7 edition of Women Writing Africa found in the catalog.
April 13, 2007
by Feminist Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Amandina Lihamba (Editor), Fulata L. Moyo (Editor), M. M. Mulokozi (Editor), Naomi L. Shitemi (Editor), Saida Yahya-Othman (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||478|
African Women Writing Resistance is the first transnational anthology to focus on women’s strategies of resistance to the challenges they face in Africa today. The anthology brings together personal narratives, testimony, interviews, short stories, poetry, performance scripts, folktales, and lyrics/5. Abstract. This chapter looks at the context and recent history of women’s writing in Africa, concentrating largely on Nigeria, considering the effects of a history of pre-literate oral storytelling, examining the cultural context of African women writers in Nigeria and Author: Gina Wisker.
Forms of Resistance: South African Women's Writing During Apartheid. Every household in the fine suburb had several black servants -- trusted cooks faithful gardeners a shifting population of pretty young housemaids whose long red nails and pertness not only asserted the indignity of being undiscovered or out-of-work fashion models but kept hoisted a cocky guerrilla pride against servitude. The towering figure of South Africa’s liberation struggle began his autobiography in prison, his pages in tiny writing smuggled out by comrades. When he came out of jail in , and went on to become South Africa’s first black president in , he continued the work, and it is essential reading for anyone who wants to understand Mandela.
What a great book. This collection of works from all of these amazing, strong and influential women was so powerful and impactful. Letters, essays, poems, short stories, speeches from an inspirational collection of black women spanning generations covering everything from racism, sexualization, slavery and bondage, loss to love, sisterhood, hope, activism, belonging and discovery/5(11). While writing A Stranger’s Pose, my book of travel stories, I was attempting to situate it within a broad, mongrel genre. If a book by an African author conveyed the sense of a journey, or if travel across the continent informed the writing of a book, I included it in my portfolio of influences. One literary forebear is Amos Tutuola.
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A pioneering work of cultural reclamation more than a decade in preparation, Women Writing Africa, Volume III: The Eastern Region collects more than a texts dating back toeach introduced with short notes. In the s, the five countries represented—Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zambia—achieved independence.5/5(1).
The acclaimed Women Writing Africa Project continues with the second volume of Women Writing Africa: West Africa and the g upon more than a decade of research, West Africa and the Sahel covers the territory where most African Americans find their roots. The collection encompasses an epic cultural history through the voices of women represented in twenty languages 5/5(2).
A pioneering work of cultural reclamation more than a decade in preparation, Women Writing Africa, Volume III: The Eastern Region collects more than a texts dating back toeach introduced with short notes. In the s, the five countries represented—Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zambia—achieved independence/5.
Women Writing Africa: Volume 1: The Southern Region Amazon did a very good job of delivering the book next day as promised. I am doing research essays at College and this is a very good book about South African women. It tells the other side of African women 5/5(2). Women Writing Africa: The Southern Region: Volume 1 (Women Writing Africa) User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict.
This rich resource for scholars and general readers alike is the product of a decade of research by the Women Writing Africa Project. The project, funded by the Ford and Rockefeller foundations, seeks Read full review. The product of a decade of research, this landmark collection is the first of four volumes in the Women Writing Africa Project, which seeks to document and map the extraordinary and diverse landscape of African women's oral and written literatures.
Presenting voices rarely heard outside Africa, some recorded as early as the mid-nineteenth century, as well as rediscovered gems by such well. Series: Women Writing Africa (Book 4) Paperback: pages; Publisher: The Feminist Press at CUNY (February 1, ) Language: English; ISBN X; ISBN ; Product Dimensions: 6 x x 9 inches Shipping Weight: pounds (View shipping rates and policies) Customer Reviews: out of 5 stars 2 customer ratings/5(2).
The fifteen stories in Women Writing Zimbabwe offer a kaleidoscope of fresh, moving, and comic perspectives on the way in which events of the last decade have impacted on individuals, women in particular. Several stories (Tagwira, Ndlovu and Charsley) look at the impact that AIDS has on women who become the care-givers, often without emotional or physical support.
25 New Books by African Writers You Should Read Tahar Ben Jelloun, A. Igoni Barrett, Yaa Gyasi, and many more. The winner of the very first Caine Prize for African writing inLeila Aboulela is always briskly readable, but her intimate stories also have a depth and weight to them that stays with you long after you’ve put the book Author: Aaron Bady.
A pioneering work of cultural reclamation more than a decade in preparation, Women Writing Africa, Volume III: The Eastern Region collects more than one hundred texts dating back toeach introduced with short the s, the five countries represented—Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zambia—achieved independence.
Women's writing, as a discrete area of literary studies and practice, is recognized explicitly by the numbers of dedicated journals, organizations, awards, and conferences which focus mainly or exclusively on texts produced by women.
Women's writing as an. We are lucky to have Women Writing Africa." —Women's Review of Books "The first two of four volumes in the Women Writing Africa Project, these books address significant voids in the African literary canon As these volumes attest, although history has subdued and ignored the cultural meditations of African women, the women themselves.
Books New Releases Gifts News Events About Contact Louise Meriwether First Book Prize WSQ DONATE. Back All Titles New Forthcoming Authors Series Categories Amethyst Editions Celebrate New Books!: Spring Book Club Guides Back Totes & more Women Writing Africa, Volume IV. About the Author: Flora Nwapa was a Nigerian writer, teacher, and administrator, a forerunner of a whole generation of African women Nwapa is best-known for re-creating Igbo (Ibo) life and traditions from a woman's viewpoint.
With Efuru () Nwapa became black Africa's first internationally published female novelist in the English language. Edited by M.J. Daymond, Dorothy Driver, et al. The Southern Region.
The product of a decade of research, this landmark collection is the first of four volumes in the Women Writing Africa Project, which seeks to document and map the extraordinary and diverse landscape of African women's oral and written literatures.
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