Women in South African History

Women in South African History

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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. Activists and academics seek to illuminate the struggle for emancipation, and their interrogation of past conflict and present issues creates an overtly feminist perspective that captures the constant struggles and movements of women in South Africa.Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Cape Town. ... Bradford H (1995) Women, gender and colonialism: Rethinking the history of the British Cape Colony and its Frontier Zones, d 806-1 ... Cape Town: Kwela aamp; South African History Online.

Title:Women in South African History
Author: Nomboniso Gasa
Publisher:HSRC Press - 2007

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