NEW TITLE: Contested Intimacies – Sexuality, Gender and Law in Africa

Contested Intimacies webA timely collection of essays,

Contested Intimacies: Sexuality, Gender and Law in Africa

  offers five unique analyses of the ways that sexuality, gender, and the law interact in eastern and southern African countries, primarily Uganda and South Africa.

Siber Ink Publishers are proud to have collaborated with The International Academic Programmes Office (IAPO) and The Centre for African Studies (CAS), both at UCT, to make this publication possible. The University of Cape Town holds an annual Celebrating Africa Month, a programme designed to honour the university’s connectedness and engagement in and around Africa. The various activities that take place during the month culminate in The Big Debate, a panel discussion on a topic of African relevance. The panel is made up of intellectuals from UCT and around the continent. Panelists who have taken part in The Big Debate over the years have all contributed written pieces to a series of books called the Celebrating Africa Series in the hands of the managing editor, Emma Arogundade, and series editors Prof. Harry Garuba and
Prof. Evance Kalula.

Contested Intimacies: Sexuality, Gender and Law in Africa edited by Derrick Higginbotham & Victoria Collis-Buthelezi is the latest title in this series, following on from 2014’s Big Debate, the topic of which was Sexuality and the Law.

ISBN: 9781928309000

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Contested Intimacies retails for R198.00
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