7 edition of Women in South African history found in the catalog.
Women in South African history
2007 by HSRC Press, Distributed in North America by Independent Publishers Group in Cape Town, [Chicago] .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Nomboniso Gasa.|
|Contributions||Gasa, Nomboniso., Human Sciences Research Council., South Africa. Dept. of Arts and Culture.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1800.5 .W48 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxvii, 458 p. :|
|Number of Pages||458|
|LC Control Number||2007327080|
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In this collection of essays, the often-marginalized voices of South African women are presented, in four chronological sections, as a nuanced and complex narrative that provides new interpretations and different readings on the major phases of South African history.
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Women, half the population after all, have been silent for too long in our history books, and although this need is now to an extent being addressed, there is still a huge gap in our knowledge on the role of South African women.
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This anthology is a radical collection of love stories from African women. The collection is a radical departure from conventional anthologies and the love theme is aimed at debunking the myth that African Women are poor and helpless victims. Jean Allman teaches African History at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
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Stapleton Praeger, For much of South Africa's history, women have been treated as second class citizens. While all women have been disadvantaged, black women have dealt with additional struggles due to systems have played a large part in the systematic oppression of South African women.
Women and Apartheid. Apartheid imposed new restrictions on African women beginning in the s. Many lived in squalor in the former homelands, where malnutrition, illness, and infant mortality were much higher than in urban women who followed their husbands into cities or mining areas lived in inadequate, and often legal, many women are forced to do house work and housing near.
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Hassim, Women’s Organizations and Democracy, 90; Raymond Suttner, “Women in the ANC-Led Underground,” in Women in South African History, ed.
Gasa, –; and Rachel Sandwell, “‘Love I Cannot Begin to Explain’: The Politics of Reproduction in the ANC in Exile, –,” Journal of Southern African Studies (): Fatima was a founding member of the Federation of South African Women (FEDSAW) and was one of the inspirational women that lead the famous Women’s March in August She was known for campaigning for black women’s rights and produced over 40 books in her lifetime which fearlessly spoke out against apartheid policies.
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