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Africa After Gender? Paperback – February 7, 2007
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. . . this book is an important contribution to the location of knowledge production and the study of gender in Africa. The multi- and transdisciplinary essays emphasize in various pragmatic ways how local custodians immeasurably enrich collaborative scholarly research. Other essays offer fresh approaches to gender and gender performance while situating such enactments within a transcontinental global framework with the clear aim of promoting less antagonistic North-South dialogue and groundbreaking studies of women's and gender issues in Africa.39.4 Winter 2008 (JULIANA MAKUCHI NFAH-ABBENYI NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY)
[This] is a truly remarkable and important book . . . . This text offer[s] a fresh and challenging analysis on African gender issues. . . . This book is very accessible and engaging . . . . It should have widespread appeal to Africanists from all subfields, as well as scholars of women and gender studies. Africa after Gender? makes a significant contribution to African studies and illuminates the changing discourse of gender within African contexts.June 2010 (Jacqueline-Bethel T. Mougoue Purdue University)
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