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No 15 (2009): Human Rights: 30 Years After CEDAW A Gender Test Makes as Much Sense as a Race Test Abstract
Nontsasa Nako
 
No 15 (2009): Human Rights: 30 Years After CEDAW She Loved and Ruled That Kitchen: Space and Autonomy in Kenyan Societies Abstract
Brillian Besi Muhonja
 
No 15 (2009): Human Rights: 30 Years After CEDAW Critical Witnessing, Critical (In)visibility: Women Minding Their Own Business in Uganda Abstract
Caroline Tushabe
 
No 39 (2021) Sowing in the Wind: Girls' Education In Kenya's Bungoma County Abstract
Namulundah Florence
 
No 23 (2013): Motherhood Studies in Africana Studies Teaching Moments and Negotiating Motherhood Abstract
Brillian Besi Muhonja
 
No 20 (2012): Education in Africa From Harare to Harvard: Education, Gender, and Citizenship in J. Nozipo Maraires Zenzele: A Letter For My Daughter Abstract
Carrie J. Walker
 
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 25 (2014): Gender and Education Editorial: Achieving Gender Equality in Education: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back Abstract
Jane F. A. Rarieya
 
No 23 (2013): Motherhood Studies in Africana Studies Where is Motherhood Studies in Africana Studies? Abstract
Brillian Besi Muhonja
 
No 26 (2015): In Movement: Women in Africa and the African Diaspora Anatomy of an Evolving Movement: The Women’s Peace Movement and Political Activism in Sierra Leone since the 1990s Abstract
Josephine A. Beoku-Betts, Lynda R. Day
 
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