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Viscous Knowledge: Water, Gender, and Learning
What constitutes ‘knowledge’ that we acquire, and how do we acquire it? Through Donna Haraway’s theoretical reconfigurations of objectivity in conversation with D.W. Winnicott’s theory of transitional phenomena, I explore ...
"We are strong as men and we cannot be bent": The impact of women's political activism on the transition from British trusteeship to Nigerian self-government between 1914 and 1960.
British colonial indirect rule mediated through ethnic divisions, "native" courts, and warrant chiefs led to the deterioration of women's political, social and economic influence in southeastern Nigeria between 1914 and ...