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Re-creating ourselves : African women & critical transformations

Author: Molara Ogundipe-Leslie
Publisher: Trenton, N.J. : Africa World Press, 1994.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book falls into two parts: the first part, theory, comprising theoretical essays on literature, women and society, leads into the second part, practice, which presents Ogundipe-Leslie's work as a social activist. Both parts are linked by her poetry.
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Ogundipe-Leslie, Molara.
Re-creating ourselves.
Trenton, N.J. : Africa World Press, 1994
(OCoLC)624582867
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Molara Ogundipe-Leslie
ISBN: 0865434115 9780865434110 0865434123 9780865434127
OCLC Number: 29466457
Description: xvii, 262 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Foreword / Molara Ogundipe-Leslie --
Preface / Carole E. Boyce Davies --
Introduction --
Moving the Mountains Making the Links / Molara Ogundipe-Leslie --
1. African Women, Culture and Another Development --
2. Studying Women Through Literature: Theses on Rural Women in Africa --
3. The Female Writer and her Commitment --
4. Women in Nigeria --
5. The Proletarian Novel in Africa: Problematizing from Iyayi's Violence --
6. The Representation of Women: The Example of Soyinka's Ake --
7. The Bilingual to Quintulingual Poet in Africa --
Interlude: Meditations: A Prose Poem on Nigeria --
8. Introducing WIN: Women in Nigeria --
9. The Rights and Humanity of the Nigerian Woman --
10. African Marxists, Women and a Critique of Everyday Life --
11. Mobilizing the Mobilizers: Sex and Gender Problems in Nigeria Today --
12. Beyond the Women's Decade: A Message to Middle-Class Women --
13. Speech at a King's Palace --
14. The Image of Women and the Role of the Media in a New Political Culture. 15. Sisters are not Brothers in Christ: Global Women in Church and Society --
16. Stories of Structural Adjustment (SOSA): The Human Cost of Structural Adjustment Policy (SAP) for Women --
17. Mandela, Decolonization and the Rest of Us --
18. Stiwanism: Feminism in an African Context --
19. In Search of Citizenship: African Women and the Myth of Democracy.
Other Titles: African women and critical transformations
Responsibility: Molara Ogundipe-Leslie.

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This book falls into two parts: the first part, theory, comprising theoretical essays on literature, women and society, leads into the second part, practice, which presents Ogundipe-Leslie's work as a social activist. Both parts are linked by her poetry.

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