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Periodical articleBengochea Tirado, Enrique; Gimeno Martín, Juan Carlos; Medina Martín, Rocío (2021)
See this publicationMujeres, colonialismo y nacionalismo saharaui: hilvanando historia(s)
Ayer. Volume 124. p. 81-107.

Periodical articleMous, Fadma Aït (2021)
La place des femmes dans des textes nationalistes de la période coloniale: une 'présence manquante'
Hesperis Tamuda. Volume 56 #1. p. 171-188.

BookBouilly, Emmanuelle; Rillon, Ophélie (eds.) (2016)
Femmes africaines et mobilisations collectives (années 1940-1970)
Abstract presentParis: L'Harmattan. Le mouvement social. 202p.

Periodical articleBlignaut, Charl (2015)
See this publication'Die hand aan die wieg regeer die land [The hand that rocks the cradle rules the land]': exploring the agency and identity of women in the Ossewa-Brandwag, 1939-1954
Abstract presentSouth African Historical Journal. Volume 67 #1. p. 47-63.

BookHoráková, Hana; Rudwick, Stephanie (eds.) (2014)
Global challenges and local reactions: Czech Republic and South Africa
Abstract presentBerlin: Lit Verlag. 243p.

Periodical articleBlignaut, Charl (2013)
Doing gender is unavoidable: women's participation in the core activities of the Ossewa-Brandwag, 1938-1943
Historia: amptelike orgaan. Volume 58 #2. p. 1-18.

Periodical articleBlignaut, Charl (2013)
See this publicationFrom fund-raising to Freedom Day: the nature of women's general activities in the Ossewa-Brandwag, 1939-1943
New contree: a journal of historical and human sciences for Southern Africa. #66. p. 121-150.

Periodical articleBlignaut, Charl (2012)
'Goddank dis hoogverraad en nie laagverraad nie!': die rol van vroue in die Ossewa-Brandwag se verset teen Suid-Afrika se deelname aan die Tweede Wêreldoorlog
Historia: amptelike orgaan. Volume 57 #2. p. 68-103.

Periodical articleHughes, Heather (2012)
Lives and Wives: Understanding African Nationalism in South Africa through a Biographical Approach
History Compass. Volume 10 #8. p. 562-573.

Periodical articlePucherova, Dobrota (2011)
See this publicationA romance that failed: Bessie Head and black nationalism in 1960s South Africa
Abstract presentResearch in African Literatures. Volume 42 #2. p. 105-124.

Periodical articleVan der Merwe, Ria (2011)
Moulding volksmoeders or volks enemies? Female students at the University of Pretoria, 1920-1970
Historia: amptelike orgaan. Volume 56 #1. p. 77-100.

Periodical articleAidid, Safia (2010)
'Haweenku Wa Garab' (women are a force): women and the Somali nationalist movement, 1943-1960
Bildhaan: An International Journal of Somali Studies. Volume 10. p. 103-124.

Periodical articleKuditshini, Jacques Tshibwabwa (2010)
Nationalisme, démocratie et action politique féminine en Afrique précoloniale: vers la reconnaissance d'une histoire politique des femmes
Abstract presentAfrika Zamani: revue annuelle d'histoire africaine = Annual Journal of African History. #18-19. p. 113-132.

Periodical articleMboya, T.M. (2008)
Woman, rise and be a man: the contradictions of feminism and militant African nationalism in Micere Githae Mugo's Daughter of my people, sing!
Chemchemi. Volume 5 #1. p. 157-168.

Periodical articleViljoen, Louise (2008)
See this publicationNationalism, gender and sexuality in the autobiographical writing of two Afrikaner women
Abstract presentSocial Dynamics. Volume 34 #2. p. 186-202.

Periodical articleAmankwaa, Adansi A. (2007)
See this publicationThe Effects of Polygyny and Domicility on Offspring Sex Ration in Ghana
Abstract presentAfrican and Asian Studies. Volume 6 #4. November. p. 431-456.

BookBaron, Beth (2007)
Egypt as a Woman: Nationalism, Gender, and Politics
Berkeley, California: University of California Press. 287p.

Periodical issueGoerg, Odile; Rodet, Marie; Vince, Natalya (eds.) (2007)
See this publicationFracturing binarisms: gender and colonialisms in Africa
Abstract presentStichproben - Vienna Journal of African Studies. Volume 7 #12. 142p.

BookKhanna, Ranjana (2007)
Algeria Cuts: Women and Representation, 1830 to the Present
Stanford, California: Stanford University Press. Cultural Memory in the Present Series.

Periodical articleMacMaster, Neil (2007)
See this publicationThe Colonial 'Emancipation' of Algerian Women: The Marriage Law of 1959 and the Failure of Legislation on Women's Rights in the Post-Independence Era
Stichproben - Vienna Journal of African Studies. Volume 7 #12. p. 91-116.

Periodical articleMcCaskie, T.C. (2007)
See this publicationThe Life and Afterlife of Yaa Asantewaa
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 77 #2. p. 151-179.

Periodical articleStanley, Liz; Dampier, Helen (2007)
See this publicationCultural Entrepreneurs, Proto-Nationalism and Women's Testimony Writings: From the South African War to 1940
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 33 #3. September. p. 501-519.

Periodical articleSwart, Sandra Scott (2007)
See this publication'Motherhood and otherhood' - gendered citizenship and Afrikaner women in the South African 1914 Rebellion
Abstract presentAfrican Historical Review. Volume 39 #2. p. 41-57.

Periodical articleTerretta, Meredith (2007)
See this publicationA Miscarriage of Revolution: Cameroonian Women and Nationalism
Stichproben - Vienna Journal of African Studies. Volume 7 #12. p. 61-90.

Periodical articleBonate, Liazzat J.K. (2006)
See this publicationMatriliny, Islam and Gender in Northern Mozambique
Abstract presentJournal of Religion in Africa. Volume 36 #2. p. 139-166.

BookChung, Fay; Kaarsholm, Preben (2006)
Re-Living the Second Chimurenga: Memories from the Liberation Struggle in Zimbabwe
Uppsala, Sweden/Harare: Nordic Africa Institute/Weaver Press. 358p.

Periodical articleJeenah, Na'eem (2006)
The National Liberation Struggle and Islamic Feminisms in South Africa
Women's Studies International Forum. Volume 29 #1. January-February. p. 27-41.

BookSithole, Vesta (2006)
My Life with an Unsung Hero
Bloomington, Indiana: AuthorHouse. 173p.

BookBritton, Hannah E. (2005)
Women in the South African Parliament: From Resistance to Governance
Urbana, Illinois: University of Illinois Press. 198p.

Conference paperByfield, Judith A. (2005)
Imagining the Nation: Nationalism and Gender in Post-WW II Abeokuta
Paper presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 17-November 20, 2005, Washington, DC. New Brunswick, New Jersey, Rutgers University.

Periodical articleCampbell, Patricia J. (2005)
Gender and Post-Conflict Civil Society in Eritrea
International Feminist Journal of Politics. Volume 7 #3. September. p. 377-399.

Dissertation / thesisChadya, Joyce M. (2005)
The Untold Story: War, Flight and the Internal Displacement of Rural Women to Harare during the Zimbabwean Liberation Struggle, 1974-1980
Ph.D. dissertation: University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota. 303p.

Periodical articleConnell, Dan (2005)
Redeeming the Failed Promise of Democracy in Eritrea
Race and Class. Volume 46 #4. April. p. 68-79.

BookCornwall, Andrea (ed.) (2005)
Readings in Gender in Africa
Abstract presentBloomington, IN; Oxford: Indiana University Press; James Currey. 247p.

Periodical articleCusack, Igor (2005)
See this publicationAfrican National Anthems: 'Beat the Drums, the Red Lion Has Roared'
Abstract presentJournal of African Cultural Studies. Volume 17 #2. p. 235-251.

Periodical articleErlank, Natasha (2005)
See this publicationANC Positions on Gender, 1994-2004
Politikon: South African Journal of Political Studies. Volume 32 #2. November. p. 195-215.

Periodical articleFeldman-Savelsberg, Pamela; Ndonko, Flavien T.; Yang, Song (2005)
See this publicationRemembering 'The Troubles': Reproductive Insecurity and the Management of Memory in Cameroon
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 75 #1. p. 10-29.

Book chapterGeiger, Susan (2005)
Tanganyikan Nationalism as 'Women's Work': Life Histories, Collective Biography and Changing Historiography
In: Readings in Gender in Africa. p. 210-217.

Conference paperHale, Sondra (2005)
Transnational Ideologies and Eritrean Women Combatants
Paper presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 17-November 20, 2005, Washington, DC. New Brunswick, New Jersey, Rutgers University.

BookHassim, Shireen (2005)
Women's Organizations and Democracy in South Africa: Contesting Authority
Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press. Women in Africa and the Diaspora. 355p.

Book chapterHatem, Mervat F. (2005)
The 1919 Revolution and Nationalist Constructions of the Lives and Works of Pioneering Women Writers
In: Goldschmidt, Arthur and Johnson, Amy J. and Salmoni, Barak A. (eds.). Re-Envisioning Egypt, 1919-1952. Cairo/New York: American University in Cairo Press.

Conference paperHeywood, Linda (2005)
Ovimbundu Women and the Politics of Decolonization and Nationalism
Paper presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 17-November 20, 2005, Washington, DC. New Brunswick, New Jersey, Rutgers University.

Dissertation / thesisJoly, Zoe (2005)
Myths and Moudjahidat: Algerian Women in Relation to Colonial, Nationalist and Fundamentalist Projects
Ph.D. dissertation: Hampshire College, South Amherst, Massachusetts. 112p.

Conference paperKanogo, Tabitha (2005)
Gendered Violence: Assaulting Kikuyu Womanhood and Motherhood during Mau Mau
Paper presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 17-November 20, 2005, Washington, DC. New Brunswick, New Jersey, Rutgers University.

Periodical articleLindsay, Lisa A. (2005)
A Tragic Romance, a Nationalist Symbol: The Case of the Murdered White Lover in Colonial Nigeria
Journal of Women's History. Volume 17 #2. p. 118-141.

Periodical articleNdinda, Catherine (2005)
The Interaction of Nationalist and Feminist Goals with Reference to the South African Liberation Movement
Jenda: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies. #7.

Periodical articleRichards, Constance S. (2005)
See this publicationNationalism and the development of identity in postcolonial fiction: Zoë Wicomb and Michelle Cliff
Abstract presentResearch in African Literatures. Volume 36 #1. p. 20-33.

BookSchmidt, Elizabeth (2005)
Mobilizing the Masses: Gender, Ethnicity, and Class in the Nationalist Movement in Guinea, 1939-1958
Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Heinemann. 293p.

Periodical articleUtas, Mats (2005)
Victimcy, Girlfriending, Soldiering: Tactic Agency is a Young Woman's Social Navigation of the Liberian War Zone
Anthropological Quarterly. Volume 78 #2. Spring. p. 403-430.

Book chapterAffi, Ladan (2004)
Men Drink Tea While Women Gossip
In: Kusow, Abdi (ed.). Putting the art Before the Horse: Contested Nationalism and the Crisis of the Nation-State in Somalia. Trenton, New Jersey: Red Sea Press.

BookAfrican Women Peace and Support Group (2004)
Liberian Women Peacemakers: Fighting for the Right to be Seen, Heard and Counted
Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press. 120p.

Book chapterAkou, Heather M. (2004)
Nationalism without a Nation: Understanding the Dress of Somali Women in Minnesota
In: Allman, Jean M. (ed.). Fashioning Africa: Power and Politics of Dress. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press. p. 50-63.

Book chapterAllman, Jean Marie (2004)
'Let Your Fashion Be in Line with Our Ghanaian Costume': Nation, Gender, and the Politics of Clothing in Nkrumah's Ghana
In: Fashioning Africa: Power and the Politics of Dress. p. 144-165.

BookAryeetey, Ellen B.D. (2004)
Coming to Terms with Sexual Harassment in Ghana
Legon: University of Ghana, Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER). Technical Publication Series #64. May. 71p.

Periodical articleBier, Laura E. (2004)
See this publicationModernity and the Other Woman: Gender and National Identity in the Egyptian Women's Press: 1952-1967
Gender and History. Volume 16 #1. April. p. 99-112.

BookBull-Christiansen, Lene (2004)
Tales of the Nation: Feminist Nationalism or Patriotic History? Defining National History and Identity in Zimbabwe
Uppsala. Sweden: Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, Research Report #132. 118p.

BookCoddon, Karin S. (2004)
Black Women Activists
San Diego, California: Greenhaven Press. 220p.

BookGeisler, Gisela (2004)
Women and the Remaking of Politics in Southern Africa: Negotiating Autonomy, Incorporation, and Representation
Uppsala, Sweden: Nordiska Afrikainstitutet. 241p.

Periodical articleGolley, Nawar A. (2004)
Is Feminism Relevant to Arab Women?
Third World Quarterly. Volume 25 #3. March. p. 521-536.

Dissertation / thesisGuertin, Trista V. (2004)
From Combat to the Kitchen: The Reintegration of Female Soldiers in Mozambique
M.A. Thesis: Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Book chapterHassim Shireen (2004)
Nationalism Displaced: Citizenship Discourses in the Transition
In: Gouws, Amanda (ed.). (Un)Thinking Citizenship: Feminist Debates in Contemporary South Africa. Aldershot, Great Britain/Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate Publishing. Gender in Global/Local World Series. p. 55-69.

Periodical articleHassim, Shireen (2004)
See this publicationNationalism, Feminism and Autonomy: The ANC in Exile and the Question of Women
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 30 #3. September. p. 433-455.

Book chapterKhatib, Lina (2004)
The Orient and its Others: Women as Tools of Nationalism in Egyptian Political Cinema
In: Sakr, Naomi (ed.). Women and Media in the Middle East: Power Through Self-Expression. London/New York: I.B. Tauris. Library of Modern Middle East Studies #41.

Periodical articleLewis, Desiree (2004)
See this publicationBiography, Nationalism and Yvonne Vera's 'Nehanda'
Social Dynamics. Volume 30 #1. Summer. p. 28-50.

BookLyons, Tanya (2004)
Guns and Guerilla Girls: Women in the Zimbabwean National Liberation Struggle
Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press. 338p.

BookMacLean, Barbara H. (2004)
Strike a Woman, Strike a Rock: Fighting for Freedom in South Africa
Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press. 339p.

BookMazurana, Dyan; Carlson, Khristopher (2004)
See this publicationFrom Combat to Community: Women and Girls in Sierra Leone
Cambridge, Massachusetts: Women Waging Peace. January. 46p.

Periodical articleMbugua, Karanja (2004)
See this publicationProspects for Peace and State-Building in Somalia
Conflict Trends. #1. p. 25-31.

BookMjaaland, T. (2004)
Betrayed? A Gendered Perspective on War and Peace Processes with Focus on Tigrayan Women's Strategies

Periodical articleMoorman, Marissa J. (2004)
See this publicationDueling Bands and Good Girls: Gender, Music, and Nation in Luanda's Musseques, 1961-1905
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 37 #2. p. 255-288.

BookPeterson, Derek R. (2004)
Creative Writing: Translation, Bookkeeping, and Work of Imagination in Colonial Kenya
Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Heinemann. 289p.

BookRothwell, Phillip (2004)
A Postmodern Nationalist: Truth, Orality, and Gender in the Work of Mia Couto
Lewisburg, Pennsylvania: Bucknell University Press.

Periodical articleSchroeder, Emily (2004)
See this publicationA Window of Opportunity in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: Incorporating a Gender Perspective in the Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration Process
Peace, Conflict and Development. #5. July. 45p.

Periodical articleSeferdjeli, Ryme (2004)
See this publicationFrench 'Reforms' and Muslim Women's Emancipation during the Algerian War
The Journal of North African Studies. Volume 9 #4. Winter. p. 19-61.

Dissertation / thesisSewall, Rebecca P. (2004)
Accommodating Injustice: Women and Conflict Settlement in Processes
Ph.D. dissertation: George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia. 290p.

BookSilva, Neluka (2004)
The Gendered Nation: Contemporary Writings in South Africa
London: Sage. 232p.

Periodical articleSisulu, Elinor (2004)
See this publication'Mrs Sisulu's Husband': Subversion of Gender Roles in an African Marriage
Social Dynamics. Volume 30 #1. Summer. p. 95-104.

BookTerretta, Meredith (2004)
Cameroonian Women, the Act of Petitioning, and the Creation of a Popular Nationalism, 1949-1960
Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin-Madison, African Studies Program. 70p.

BookWaetjen, Thembisa (2004)
Workers and warriors: masculinity and the struggle for nation in South Africa
Urbana: University of Illinois Press. 158p.

Book chapterWest, Harry G. (2004)
Girls with Guns: Narrating the Experience of War of FRELIMO's 'Female Detachment'
In: Boyden, Jo and Berry, Joanna D. (eds.). Children and Youth on the Front Line: Ethnography, Armed Conflict and Displacement. New York: Berghahn Books.

Periodical articleAl-Ali, Nadje S. (2003)
Gender and Civil Society in the Middle East
International Feminist Journal of Politics. Volume 5 #2. August. p. 216-232.

BookBezdrob, Anné M.D. (2003)
Winnie Mandela, a Life
Cape Town/London: New Holland. 287p.

Periodical articleBrooks, Pam (2003)
See this publicationCrossing Borders: A Black Feminist Approach to Researching the Comparative Histories of Black Women's Resistance in the U.S. South and South Africa
Safundi: The Journal of South African and American Studies. Volume 4 #1. April.

Periodical articleChadya, Joyce M. (2003)
Mother Politics: Anti Colonial Nationalism and the Woman Question in Africa
Journal of Women's History. Volume 15 #3. Fall. p. 153-157.

Periodical articleCusack, Igor (2003)
See this publicationPots, Pens and 'Eating Out the Body': Cuisine and the Gendering of African Nations
Nations and Nationalism. Volume 9 #2. April. p. 277-296.

Periodical articleDu Toit, Marijke (2003)
See this publicationThe Domesticity of Afrikaner Nationalism: Volksmoeders and the ACVV, 1904-1929
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 29 #1. March. p. 155-176.

Dissertation / thesisEileraas, Karina A. (2003)
Between Image and Identity: Fantasy, Transnational Trauma, and Feminist Misrecognition
Ph.D. dissertation: University of California, Los Angeles, California. 318p.

Periodical articleErlank, Natasha (2003)
Gender and Masculinity in South African Nationalist Discourse, 1912-1950
Feminist Studies. Volume 29 #3. Fall. p. 653-671.

BookFirst, Ruth (2003)
Ruth First Papers, 1889-1991
London: University of London, Institute of Commonwealth Studies.

BookGandhi, Sita; Dhupelia-Mestrie, U. (eds.) (2003)
Sita: Memoirs of Sita Gandhi: Growing Up at Phoenix and in the Shadow of the Mahatma
Pretoria/Durban: South African History Online/Durban Local History Museum. 75p.

BookGolley, Nawar A. (2003)
Reading Arab Women's Autobiographies: Shahrazad Tells Her Story
Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press. 236p.

Periodical articleHassim, Shireen (2003)
See this publicationThe Limits of Popular Democracy: Women's Organizations, Feminism and the UDF
Abstract presentTransformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa. #51. p. 48-73.

Dissertation / thesisKatz, Ann K. (2003)
Gender and Nationalism: A Study of a Quiet Rural Community on the Eve of the New South Africa
Ph.D. dissertation: Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut. 351p.

Dissertation / thesisKatz, Peta A. (2003)
Gender and Nationalism: A Study of a Quiet Rural Community on the Eve of a New South Africa
Ph.D. dissertation: Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut. 351p.

Book chapterKozma, Liat (2003)
Moroccan Women's Narratives of Liberation: A Passive Revolution?
In: McDougall, James (ed.). Nation, Society and Culture in North Africa. London/Portland: Frank Cass.

Periodical articleKozma, Liat (2003)
See this publicationMoroccan Women's Narratives of Liberation: A Passive Revolution?
The Journal of North African Studies. Volume 8 #1. Spring. p. 112-130.

Periodical articleMcEwan, Cheryl (2003)
See this publicationBuilding a Postcolonial Archive? Gender, Collective Memory and Citizenship in Post-Apartheid South Africa
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 29 #3. September. p. 739-757.

Conference paperMkhonza, Sarah; Vilakati, Joyce N.; Mundia, Lawrence J.S. (eds.) (2003)
Democracy, transformation, conflict and public policy in Swaziland
Abstract presentKwaluseni: OSSREA Swaziland Chapter, c/o Faculty of Humanities, University of Swaziland. 124p.

Book chapterNhongo-Simbanegavi, Joseph (2003)
Gender and Nationalism: The Case of ZANLA (Zimbabwe African National Liberation Army)
In: Ranger, Terrence (ed.). The Historical Dimensions of Democracy and Human Rights in Zimbabwe. Harare: University of Zimbabwe. Volume 2: Nationalism, Democracy and Human Rights.

BookSchestokat, Karin U. (2003)
German Women in Cameroon: Travelogues from Colonial Times
New York: Peter Lang. Women in German Literature #7. 204p.

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