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Periodical issueMama, Amina; Abbas, Hakima (eds.) (2015)
See this publicationFeminism and pan-Africanism
Abstract presentFeminist Africa. #20. 137p.

Periodical issueMama, Amina; Abbas, Hakima (eds.) (2014)
See this publicationFeminism and pan-Africanism
Abstract presentFeminist Africa. #19. 129p.

Periodical issueBadoe, Yaba; Mama, Amina; Mekuria, Salem; Dovey, Lindiwe (eds.) (2012)
See this publicationAfrican feminist engagements with film
Abstract presentFeminist Africa. #16. 162p.

Periodical issueMama, Amina; Okazawa-Rey, Margo (eds.) (2008)
See this publicationMilitarism, conflict and women's activism
Abstract presentFeminist Africa. #10. 147p.

Periodical issueBarnes, Teresa; Mama, Amina; Diaw, Aminata (eds.) (2007)
See this publicationRethinking universities II
Abstract presentFeminist Africa. #9. 145p.

Periodical issueMama, Amina; Barnes, Teresa; Tsikata, Dzodzi (eds.) (2007)
See this publicationRethinking universities I
Abstract presentFeminist Africa. #8. 131p.

Book chapterMama, A. (2005)
Gender Studies for Africa's Transformation
In: Mkandawire, Thandika (ed.), African Intellectuals: Rethinking Politics, Language, Gender and Development. p. 93-116.

Periodical articleMama, Amina; Tsikata, Dzodzi; Mensah-Kutin, Rose; Harrison, Hamida (2005)
See this publicationThe Ghanaian Women's Manifesto Movement
Feminist Africa. #4.

Periodical articleMama, A. (2004)
Demythologising Gender in Development: Feminist Studies in African Contexts
IDS Bulletin. Volume 35 #4. p. 121-124.

Periodical articleMama, Amina; Byanyima, Winnie (2004)
See this publicationLiving Feminist Politics - Amina Mama interviews Winnie Byanyima
Feminist Africa. #3. September.

Periodical articleMama, Amina (2003)
See this publicationRestore, Reform but do Not Transform: The Gender Politics of Higher Education in Africa
Journal of Higher Education in Africa. Volume 1 #1. Fall. p. 101-125.

Periodical articleMama, Amina (2001)
See this publicationChallenging Subjects: Gender and Power in African Contexts
African Sociological Review. Volume 5 #2. p. 63-73.

Book chapterMama, Amina (2001)
Challenging Subjects: Gender and Power in African Contexts
In: Diagne, S.B. and Mama, Amina A. and Melber, H. and Nyamnjoh, F.B. (eds.). Identity and Beyond: Rethinking Africanity. Uppsala, Sweden: Nordic African Institute, Discussion Paper #12. p. 8-17.

Periodical articleSalo, Elaine R.; Mama, Amina A. (2001)
See this publicationTalking about Feminism in Africa
Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. #50. p. 58-63.

Periodical articleMama, Amina (2000)
See this publicationStrengthening Civil Society: Participatory Action Research in a Militarised State
Abstract presentDevelopment in Practice. Volume 10 #1. p. 59-70.

Periodical articleMama, Amina (2000)
Transformation Thwarted: Gender-Based Violence in Africa's New Democracies
African Gender Institute Newsletter. Volume 6. May. p. 1-3.

BookMama, Amina A. (2000)
National Machinery for Women in Africa: Towards an Analysis
Accra North, Ghana: Third World Network-Africa. National Machinery Series #1. 31p.

Periodical articleMama, Amina (1999)
Dissenting daughters? Gender politics and civil society in a militarized State
Abstract presentCODESRIA Bulletin. #3-4. p. 29-36.

BookMama, Amina A. (1999)
Changes of State: Gender Politics and Transition in Nigeria
Cape Town: University of Cape Town, Department of Communication. 15p.

Periodical articleMama, Amina (1998)
See this publicationKhaki in the Family: Gender Discourses and Militarism in Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 41 #2. September. p. 1-17.

BookImam, Ayesha M-T.; Mama, Amina A.; Sow, Fatou (eds.) (1997)
Engendering African Social Sciences
Dakar: Council for the Development of Economic and Social Research in Africa (CODESRIA). 470p.

Book chapterMama, Amina A. (1997)
Heroes and Villains: Conceptualising Colonial and Contemporary Violence against Women in Africa
In: Alexander, M. Jacqui and Mohanty, Chandra T. (eds.). Feminist Genealogies, Colonial Legacies, Democratic Futures. New York/London: Routledge. p. 46-62.

Book chapterMama, Amina A. (1997)
Shedding the Masks and Tearing the Veils: Cultural Studies for a Post-Colonial Africa
In: Imam, Ayesha M. and Mama, Amina and Sow, Fatou (eds.). Engendering African Social Sciences. Dakar: Council for the Development of Economic and Social Research in Africa (CODESRIA).

BookMama, Amina A. (1996)
Women's Studies and Studies of Women in Africa during the 1990s
Dakar: Council for the Development of Economic and Social Research in Africa (CODESRIA). Working Paper Series #5/96. 96p.

BookMama, Amina A. (ed.) (1996)
Setting an Agenda for Gender and Women's Studies in Nigeria: Report of the Network for Women's Studies in Nigeria
Zaria: Tamaza Publishing Company. 90p.

Periodical articleMama, Amina (1995)
See this publicationFeminism or Femocracy? State Feminism and Democratisation in Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 20 #1. p. 37-58.

Book chapterMama, Amina A. (1993)
Heroes and Villains? Conceptualising Colonial and Contemporary Violence against African Women
In: State, W.K. (ed.). Breaking the Silence: Women Against Violence. Kano, Nigeria: El-Rafiu Prints Company. p. 5-18.

Book chapterMama, Amina A. (1992)
The Need for Gender Analysis
In: Doornbos, M. (ed.). Beyond Conflict in the Horn. London: Currey. p. 72-78.

Conference paperMama, Amina A. (1991)
Towards Democratic Development: An Historical Analysis of African Women and Development
Paper presented at the 20th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of African Studies (CAAS), May 16-18, 1991, Toronto, Canada. York University.

Conference paperMama, Amina A. (1991)
Shedding the Masks and Tearing the Veils: Towards Gendered Approach to African Culture
Paper presented at the CODRESIA Workshop on Gender Analysis and African Social Science, Dakar, Senegal.

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