Daughters of the goddess, daughters of imperialism : African women struggle for culture, power and democracy

  title={Daughters of the goddess, daughters of imperialism : African women struggle for culture, power and democracy},
  author={Lisa A. Lindsay and If{\'i} Amadiume},
  journal={International Journal of African Historical Studies},
  • L. LindsayIfí Amadiume
  • Published 2000
  • Sociology, Political Science
  • International Journal of African Historical Studies
* 1. Introduction. * 2. African women present realities and which way forward? * 3. A history of class transformations: contemporary women's organizations in Nigeria. * 4. Class contestation in NCWS and other national women's organizations. * 5. Class and gender dynamics in professional women's organizations: rhetoric and practice. * 6. Gender and class in campaigns and civil discourse. * 7. Class and gender in child abuse. * 8. Women's healthcare and discourses on reproductive health. * 9… 

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