Education in Africa, Issue 20 (JENdA: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies)
A special issue "Education in Africa" guest-edited by Professor Mary Dillard of Sarah Lawrence College.
Issue features the work of Gladys Mutangadura on United Nations Millennium Development Goals, Komalsingh Rambaree, Igor Knez and Nashad Auchoybur on higher education in Mauritius, Eunice Muthengi on education and marriage in Ethiopia, Marni Sommer and Nana Mokoah Ackatia-Armah on girl's menstrual management in Ghana, Catherine Cymone Fourshey on Florence Peters and the Gambian case, and Carrie J. Walker on J. Nozipo Maraire's Zenzele.
In this issue, we launch a new section of the journal, CONVERSATIONS, an interview-style discussion that engages scholars, researchers, and creators. CONVERSATIONS debuts with History Professor Ogechi Anyanwu and Social Work Professor Linda Kreitzer. CONVERSATIONS are audio interviews and are available as MP3.
Table of Contents for Issue 20
Editorial - Gender Equity in African Education by 2015?
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