Pathways to African Feminism and Development - Vol 2, No 1 (2017)

Editors: 

Editor in Chief

Prof Patricia Kameri-Mbote, Professor of Law, Department of Private Law University of Nairobi

ISSUE EDITOR

Dr Mary Lucia Mbithi, School of Economics, University of Nairobi

Editorial Board

Prof Henry Indangasi, Professor of Literature, University of Nairobi

Dr Margaret Jesang Hutchinson, Department of Plant Science and Crop Protection

Prof Maria Nzomo, Director, Institute of Diplomacy & International Studies, University of Nairobi

Dr Daniel Ichang’i, College of Biological & Physical Sciences, University of Nairobi

Prof Zipporah Ngumi, Professor, Department of Surgery, College of Health, University of Nairobi

Dr Kennedy Omoke, Department of Geography & Environmental Studies, University of Nairobi

Prof Migai Aketch, Professor School of Law, University of Nairobi

Prof Ciarunji Chesaina, Professor of Literature, University of Nairobi

Dr Grace Omoni, Director, School of Nursing, University of Nairobi

Mrs. Anna Petkova Mwangi, Department of Literature, University of Nairobi

Prof Wanjiku Mukabi Kabira, Professor of Literature & Director, African Women’s Studies

Centre, University of Nairobi

Prof Elishiba Kimani, Gender and Development Studies, Kenyatta University

Prof Philomena Mwaura, Dept. of Philosophy & Religious Studies/Director, Centre for Gender Equity and Empowerment, Kenyatta University

The African Women Studies Centre is a training, research, evidence based policy, advocacy and lobbying institution of the University of Nairobi. The Centre is committed to promoting African Women’s
experiences and worldview in scholarship, policy and institutional development. Among the Centre’s publications are: The Beginnings; Rebuilding the Broken African Pot; Gender and Policy Analysis Tools; Making Women’s Perspectives Count in Policy Development and Implementation; and Status Report on the Kenya National Food Security. In the spirit of the multi-disciplinary nature of the AWSC, Pathways to African Feminism and Development promotes African women’s studies in all aspects of scholarship and development.

 

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The implications of Religion and Culture on Gender Equality Observations From The 2014 Elections in Malawi- Anthony M. Gunde.pdf882.88 KB
Persistent Gender Inequity in Academic Employment at Makerere University Is There a Gendered Agenda –Elizabeth Kaase-Bwanga.pdf674.32 KB
Parents’ Social and Financial Status as Determinants of Child Gender Preferences A Study of Igbos in Lagos West Senatorial District, Lagos State, Nigeria - Ubendu, C. Chika, and Sulaiman, Lanre Abdul-Rash.pdf882.56 KB

Message from the Director

 

Prof. Wanjiku Mukabi Kabira, EBS

Director,

African Women's Studies Centre

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