Surfacing: On Being Black and Feminist in South Africa

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Surfacing: On Being Black and Feminist in South Africa  is the first collection of essays dedicated to contemporary Black South African feminist perspectives. Edited by Gabeba Baderoon and Desiree Lewis, this book includes a real who’s who of feminists in South Africa. The contributors are Yvette Abrahams; Gabeba Baderoon; Barbara Boswell; Panashe Chigumadzi; gertrude fester-wicomb; Pumla Dineo Gqola; Mary Hames; jackï job; Desiree Lewis; Ingrid Masondo; Zethu Matebeni; Patricia McFadden; Sisonke Msimang; Danai S. Mupotsa; Grace A. Musila; Leigh-Ann Naidoo; Yewande Omotoso; Fatima Seedat; Sa’diyya Shaikh; Zukiswa Wanner; Zoë Wicomb; Makhosazana Xaba.

 

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Gabeba Baderon and Desiree Lewis

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Surfacing: On Being Black and Feminist in South Africa  is the first collection of essays dedicated to contemporary Black South African feminist perspectives. Edited by Gabeba Baderoon and Desiree Lewis, this book includes a real who’s who of feminists in South Africa. The contributors are Yvette Abrahams; Gabeba Baderoon; Barbara Boswell; Panashe Chigumadzi; gertrude fester-wicomb; Pumla Dineo Gqola; Mary Hames; jackï job; Desiree Lewis; Ingrid Masondo; Zethu Matebeni; Patricia McFadden; Sisonke Msimang; Danai S. Mupotsa; Grace A. Musila; Leigh-Ann Naidoo; Yewande Omotoso; Fatima Seedat; Sa’diyya Shaikh; Zukiswa Wanner; Zoë Wicomb; Makhosazana Xaba.

 

Radical polemic sits side by side with personal essays, and critical theory coexists with rich and stirring life histories.

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