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BookAbdi, M.S. (2007)
A Religious Oriented Approach to Addressing FGM/C (Female Genital Mutilation/Circumcision) Among the Somali Community of Wajir, Kenya
Washington, D.C.: Population Council, Frontiers in Reproductive Health. 25p.

BookBoddy, Janice P. (2007)
Civilizing Women: British Crusades in Colonial Sudan
Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press.

Periodical articleBrewer, Devon D. and Potterat, John J. and Roberts, John M. and Brody, Stuart (2007)
Male and Female Circumcision Associated With Prevalent HIV Infection in Virgins and Adolescents in Kenya, Lesotho, and Tanzania
Annals of Epidemiology. Volume 17 #3. p. 217-226.

Dissertation / thesisDellenborg, Liselott (2007)
Multiple Meanings of Female Initiation: 'Circumcision' Among Jola Women in Lower Casamance, Senegal
Ph.D. dissertation: Goteborg University, Goteborg, Sweden. 311p.

Book chapterDopico, Mansura (2007)
Infibulation and the Orgasm Puzzle: Sexual Experiences of Infibulated Eritrean Women in Rural Eritrea and Melbourne, Australia
In: Hernlund, Ylva and Shell-Duncan, Bettina (eds.). Transcultural Bodies: Female Genital Cutting in Global Context. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press.

Periodical articleElnashar, A. and Abdelhady, R. (2007)
The Impact of Female Genital Cutting on Health of Newly Married Women
International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics. Volume 97 #3. June. p. 238-244.

Conference paperFillo, G.F. and Leone, T. (2007)
Female Genital Cutting: Reproductive Tract Infections and Perinatal Outcome in Burkina Faso
Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America (PAA), New York, New York, March 29-31, 2007. New York: PAA. 14p.

Periodical articleFreymeyer, Robert and Johnson, Barbara (2007)
See this documentAn Exploration of Attitudes Toward Female Genital Cutting in Nigeria
Population Research and Policy Review. Volume 26 #1. p. 69-83.

BookHernlund, Ylva and Shell-Duncan, Bettina (eds.) (2007)
Transcultural Bodies: Female Genital Cutting in Global Context
New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press.

Book chapterJohnson, Michelle C. (2007)
Making Mandinga or Making Muslims? Debating Female Circumcision, Ethnicity and Islam in Guinea-Bissau and Portugal
In: Hernlund, Ylva and Shell-Duncan, Bettina (eds.). Transcultural Bodies: Female Genital Cutting in Global Context. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press.

Periodical articleMonkman, Karen and Miles, Rebecca and Easton, Peter (2007)
See this documentThe Transformatory Potential of a Village Empowerment Program: The Tostan Replication in Mali
Women's Studies International Forum. Volume 30 #6. November-December. p. 451-464.

Dissertation / thesisMuraguri, S. Njeru (2007)
Bodies That Love: Clitoridectomy, Identity, Spirituality, and Uncertainty Amongst the Kikuyu of Central Kenya
M.A. Thesis: Catholic Theological Union at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. 171p.

Book chapterTalle, Aud (2007)
Female Circumcision in Africa and Beyond: The Anthropology of a Difficult Issue
In: Hernlund, Ylva and Shell-Duncan, Bettina (eds.). Transcultural Bodies: Female Genital Cutting in Global Context. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press.

Book chapterTalle, Aud (2007)
From 'Complete' to 'Impaired' Body: Female Circumcision in Somalia and London
In: Ingstad, Benedicte and Whyte, Susan R. (eds.). Disability in Local and Global Worlds. Berkeley: University of California Press.

BookU.N. Committee on the Elimination of Discriminatio (2007)
Concluding Comments of the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women: Mauritania
New York: United Nations. Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women. 9p.

Periodical articleWakabi, W. (2007)
See this documentAfrica Battles to Make Female Genital Mutilation History
The Lancet. Volume 369 #9567. March 31. p. 1069-1070.

BookWangila, Mary N. (2007)
Female Circumcision: The Interplay of Religion, Culture, and Gender in Kenya
Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books. Women From the Margins Series.

Book chapterAbdalla, Raqiya D. (2006)
'My Grandmother Called it the Three Feminine Sorrows': The Struggle of Women Against Female Circumcision in Somalia
In: Abusharaf, Rogaia M. (ed.). Female Circumcision: Multicultural Perspectives. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Periodical articleAbor, Patience A. (2006)
See this documentFemale Genital Mutilation: Psychological and Reproductive Health Consequences. The Case of Kayoro Traditional Area in Ghana
Gender and Behaviour. Volume 4 #1. p. 659-684.

BookAbusharaf, Rogaia M. (ed.) (2006)
Female Circumcision: Multicultural Perspectives
Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. 287p.

Periodical articleAdeokun, L.A. and Oduwole, M. and Oronsaye, F. and Gbogboade, A.O. and Aliyu, N. and Wumi, A. and Sadiq, G. and Sutton, I. and Taiwo, M. (2006)
Trends in Female Circumcision Between 1933 and 2003 in Osun and Ogun States, Nigeria (A Cohort Analysis)
African Journal of Reproductive Health. Volume 10 #2. August. p. 48-56.

Book chapterAhmed, Shahira (2006)
The Babiker Badri Scientific Association for Women's Studies and the Eradication of Female Circumcision in the Sudan
In: Abusharaf, Rogaia M. (ed.). Female Circumcision: Multicultural Perspectives. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Periodical articleBanks, E. and Meirik, O. and Farley, T. and Akande, O. and Bathija, H. and Ali, M. (2006)
Female Genital Mutilation and Obstetric Outcome: WHO Collaborative Prospective Study in Six African Countries
The Lancet. Volume 367 #9525. June 3. p. 1835-1841.

Periodical articleBerggren, V. and Musa Ahmed, S. and Hernlund, Y. and Johansson, E. and Habbani, B. and Edberg, A.K. (2006)
Being Victims or Beneficiaries? Perspectives on Female Genital Cutting and Reinfibulation in Sudan
African Journal of Reproductive Health. Volume 10 #2. August. p. 24-36.

BookBrandeis University, Women's Studies Research Center (2006)
Through the Eyes of Nigerian Artists: Confronting Female Genital Mutilation
Waltham, Massachusetts: Brandeis University, Women's Studies Research Center. 31p.

Periodical articleCantor, J.D. (2006)
When an Adult Female Seeks Ritual Genital Alteration: Ethics, Law, and the Parameters of Participation
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Volume 117 #4. April. p. 1158-1164.

Book chapterDiop, Nafissatou, J. and Askew, Ian (2006)
Strategies for Encouraging the Abandonment of Female Genital Cutting: Experiences From Senegal, Burkina Faso, and Mali
In: Abusharaf, Rogaia M. (ed.). Female Circumcision: Multicultural Perspectives. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Book chapterEl Bashir, Hamid (2006)
The Sudanese National Committee on the Eradication of Harmful Traditional Practices and the Campaign Against Female Genital Mutilation
In: Abusharaf, Rogaia M. (ed.). Female Circumcision: Multicultural Perspectives. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Book chapterEl Guindi, Fadwa (2006)
'Had This Been Your Face, Would You Leave it as it is?' Female Circumcision Among Nubians of Egypt
In: Abusharaf, Rogaia M. (ed.). Female Circumcision: Multicultural Perspectives. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Periodical articleElmusharaf, S. and Elhadi, N. and Almroth, L. (2006)
Reliability of Self Reported Form of Female Genital Mutilation and WHO Classification: Cross Sectional Study
BMJ: British Medical Journal. Clincal Research Edition. Volume 333 #7559. July 15. p. 124.

Periodical articleElmusharaf, S. and Elkhidir, I. and Hoffmann, S. and Almroth, L. (2006)
See this documentSexual Health: A Case-Control Study on the Association Between Female Genital Mutilation and Sexually Transmitted Infections in Sudan
BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Volume 113 #4. p. 469-474.

BookErinosho, Olayiwola A. (2006)
The Burden of Our Women
Ibadan: University of Ibadan, Postgraduate School. 30p.

Periodical articleFeyi-Waboso, Paul and Akinbiyi, Amos (2006)
Knowledge of, Attitudes About, and Practice of Female Genital Cutting in Antenatal Patients Among Igbos in Nigeria
Journal of Gynecologic Surgery. Volume 22 #3. p. 89-95.

Periodical articleGage, A.J. and Van Rossem, R. (2006)
Attitudes Toward the Discontinuation of Female Genital Cutting Among Men and Women in Guinea
International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics. Volume 92 #1. p. 92-96.

Periodical articleGruenbaum, Ellen (2006)
Sexuality Issues in the Movement to Abolish Female Genital Cutting in Sudan
Medical Anthropology Quarterly. Volume 20 #1. March. p. 121-138.

Book chapterHadi, Amal A. (2006)
A Community of Women Empowered: The Story of Deir El Basha
In: Abusharaf, Rogaia M. (ed.). Female Circumcision: Multicultural Perspectives. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

BookKorn, Fadumo and Eichhorst, Sabine (2006)
Born in the Big Rains: A Memoir of Somalia and Survival
New York: Feminist Press at the City University of New York. Women Writing Africa Series. 185p.

Periodical articleMelhado, L. (2006)
See this documentRisks of Adverse Obstetric and Perinatal Outcomes Increase With Severity of Female Genital Mutilation
International Family Planning Perspectives. Volume 32 #3. September. p. 154-155.

Periodical articleMensch, Barbara S. and Grant, Monica J. and Blanc, Ann K. (2006)
The Changing Context of Sexual Initiation in Sub-Saharan Africa
Population and Development Review. Volume 32 #4. December. p. 699-727.

Book chapterMohamud, Asha and Radeny, Samson and Ringheim, Karin (2006)
Community-Based Efforts to End Female Genital Mutilation in Kenya: Raising Awareness and Organizing Alternative Rites of Passage
In: Abusharaf, Rogaia M. (ed.). Female Circumcision: Multicultural Perspectives. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Periodical articleMoukheyer, M.E. and Van Eijk, J.T.M. (2006)
Level of Knowledge of Sudanese Adolescents About Reproductive Health (RH) and Harmful Traditional Practices (HTPs)
Ahfad Journal. Volume 23 #1. June. p. 66.

Periodical articleOduro, A. and Ansah, P. and Hodgson, A. and Afful, T. and Baiden, F. and Adongo, P. and Koram, K. (2006)
Trends in the Prevalence of Female Genital Mutilation and its Effect on Delivery Outcomes in the Kassena-Nankana District of Northern Ghana
Ghana Medical Journal. Volume 40 #3. September. p. 87-92.

BookPlan International (2006)
Tradition and Rights: Female Genital Cutting in West Africa
Woking, Surrey, Great Britain: Plan International, West African Region Office, Dakar, Senegal. 36p.

Dissertation / thesisRosen, Nicole L. (2006)
Attitudes Toward External Efforts to Eradicate Female Genital Cutting: A Case Study in Kenya
M.A. Thesis: Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, Pennsylvania. 121p.

Periodical articleSakeah, Evelyn and Beke, Andy and Doctor, Henry V. and Hodgson, Abraham V. (2006)
Males' Preference for Circumcised Women in Northern Ghana
African Journal of Reproductive Health. Volume 10 #2. August. p. 37-47.

Book chapterTeferra, Sehin (2006)
Tackling Tradition: Examining Successful Strategies in the Mitigation of Female Genital Mutilation in Ethiopian Communities
In: Kwaak, Anke v.d. and Wegelin-Schuringa, Madeleen (eds.). Gender and Health: Policy and Practice: Global Sourcebook. Amsterdam/Oxford: Royal Tropical Institute (KIT)/Oxfam.

BookUNICEF (2006)
See this documentFemale Genital Mutilation/Cutting: A Statistical Exploration
New York: United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF). 58p.

Dissertation / thesisWade, Lisa D. (2006)
'Female Genital Mutilation' in the American Imagination
Ph.D. dissertation: University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin.

Periodical articleWorld Health Organization (2006)
New, Solid Evidence of Obstetric Problems After Female Genital Mutilation
Progress in Reproductive Health Research. #72. p. 7.

Periodical articleWorld Health Organization (2006)
A Factual Overview of Female Genital Mutilation
Progress in Reproductive Health Research. #72. p. 2-6.

Periodical articleYount, Kathryn M. and Carrera, J.S. (2006)
Female Genital Cutting and Reproductive Experience in Minya, Egypt
Medical Anthropology Quarterly. Volume 20 #2. June. p. 182-211.

Periodical articleAbelMagied, Ahmed and Salah, Wifag (2005)
Perception and Attitudes of Religious Groups Towards Female Genital Mutilation
Ahfad Journal. Volume 22 #2. December. p. 53-63.

Periodical articleAbusharaf, Rogala M. (2005)
Smoke Bath: Renegotiating Self and the World in a Sudanese Shantytown
Anthropology and Humanism. Volume 30 #1. p. 1-21.

Book chapterAdjetey, Fitnat N-A. (2005)
Female Genital Mutilation: Tradition or Torture?
In: Bond, Johanna. Voices of African Women: Women's Rights in Ghana, Uganda, and Tanzania. Durham, North Carolina: Carolina Academic Press. p. 166-180.

Conference paperAhmadu, Fuambai S. (2005)
Gendering the Past and Present: Male Circumcision, Female Excision and the Ritual Performance of Bambara Creation Among the Mandinka of the Gambia
Paper presented at the 104th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), November 30-December 4 2005, Washington, D.C. Arlington, Virginia.

Dissertation / thesisAhmed, Naheed (2005)
Female Circumcision: Notions of Bodiliness and Deconstructing the Human Rights Discourse
B.S. Project: James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia. 93p.

Periodical articleAlmroth, Lars and Elmusharaf, Susan and El Hadi, Nagla and Obeid, Abdelrahim and El Sheikh, Mohamed A.A. and Elfadil, Saad M. and Bergstrom, Stefan (2005)
Primary Infertility After Genital Mutilation in Girlhood in Sudan: A Case-Control Study
The Lancet. Volume 366 #9483. July 30. p. 385-391.

Periodical articleAndrous, Z. (2005)
Female Genital Cutting: A Sociological Analysis
International Journal of Human Rights. Volume 9 #4. p. 255-275.

Periodical articleBehrendt, A. and Moritz, S. (2005)
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Memory Problems After Female Genital Mutilation
American Journal of Psychiatry. Volume 162 #5. May. p. 1000-1002.

Conference paperBoddy, Janice (2005)
Civilizing Women: The Campaign Against Female Genital Cutting in Colonial Sudan
Paper presented at the 104th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), November 30-December 4 2005, Washington, D.C. Arlington, Virginia.

Conference paperButt, Caroline (2005)
Reproduction and Sexual Health in Colonial Kenya: The Controversy of Female Circumcision, 1929
Paper presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 17-November 20, 2005, Washington, DC. New Brunswick, New Jersey, Rutgers University.

Periodical articleChristoffersen-Deb, Astrid (2005)
'Taming Tradition': Medicalized Female Genital Practices in Western Kenya
Medical Anthropology Quarterly. Volume 19 #4. p. 402-418.

Periodical articleCoulter, Chris (2005)
Reflections From the Field: A Girl's Initiation Ceremony in Northern Sierra Leone
Anthropological Quarterly. Volume 78 #2. Spring. p. 431-441.

Periodical articleEhrenreich, Nancy and Barr, Mark (2005)
Intersex Surgery, Female Genital Cutting, and the Selective Condemnation of 'Cultural Practices'
Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review. Volume 40 #1. Winter. p. 71-140.

Conference paperGordon-Chipembere, Natasha (2005)
Memoir, History and Female Circumcision in African Women's Writing
Paper presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 17-November 20, 2005, Washington, DC. New Brunswick, New Jersey, Rutgers University.

Periodical articleGruenbaum, Ellen (2005)
Socio-Cultural Dynamics of Female Genital Cutting: Research Findings, Gaps, and Directions
Culture, Health and Sexuality. Volume 7 #5. September. p. 429-441.

Periodical articleGruenbaum, Ellen (2005)
Feminist Activism for the Abolition of FGC (Female Genital Cutting) in Sudan
Journal of Middle East Women's Studies. Volume 1 #2. Spring. p. 89-111.

Conference paperGruenbaum, Ellen (2005)
Feminist Activism for the Abolition of Female Genital Cutting in Sudan
Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), November 19-22, 2004, Washington, D.C. Tucson: University of Arizona.

Periodical articleHayford, Sarah R. (2005)
Conformity and Change: Community Effects on Female Genital Cutting in Kenya
Journal of Health and Social Behavior. Volume 46 #2. June. p. 121-140.

Conference paperHernlund, Ylva K. (2005)
Precarious Performances: Negotiating the Authority of Tradition in the Gambia
Paper presented at the 104th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), November 30-December 4 2005, Washington, D.C. Arlington, Virginia.

DVD / videoIntegrated Regional Information Networks (2005)
Razor's Edge: The Controversy of Female Genital Mutilation: A Multimedia Presentation
Nairobi: Integrated Regional Information Networks (IRIN). Computer File CD-ROM. Color. 4 3/4 Inches.

BookJaldesa, Guyo W. and Askew, Ian and Njue, Carolyne and Wanjiru, Monica (2005)
See this documentFemale Genital Cutting Among the Somali of Kenya and Management of its Complications
New York: Population Council. February. 34p.

Conference paperJohnson, Michelle C. (2005)
Mandinga Initiation in Guinea-Bissau: Past, Present, and Future
Paper presented at the 104th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), November 30-December 4 2005, Washington, D.C. Arlington, Virginia.

BookKahurananga, Ruth and Mafani, M. (eds.) (2005)
Empowering Women and Girls: Challenges and Strategies in Gender Equality
New York: World Vision. World Vision International Resources on Child Rights. 101p.

Periodical articleKlouman, Elise and Manongi, Rachel and Klepp, Knut-Inge (2005)
Self-Reported and Observed Female Genital Cutting in Rural Tanzania: Associated Demographic Factors, HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infections
Tropical Medicine and International Health. Volume 10 #1. January. p. 105-115.

Periodical articleMartinez, Samuel (2005)
Searching for a Middle Path: Rights, Capabilities, and Political Culture in the Study of Female Genital Cutting
Ahfad Journal. Volume 22 #1. June. p. 31-44.

Periodical articleMattson, C.L. and Bailey, Robert C. and Muga, R. and Poulussen, R. and Onyango, T. (2005)
Acceptability of Male Circumcision and Predictors of Circumcision Preference Among Men and Women in Nyanza Province, Kenya
AIDS Care. Volume 17 #2. February. p. 182-194.

Dissertation / thesisMose, Grace B. (2005)
Accounting for the Persistence of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM): A Case Study of the Abagusii Community, Kenya
Ph.D. dissertation: State University of New York (SUNY), Albany, New York. 329p.

BookMugawe, David and Powell, Antoinette (2005)
See this documentBorn to High Risk: Violence Against Girls in Africa
Addis Ababa: African Child Abuse Forum. 68p.

Dissertation / thesisNjoroge, Leah N. (2005)
A Qualitative Assessment of the Impact of Female Circumcision on the Spirituality of Christian Women From Select Denominations in Kenya
Ph.D. dissertation: Biola University, La Mirada, California. 237p.

BookNnaemeka, Obioma (ed.) (2005)
Female Circumcision and the Politics of Knowledge: African Women in Imperialist Discourses
Westport, Connecticut: Praeger. 288p.

Conference paperNtarangwi, Mwenda G. (2005)
'I Have Changed my Mind Now': Students' Responses to Female Circumcision in Africa
Paper presented at the 104th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), November 30-December 4 2005, Washington, D.C. Arlington, Virginia.

Book chapterOkwalo, Moniah (2005)
Violence Against Women: Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in Kenya and How World Vision Kenya is Using a Community Friendly Approach to Overcome the Vice: The Alternative Rite of Passage
In: Kahurananga, Ruth and Mafani, M. (eds.). Empowering Women and Girls: Challenges and Strategies in Gender Equality. New York: World Vision. World Vision International Resources on Child Rights. p. 5-19.

Book chapterPacker, Corinne (2005)
Understanding the Sociocultural and Traditional Context of Female Circumcision and the Impact of the Human Rights Discourse
In: Nnaemeka, Obioma and Ezeilo, Joy N. (eds.). Engendering Human Rights: Cultural and Socioeconomic Realities in Africa. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Comparative Feminist Studies Series. p. 223-248.

BookPopulation Council (2005)
Senegal. Female Genital Cutting. Community Education Program Increases Dialogue on FGC
Washington, D.C.: Population Council. Frontiers in Reproductive Health. June. 2p.

Conference paperPrazak, Miroslava (2005)
What do Alternative Rites of Passage Alter?
Paper presented at the 104th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), November 30-December 4 2005, Washington, D.C. Arlington, Virginia.

Conference paperShell-Duncan, Bettina K. and Hernlund, Yiva K. (2005)
Female Genital Cutting in Senegambia: Setting the Stage for Change
Paper presented at the 104th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), November 30-December 4 2005, Washington, D.C. Arlington, Virginia.

Book chapterShell-Duncan, Bettina K. and Obiero, Walter O. and Muruli, Leunita A. (2005)
Development, Modernization, and Medicalization: Influences on the Changing Nature of Female 'Circumcision' in Rendille Society
In: Fratkin, Elliot M. and Roth, Eric A. (eds.). As Pastoralists Settle: Social, Health and Economic Consequences of the Pastoral Sedentarization in Marsabit District, Kenya. New York: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

BookSkaine, Rosemarie (2005)
Female Genital Mutilation: Legal, Cultural, and Medical Issues
Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland. 321p.

Periodical articleThierfelder, Clara and Marcel, Tanner and Bodiang, Claudia and Kessler, M. (2005)
Female Genital Mutilation in the Context of Migration: Experience of African Women in the Swiss Health Care System
European Journal of Public Health. Volume 15 #1. February. p. 86-90.

Periodical articleWatson, M.A. (2005)
Female Circumcision From Africa to the Americas: Slavery to the Present
Social Science Journal. Volume 42 #3. p. 421-437.

BookZuhur, Sherifa (2005)
Gender, Sexuality and the Criminal Laws in the Middle East and North Africa: A Comparative Study
Istanbul: Women for Women's Human Rights (WWHR) - New Ways. Women for Women's Human Rights Report. February. 76p.

Periodical articleAbdel Magied, Ahmed M. and Makki, Ayat E. (2004)
Knowledge and Attitudes of Sudanese Youth Toward Female/Genital Mutilation/Female Circumcision (FGM/FC) - A Case Study: College of Technological Sciences (Tigana)
Ahfad Journal. Volume 21 #1. June. p. 29-40.

Periodical articleAbdel Magied, Ahmed M. and Musa, Suad (2004)
Psycho-Sexual Effect of Female Genital Mutilation on Sudanese Men
Ahfad Journal. Volume 21 #1. June. p. 18-25.

BookAbusharaf, Rogaia M. (2004)
Life in Khartoum: Probing Forced Migration and Cultural Change Among War-Displaced Southern Sudanese Women
Cambridge, Massachusetts: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Center for International Studies. Rosemarie Rogers Working Paper Series #30. August. 76p.

Periodical articleAdams, Karen E. (2004)
What's 'Normal': Female Genital Mutilation, Psychology, and Body Image
Journal of the American Medical Women's Association. Volume 59 #3. Summer. p. 168-170.

Periodical articleAnuforo, Prisca O. and Oyedele, Lola and Pacquiao, Dula F. (2004)
Comparative Study of Meanings, Beliefs, and Practices of Female Circumcision Among Three Nigerian Tribes in the United States and Nigeria
Journal of Transcultural Nursing. Volume 15 #2. p. 103-113.

BookArnfred, Signe (ed.) (2004)
Re-thinking sexualities in Africa
Abstract presentUppsala: Nordiska. 276p.

Periodical articleAshenafi, M. (2004)
Advocacy for Legal Reform for Safe Abortion
African Journal of Reproductive Health. Volume 8 #1. p. 79-84.

Periodical articleBaumgarten, I. and Finke, E. and Manguet, J. and Von Roenne, A. (2004)
Intergenerational Dialogue on Gender Roles and Female Genital Mutilation in Guinea
Sexual Exchange. #3-4. 8p.

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