Suspense and Obscurity
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DOROTHY L. HODGSON is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Rutgers University. Series: Social History of Africa. Hardcover: 344 pages.
DOROTHY L. Publisher: Heinemann (April 19, 2001).
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Description: Preface Introduction: "Wicked" Women and the Reconfiguration of Gender in Africa, Dorothy L. Hodgson and Sheryl McCurdy Contesting Conjugality; Women, Marriage, Divorce and the Emerging Colonial State in Abeokuta (Nigeria) 1892-1904, Judith Byfield "She Thinks She's Like a Man": Marriage and (De)construction Gender Identity in Colonial Buha, Western Tanzania, 1943-1960, Margot Lovett Wayward Women and Useless Men: Contest
Dorothy L. Hodgson and Sheryl A. McCurdy 2001. It challenges the common stereotypes of African women as either victims or unrestrained resisters.
Portsmouth NH: Heinemann; Oxford: James Currey; Cape Town: David Philip, 2001. University of the West of England, Bristol. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 09 June 2003.
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Women in Africa today are exceedingly diverse and accomplished, despite the . Wicked Women and the Reconfiguration of Gender in Africa.
Women in Africa today are exceedingly diverse and accomplished, despite the negative news we read every day about violence, disease and poverty. Even those who recognize this often assume that women’s growing influence in African societies is a recent development due to the influence of modern liberal values. The Church of Women: Gendered Encounters Between Maasai and Missionaries. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2005) 19-40. Balogun Abiodun Oladele. Oxford and Portsmouth, NH: James Curry and Heinnemann, 2001) 130-148. Marjorie K. McIntosh.
Hodgson and McCurdy have assembled an impressive and multidisciplinary group of contributors. Some are senior scholars who have published widely in social history. Others are junior or mid-ranking scholars who already have substantial and have publications in the leading journals in their fields. The editors themselves provide a superb introduction that unifies the collection and offers novel theoretical and methodological insights into the study of women in Africa. This is a long overdue anthology that should become a required text every course that explores the experiences of African women and in every African Studies and African history course that takes gender seriously.