Until recently our understanding of southern African society was impoverished by the lack of attention paid to the key part played by women in the unfolding of its history. The author shows how fundamental gender has been in shaping the experience of women in Southern Africa, but emphasises that gender cannot be studied in isolation from race or class. - Indiana U Press
ISBN: 978-0-86486-090-3, 2, 440 pages
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