
Souley Mane
 
No 28 (2016): Muslim Women in Africa and the Diaspora: Past, Present and the Future Voices from the Diaspora: Towards a Gender Sensitive Re-Reading of the Qur’an Abstract
Hadeer Abo El Nagah
 
No 14 (2009): Struck By Lightening: The Transdiasporan Phenomenon of Skin Bleaching The Heart and Hurt of Beauty Abstract
Rosemary Onyango
 
2011: Issues of Our Time - The Help Sisterhood Abstract
Nkiru Uwechia
 
No 14 (2009): Struck By Lightening: The Transdiasporan Phenomenon of Skin Bleaching Do You Love Us Now? Abstract
Yvna Augustin
 
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