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Politics, freedoms and spirituality in Alaa Al Aswany's Yacouian Building
(University of Cape Town, 2013)
Although set in the 1990s and published in 2002, Alaa Al Aswany’s novel The Yacoubian Building conveys the corruption and brutality that led to explosive revolutions in Egypt from 2011. Moreover, his depiction of ...
Exploring new media technologies among young South African women
(African Gender Institute, University of Cape Town, 2013)
This article reflects on how the use of digitised communication and social media among young black South African women can be situated and assessed within the current context. The authors focus especially on nuanced ...
Gender, feminism and food studies
(Taylor & Francis, 2015)
Policy research and scholarship on food has rapidly increased in recent decades. The attention to 'gender' within this work appears to signal important practical and academic efforts to mainstream gendered understandings ...
A conversation with Anne Phillips on multiculturalism
(Unisa Press, 2015)
During March 2015, Professor Anne Phillips of the London School of Economics was a visiting fellow at Stellenbosch Institute for Advanced Study (STIAS). On 13 March a group of nine gender scholars from different disciplines ...