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African Women Under Fire

Literary Discourses in War and Conflict
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ISBN-13:
9781498529198
Einband:
Ebook
Seiten:
216
Autor:
Pauline Ada Uwakweh
Serie:
Lexington Books
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
eBook Format:
EPUB
Kopierschutz:
2 - DRM Adobe
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Part I: Female, Victim, Agent: African Women in War and ConflictPauline Ada Uwakweh
Destination Biafra and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's Half of a Yellow Sun, by Jessie Sagawa
Tendai Mangena
Melissa R. Root
P. Julie Papaioannou
Paul N. Touré
Part II: Trauma, Reintegration, Healing: Transcending the Aftermath of Wars and Conflicts
Girl Soldier: A Story of Hope for Northern Uganda's Children and Thirty Girls, by Pauline Ada Uwakweh
Surviving the Slaughter: The Ordeal of a Rwandan Refugee in Zaire, by Emilie Diouf
Moussa Issifou
Nanjala Nyabola
About the Contributors
African writers and literary critics must account for the changing political terrain and how these contribute to creating new sources of conflicts and aggression toward women. This book brings insight and scholarly breadth to the growing research on women, war, and conflict in Africa. The aftermath of wars and conflicts initiates new forms of violence and related gender challenges. The contributors establish compelling evidence for the significance of gender in the analyses of contemporary warfare and conflict. Articulating war's consequences for women and children remains a major challenge for critics, policy makers, and human rights organizations. There is a need for deeper understanding of the new sources of violence and male aggression on women, the gendered challenges of reintegration in the aftermath, and the future consequences of gendered violence for the African continent. This book will be useful to scholars, researchers, instructors, students of literature in the humanities, women's studies, liberal studies, African studies, etc. at both undergraduate and graduate levels. It also offers interdisciplinary utility for readers interested in literary representations of women's experience in war and conflict.