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Periodical articleBarnes, Teresa (2013)
See this publicationPregnancy and bodies of knowledge in a South African university
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 56 #1. p. 1-20.

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.

Periodical articleBarnes, Teresa (2006)
No Bubble: Contemporary Lives in the African Academy
Journal of Women's History. Volume 18 #1.

Book chapterBarnes, Teresa A. (2002)
Owning What We Know: Racial Controversies in South African Feminism, 1991-1998
In: Higgs, Catherine; Moss, Barbara A.; Ferguson, Earline R. (eds.), Stepping Forward: Black Women in Africa and the Americas. Athens, OH: Ohio University Press. p. 245-256.

Conference paperBarnes, Teresa A. (1999)
South Africa, 'Young' and 'Bold - The Fascination of American Soap Operas for Black South African Women
Paper presented at the 42nd Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 11-14, 1999, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University.

BookBarnes, Teresa A. (1999)
'We Women Worked So Hard': Gender, Urbanization, and Social Reproduction in Colonial Harare, Zimbabwe, 1930-1956
Portsmouth, New Hampshire/Oxford/Harare/Cape Town: Heinemann/James Currey/Baobab-Academic/David Philip. Social History of Africa Series. 204p.

Book chapterBarnes, Teresa Ann (1999)
'We Are Afraid to Command Our Children': Responses to the Urbanisation of African Women in Colonial Zimbabwe, 1930-44
In: Raftopoulos, Brian and Yoshikuni, Tsuneo (eds.). Sites of Struggle: Essays in Zimbabwe's Urban History. Avondale, Harare: Weaver Press. p. 95-112.

Periodical articleBarnes, Teresa (1997)
See this publication'Am I a Man?': Gender and the Pass Laws in Urban Colonial Zimbabwe, 1930-80
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 40 #1. April. p. 59-81.

BookBarnes, Teresa A.; Win, Everjoyce J. (1992)
To Live a Better Life: An Oral History of Women in the City of Harare, 1930-1970
Harare: Baobab. 230p.

BookBarnes, Teresa A. (1992)
Ideologies and the Construction of Class amongst African Women in Colonial Zimbabwe, 1930-1960
Johannesburg: University of Witwatersrand, African Studies Institute. March. 35p.

Periodical articleBarnes, Teresa A. (1992)
The Fight for Control of African Women's Mobility in Colonial Zimbabwe, 1900-1939
Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. Volume 17 #3. Spring. p. 586-608.

Conference paperBarnes, Teresa A. (1991)
State and Community Ideologies and the Construction of Class amongst Urban African Women in Colonial Harare, Zimbabwe, 1930-1970
Paper presented at the 34th Annual Conference of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 23-26, 1991, St. Louis, Missouri. Atlanta. Emory University.

BookBarnes, Teresa A. (1991)
Differential Class Experiences amongst African Women in Colonial Harare, Zimbabwe, 1935-1970
April. 34p.

Periodical articleBarnes, T. (1989)
See this publication'To raise a hornet's nest': the effect of early resistance to passes for women in South Africa on the pass laws in colonial Zimbabwe
Abstract presentAgenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. #5. p. 40-52.

Dissertation / thesisBarnes, Teresa A. (1987)
African Female Labour and the Urban Economy of Colonial Zimbabwe with Special Reference to harare, 1920-1939
M.A. Thesis: University of Zimbabwe, Harare, Zimbabwe.

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