Wonderfully crafted and provocatively-titled essays engage genres of oral, written literature and film and brings fresh thinking on an old but not so closely examined subject. This impressive collection provides many answers and is destined to become a staple in the library of African Studies, African Literary Studies, Women’s Studies, Gender & Development, Sexuality and Human Rights Studies.
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Helen Nabasuta Mugambi is associate professor of English and comparative literature at California State University, Fullerton. Tuzyline Jita Allan is professor of English at Baruch College.Review:
This impressive collection provides many answers and is destined to become a staple in the library. --Carole Boyce Davies, Cornell University
Offers important insights that both clarify and complicate our hitherto stereotypical notions of masculinities in Africa. --Kofi Anyidoho, University of Ghana, Legon
Every chapter here makes a significant contribution to the growing theoretical and analytical scholarship in the field. The editors deserve commendation for putting together important materials that have opened up a new dimension in Cultural and Gender Studies. --Abdul-Rasheed N'Allah, Kawara State University
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