Special Issue : African women’s struggles in a gender perspective

Review of African Political Economy

Publié le 11 octobre 2016 par Equipe GIS IdG

Publication du numéro spécial African women’s struggles in a gender perspective dans la Review of African Politcal Economy.

Ce numéro réunit les contributions suivantes, consultables à l’adresse suivante : http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/crea20/43/149?nav=tocList

African women’s struggles in a gender perspective - Emmanuelle Bouilly, Ophélie Rillon and Hannah Cross

· Bridging social divides : leadership and the making of an alliance for women’s land-use rights in Morocco - Yasmine Berriane
· (De-)Politicising women’s collective action : international actors and land inheritance in post-war Burundi - Marie Saiget
· Women’s mobilisation for legislative political representation in Africa - Aili Mari Tripp
· Women’s activism around gender-based violence in South Africa : recognition, redistribution and representation - Amanda Gouws
· Senegalese mothers ‘fight clandestine migration’ : an intersectional perspective on activism and apathy among parents and spouses left behind - Emmanuelle Bouilly
· Women’s protests : gender, imprisonment and resistance in South Africa (Pollsmoor Prison, 1970s–90s) - Natacha Filippi
· ‘I acted like a man’ : exploring female ex-insurgents’ narratives on Nigeria’s oil insurgency -Temitope Oriola

Book reviews
Women and the informal economy in urban Africa : from the margins to the centre, by Mary Njeri Kinyanju - Reviewed by Egle Cesnulyte
Muslim families in global Senegal : money takes care of shame, by Beth Buggenhagen - Reviewed by Hannah Cross
Gender and the political economy of conflict in Africa : the persistence of violence, by Meredeth Turshen - Reviewed by Fenella Porter

L’introduction du dossier est actuellement téléchargeable à l’adresse suivante :