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Periodical articleMills, Elizabeth (2019)
See this publicationArt, Vulnerability and HIV in Post-Apartheid South Africa
Journal of Southern African Studies. Volume 45 #1. p. 175-195.

PeriodicalSeror, Céline (ed.) (2014)
IAM: intense art magazine: the first magazine dedicated to art, women and Africa = Le premier mangazine dédié à l'art, les femmes et l'Afrique
Amsterdam: IAM - Intense Art Magazine.

Conference paperFalola, Toyin; Ngom, Fallou (eds.) (2010)
Facts, fiction, and African creative imaginations
Abstract presentLondon: Routledge. Routledge African studies #1. 332p.

BookKhanna, Ranjana (2008)
Algeria cuts: women and representation, 1830 to the present
Stanford, CA: Stanford university press. Cultural memory in the present. 301p.

Periodical articleAbderrezak, Hakim (2007)
See this publicationThe Modern Harem in Mokneche's 'Le Harem de Mme Osmane' and 'Viva Laldjerie'
The Journal of North African Studies. Volume 12 #3. September. p. 347-368.

Periodical articleAsakitikpi, A.O. (2007)
See this publicationFunctions of Hand Woven Textiles among Yoruba Women in Southwestern Nigeria
Nordic Journal of African Studies. Volume 16 #1. p. 101-115.

Periodical articleBatra, Kanika (2007)
'Daughters Who Know the Languages of Power'
Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies. Volume 9 #1. March. p. 124-138.

Periodical articleBerliner, David S. (2007)
Caryatid Drums of Baga Women
Arts and Cultures: Antiquity, Africa, Oceania, Asia, Americas. #8. p. 212-223.

Periodical articleBerns, Maria C. (2007)
Pottery-Making in Bonakire, Ghana
African Arts. Volume 40 #1. Spring. p. 86-91.

Dissertation / thesisBolzt, Kerstin (2007)
Women as Artists in Contemporary Zimbabwe
M.A. Thesis: Bayreuth University, Bayreuth, Germany. 319p.

Book chapterCole, Catherine M. (2007)
'Give Her a Slap to Warm Her Up': Post-Gender Theory and Ghana's Popular Culture
In: Cole, Catherine M. and Manuh, Takyiwaa and Miescher, Stephan (eds.). Africa After Gender? Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press. p. 270-284.

BookCole, Catherine M.; Manuh, Takyiwaa; Miescher, Stephan (eds.) (2007)
Africa after Gender?
Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press. 328p.

Periodical articleDuran, Lucy (2007)
Ngaraya: Women and Musical Mastery in Mali
Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. Volume 70 #3. October. p. 569-602.

Book chapterEbron, Paulla A. (2007)
Constituting Subjects through Performative Acts
In: Cole, Catherine M. and Manuh, Takyiwaa and Miescher, Stephan (eds.). Africa After Gender? Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press. p. 171-190.

Periodical articleFrank, Barbara E. (2007)
Ceramics Arts in Africa: Marks of Identity
African Arts. Volume 40 #1. Spring. p. 30-41.

BookGianturco, Paola (2007)
Women Who Light the Dark
New York/London: PowerHouse/Turnaround. 239p.

Periodical articleGoldner, Janet (2007)
The Women of Kalabougou (Mali)
African Arts. Volume 40 #1. Spring. p. 74-79.

Book chapterMaclain, Adrienne (2007)
Let us be United in Purpose: Variations on Gender Relations in the Yorub Popular Theatre
In: Cole, Catherine M. and Manuh, Takyiwaa and Miescher, Stephan (eds.). Africa After Gender? Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press. p. 108-124.

Periodical articleMaiwada, Salihu; Renne, Elisha P. (2007)
New Technologies of Embroidered Robe Production and Changing Gender Roles in Zaria, Nigeria, 1950-2005
Textile History. Volume 38 #1. May. p. 25-58.

BookRizk, Mohamed E. (2007)
Women in Taarab: The Performing Art in East Africa
Frankfurt, Germany/New York: Peter Lang. 198p.

Periodical articleSanga, Imani (2007)
Gender in Church Music: Dynamics of Gendered Space in Muziki wa Injili in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Journal of Popular Music. Volume 19 #1. p. 59-91.

Periodical articleSchmahmann, Brenda (2007)
Needled Women: Representations of Male Conduct in Mapula Embroideries
Textile: The Journal of Cloth and Culture. Volume 5 #1. Spring. p. 10-33.

BookShafik, Viola (2007)
Popular Egyptian Cinema: Gender, Class, and Nation
Cairo/New York: American University in Cairo Press. 349p.

Dissertation / thesisSheedy, Mari (2007)
The Creation of Women's Space through Traditional African Dance in Islamic East Africa
M.A. Thesis: City College of New York, New York, New York. 51p.

Periodical articleVambe, Maurice Taonezvi (2007)
See this publication'Aya Mohobo': Migrant Labour and the Cultural Semiotics of Harare (Mbare) African Township, 1930-1970
African Identities. Volume 5 #3. December. p. 355-369.

Periodical articleAbaru, B.M.; Mugera, A.W.; Norman, D.W.; Featherstone, A.M. (2006)
The Uganda Rural Farmers Scheme: Women's Accessibility to Agricultural Credit
Agricultural Finance Review. Volume 66 #2. p. 215-234.

Periodical articleAkudinobi, Jude G. (2006)
Durable Dreams: Dissent, Critique, and Creativity in 'Faat Kine' and 'Moolaade'
Meridians: Feminism, Race, Transnationalism. Volume 6 #2. Spring.

Dissertation / thesisBatra, Kanika (2006)
Political Acts: Gender, Sexuality, and Citizenship on Postcolonial Drama
Ph.D. dissertation: Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

Periodical articleBecker, Cynthia (2006)
The Amazigh Textiles and Dress in Morocco
African Arts. Volume 39 #3. Autumn. p. 42-56.

Book chapterBecker, Cynthia J. (2006)
Ait Khabbash Textiles: Weaving Metaphors of Identity
In: Becker, Cynthia J. Amazigh Arts in Morocco: Women Shaping Berber Identity. Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press. p. 15-46.

Book chapterBecker, Cynthia J. (2006)
Contemporary Amazigh Arts: Giving Material Form to Amazigh Consciousness
In: Becker, Cynthia J. Amazigh Arts in Morocco: Women Shaping Berber Identity. Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press. p. 177-194.

Book chapterBecker, Cynthia J. (2006)
Dance Performance: Negotiating Gender and Social Change
In: Becker, Cynthia J. Amazigh Arts in Morocco: Women Shaping Berber Identity. Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press. p. 76-94.

Book chapterBecker, Cynthia J. (2006)
Oh, My Sudanese Mother: The Legacy of Slavery in Ait Khabbash Art
In: Becker, Cynthia J. Amazigh Arts in Morocco: Women Shaping Berber Identity. Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press. p. 162-176.

Book chapterBecker, Cynthia J. (2006)
The Art of Dressing the Body
In: Becker, Cynthia J. Amazigh Arts in Morocco: Women Shaping Berber Identity. Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press. p. 47-75.

Book chapterBecker, Cynthia J. (2006)
Women as Public Symbols of Identity: The Adornment of the Bride and the Groom
In: Becker, Cynthia J. Amazigh Arts in Morocco: Women Shaping Berber Identity. Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press. p. 95-133.

BookBecker, Cynthia J. (2006)
Amazigh Arts in Morocco: Women Shaping Berber Identity
Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press. 241p.

Periodical articleBotha, Andries (2006)
Voices of Women: Hope, Art, Truth and Reconciliation
Prince Claus Fund Journal. #13. p. 30-33.

Periodical articleBox, Laura C. (2006)
Outrageous Behavior: Women's Public Performance in North Africa
Meridians: Feminism, Race, Transnationalism. Volume 6 #2. Spring. p. 78-92.

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 articleChillag, Kata; Guest, Greg; Bunce, Arwen; Johnson, Laura; Kilmarx, Peter H.; Smith, Dawn K. (2006)
See this publicationTalking about Sex in Botswana: Social Desirability Bias and Possible Implications for HIV-Prevention Research
Abstract presentAfrican Journal of AIDS Research. Volume 5 #2. September. p. 123-131.

BookComley, Robin; Hallett, George; Ntsoma, Neo (eds.) (2006)
Women by Women: 50 Years of Women's Photography in South Africa
Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press. 272p.

Dissertation / thesisHashimoto, Marika J. (2006)
Ndebele Architecture: The Home in Post-Apartheid South Africa
B.A. Honors Thesis: Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts. 254p.

Dissertation / thesisHough, Carolyn A. (2006)
Disruption and Development: Kanyalengs in the Gambia
Ph.D. dissertation: University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. 273p.

Book chapterLoughran, Kristyne (2006)
Tuareg Women and Their Jewelry
In: Seligman, Thomas K. (ed.). Art of Being Tuareg: Sahara Nomads in a Modern World. Los Angeles: University of California-Los Angeles, Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University/UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History. p. 166-211.

Periodical articleMcKee, Yates (2006)
See this publicationThe Politics of the Plane: On Fatimah Tuggar's Working Woman
Visual Anthropology. Volume 19 #5. December. p. 417-422.

Book chapterMuurling, Nienke (2006)
Finding Money at Home and Abroad: The Affairs of a Transnational Jelmuso
In: Wooten, Stephen R. (ed.). Wari Matters: Ethnographic Explorations of Money in the Mande World. Munich: Lit. p. 178-190.

Book chapterNuotio, H. (2006)
The Dance That is Not Danced, the Song That is Not Sung: Zanzibari Women in the Maulidi Ritual
In: Loimeier, Roman and Seesemann, Rudiger (eds.). The Global Worlds of the Swahili: Interfaces of Islam, Identity and Space in 19th and 20th- Century East Africa. Berlin: LIT Verlag.

Periodical articleOkeke-Agulu, Chika (2006)
Politics by Other Means: The Art of Gazbia Sirry and Ghada Amer
Meridians: Feminism, Race, Transnationalism. Volume 6 #2. Spring.

Periodical articlePeabody, Stanton (2006)
Women Who Made a Difference: A Special Record
Abstract presentLiberian Studies Journal. Volume 31 #1. p. 63-89.

Periodical articlePereira, Taryn; Shackleton, Charlie; Shackleton, Sheona (2006)
See this publicationTrade in Reed-Based Craft Products in Rural Villages in the Eastern Cape, South Africa
Development Southern Africa. Volume 23 #4. October. p. 477-495.

Book chapterPrince, Ruth (2006)
Popular Music and Luo Youth in Western Kenya: Ambiguities of Modernity, Morality and Gender Relations in the Era of AIDS
In: Navigating Youth, Generating Adulthood: Social Becoming in an African Context. p. 117-152.

BookScheub, Harold (2006)
Storytelling Songs of Zulu Women: Recording Archetypal Rites of Passage and Mythic Paths
Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellen Press. 292p.

Book chapterStec, Loretta (2006)
Rebecca West in South Africa: The Limits of Liberalism
In: Schweizer, Bernard (ed.). Rebecca West Today: Contemporary Critical Approaches. Newark: University of Delaware Press.

Book chapterTaxil, Gisele; Bourges, Ann (2006)
Conservation of Our Lady of Seven Sorrows Cathedral and Safeguarding the Tradition of Decoration of the Nankani Women
In: Rainer, Leslie H. (ed.). Conservation of Decorated Surfaces on Earthen Architecture. Los Angeles: Getty Conservation Institute. p. 152-163.

Dissertation / thesisThema, Kgaladi M. (2006)
Sekgapa: A Culture-Based Study of a Musical Tradition of BaPedi Women of Mailula, mmamabolo District, Limpopo Province, South Africa
M.Mus. Thesis: University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa. 88p.

Dissertation / thesisWeber-Feve, Stacey A. (2006)
There's No Place Like Home: Homemaking, Making Home and Femininity in Contemporary Women's Filmmaking and the Literature of the Metropol and the Maghreb
Ph.D. dissertation: Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. 286p.

BookZubieta, Leslie F. (2006)
See this publicationThe Rock Art of Mwana wa Chentcherere II Rock Shelter, Malawi. A Site-Specific Study of Girls' Initiation Rock Art
Leiden, Netherlands: Leiden: African Studies Centre, 2006. #83. M.S. Thesis: University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, 2004. 145p.

Periodical articleAjibade, George O. (2005)
See this publicationIs There No Man with Penis in This Land? Eroticism and Performance in Yoruba Nuptial Songs
African Study Monographs. Volume 26 #2. August. p. 99-113.

Book chapterAl-Harithy, Howayda (2005)
Female Patronage of Mamluk Architecture in Cairo
In: Sonbol, Amira E. (ed.). Beyond the Exotic: Women's Histories in Islamic Societies. Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press.

BookAmpene, Kwasi (2005)
Female Song Tradition and the Akan of Ghana: The Creative Process in Nnwonkoro
Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate. SOAS Musicology Series. 234p.

Book chapterArnold, Marion I. (2005)
European Modernism and African Domicile: Women Painters and the Search for Identity
In: Arnold, Marion I. (ed.). Between Union and Liberation: Women Artists in South Africa, 1910-1994. Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate. p. 51-70.

Book chapterArnold, Marion I. (2005)
Visual Culture in Context: The Implications of Union and Liberation
In: Arnold, Marion I. (ed.). Between Union and Liberation: Women Artists in South Africa, 1910-1994. Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate. p. 1-32.

BookArnold, Marion I.; Schmahmann, Brenda (eds.) (2005)
Between Union and Liberation: Women Artists in South Africa, 1910-1994
Aldershot, Great Britain: Ashgate. 240p.

Book chapterAsakitikpi, A.O. (2005)
Owo Women's Religious Textiles
In: Yoruba Religious Textiles: Essays in Honour of Cornelius Oyeleke Adepegba. p. 71-88.

Conference paperBanoum, Bertrade N-N. (2005)
Basaa Women's Verbal Art: Theorizing Identity, Gender and Power Relations
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.

BookBlackden, C. Mark; Wodon, Quentin (2005)
Gender, Time Use, and Poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa
Washington, D.C.: World Bank, Country Analytic Work (CAW). December. 168p.

BookBox, Laura C. (2005)
Strategies of Resistance in the Dramatic Texts of North African Women: A Body of Words
New York: Routledge. Middle East Studies. 258p.

Periodical articleByrne, Dulcie (2005)
The Embroidered Bookbindings of Rosie Stuart
Quarterly Bulletin of the National Library of South Africa. Volume 59 #1. p. 15-25.

Book chapterCarmen, Jillian (2005)
Florence Phillips: Patronage and the Arts at the Time of Union
In: Arnold, Marion I. (ed.). Between Union and Liberation: Women Artists in South Africa, 1910-1994. Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate. p. 33-50.

BookCassarino, Severa R. (2005)
Celebrating Women through the Eyes of Our Children: With the Participation of 100 Women Achievers in South Africa
Orange Grove, South Africa: Dictum Publishers for Valued Citizens Initiative. 128p.

BookChepyator-Thomson, Jepkorir R. (ed.) (2005)
African Women and Globalization: Dawn of the 21st Century
Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press. 292p.

Book chapterCruise, Wilma (2005)
Breaking the Mould: Women Ceramists in KwaZulu-Natal
In: Arnold, Marion I. (ed.). Between Union and Liberation: Women Artists in South Africa, 1910-1994. Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate. p. 132-151.

Book chapterDanilowitz, Brenda (2005)
Constance Stuart Larrabee's Photographs of the Ndundza Ndebele: Performing and History beyond the Modernist Frame
In: Arnold, Marion I. (ed.). Between Union and Liberation: Women Artists in South Africa, 1910-1994. Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate. p. 71-93.

Conference paperDougherty, Roberta L. (2005)
Music, Women and Leisure: Piano Sheet Music and the Amateur Musician in Early 20th Century Egypt
Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), November 19-22, 2004, Washington, D.C. Tucson: University of Arizona.

Book chapterGilbert, Shirli (2005)
Popular Music, Gender Equality and the Anti-Apartheid Struggle
In: Walton, Chris and Muller, Stephanus (eds.). Gender and Sexuality in South African Music. Stellenbosch: SUN ePReSS.

Periodical articleGqola, Pumla D. (2005)
Memory, Diaspora and Spiced Bodies in Motion: Berni Searle's Art
African Identities. Volume 3 #2. October. p. 123-138.

Book chapterIkwuemesi, C. Krydz (2005)
The Uli Women Painters of Nri
In: Ikwuemesi, C. Krydz (ed.). Rediscovery of Tradition: Uli and the Politics of Culture. Lagos: Pendulum Centre for Culture and Development. p. 1-20.

Book chapterIkwuemesi, C. Krydz; Ejiafo, Ifude; Ezechinyelugo; Okaro, Eziafo (2005)
'We Belong to Tradition': Conversation with Eziafo Okaro, If'ude Ejiafo and Ezechinyelugo, at Ogidi, Anambra State, Nigeria, August, 2004
In: Ikwuemesi, C. Krydz (ed.). Rediscovery of Tradition: Uli and the Politics of Culture. Lagos: Pendulum Centre for Culture and Development. p. 104-124.

Book chapterKemeh, Shabaash M. (2005)
Theatre by Women: Development Projects in Rural Ghana
In: Powell, Mary C. and Marcow-Speiser, Vivien (eds.). The Arts, Education, and Social Change: Little Signs of Hope. New York: Peter Lang. Lesley University Series in Arts and Education. Volume 9.

Dissertation / thesisLambert, Jade M. (2005)
Ama Ata Aidoo's 'Anowa' Performative Practice and the Postcolonial Subject
M.A. Thesis: Miami University, Miami, Ohio. 57p.

Book chapterLeibhammer, Nessa (2005)
Technologies and Transformations: Baskets, Women and Change in Twentieth-Century KwaZulu-Natal
In: Arnold, Marion I. (ed.). Between Union and Liberation: Women Artists in South Africa, 1910-1994. Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate. p. 111-131.

Periodical articleLobnibe, Isidore (2005)
See this publicationForbidden Fruit in the Compound: A Case Study of Migration, Spousal Separation and Group-Wife Adultery in Northwest Ghana
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 75 #4. p. 559-581.

BookMack, Beverly B. (2005)
Muslim Women Sing: Hausa Popular Song
Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press. 248p.

Periodical articleMatchett, Sara (2005)
See this publicationCollaborative Conversations: The Mothertongue Project in Profile
Feminist Africa. #4.

Dissertation / thesisMedina, Michelle (2005)
Our Bodies are Covered in Stories: Narrating Multiple Identities in Contemporary Moroccan Women's Film
Honors Thesis: Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts. 125p.

Periodical articleMikelle, Antoine (2005)
Genevieve Nnaji and the African Woman's Revolution
Women and Environments International Magazine. #66-67. Spring/Summer. p. 7-9.

Periodical articleMiller, Kimberly A. (2005)
T-Shirts, Testimony, and Truth: Memories of Violence Made Visible
Textiles: A Journal of Cloth and Culture. Volume 3 #3. p. 253-273.

Dissertation / thesisMorales-Libove, Jessica (2005)
Dancing a Fine Line: Gender, Sexuality and Morality at Women's Tours in Dakar, Senegal
Ph.D. dissertation: Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. 242p.

Periodical articleMutia, Babila (2005)
See this publicationPerformer, Audience, and Performance Context of Bakweri Pregnancy Rituals and Incantations
Abstract presentCahiers d'études africaines. Volume 45 #177. p. 217-237.

Book chapterNamono, Catherine; Eastwood, Edward B. (2005)
Art, Authorship and Female Issues in a Northern Sotho Rock Painting Site
In: Blundell, Geoffrey (ed.). Further Approaches to Southern African Rock Art. Vlaeberg, South Africa: South African Archaeological Society in Association With ASAPA.

BookNannyonga-Tamusuza, Sylvia A. (2005)
Baakisimba: Gender in the Music and Dance of the Baganda People of Uganda
London/New York: Routledge. 272p.

BookNgufor Samba, Emelda (2005)
Women in Theatre for Development in Cameroon: Participation, Contributions and Limitations
Bayreuth, Germany: Bayreuth African Studies #74. 245p.

Book chapterNolte, Jacqueline (2005)
Narrative of Migration in the Works of Noria Mabasa and Mmakgoba Sebidi
In: Arnold, Marion I. (ed.). Between Union and Liberation: Women Artists in South Africa, 1910-1994. Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate. p. 174-195.

Conference paperNzegwu, Nkiru (2005)
Breaking Taboos: Art and Sexual Violence in Contemporary Nigeria
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.

Dissertation / thesisPhophi, Lufuno (2005)
Venda Traditional Female Dress: Use and Significance
MTech. Thesis: Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa. 213p.

Dissertation / thesisPierce, Karen M. (2005)
Beyond Islam: The Portrait of the 'Elegant Woman' in Senegalese Reverse-Glass Painting
M.A. Thesis: Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia. 124p.

Book chapterSchmahmann, Brenda (2005)
On Pins and Needles: Gender Politics and Embroidery Projects before the First Democratic Election
In: Arnold, Marion I. (ed.). Between Union and Liberation: Women Artists in South Africa, 1910-1994. Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate. p. 152-173.

Book chapterSchmahmann, Brenda (2005)
Representing Regulation - Rendering Resistance: Female Bodies in the Art of Penny Siopis
In: Arnold, Marion I. (ed.). Between Union and Liberation: Women Artists in South Africa, 1910-1994. Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate. p. 196-221.

Periodical articleSchmahmann, Brenda (2005)
Stitches as Sutures: Trauma and Recovery in Works by Women in the Mapula Embroidery Project
African Arts. Volume 38 #3. Autumn. p. 52-68.

Conference paperSidikou, Aissata (2005)
New Perspectives on Women's Songs from Africa
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.

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