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The Resource Domestic violence and the law in colonial and postcolonial Africa, edited by Emily Burrill, Richard Roberts, and Elizabeth Thornberry

Domestic violence and the law in colonial and postcolonial Africa, edited by Emily Burrill, Richard Roberts, and Elizabeth Thornberry

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Domestic violence and the law in colonial and postcolonial Africa
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Domestic violence and the law in colonial and postcolonial Africa
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edited by Emily Burrill, Richard Roberts, and Elizabeth Thornberry
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New African histories series
Domestic violence and the law in colonial and postcolonial Africa, edited by Emily Burrill, Richard Roberts, and Elizabeth Thornberry
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Domestic violence and the law in colonial and postcolonial Africa, edited by Emily Burrill, Richard Roberts, and Elizabeth Thornberry
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 287-294) and index
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
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Contents
  • Martina Salvante
  • pt. 2. Narating domestic violence.
  • Sex, violence, and family in South Africa's Eastern Cape
  • Elizabeth Thornberry
  • Child marriage and domestic violence : Islamic and colonial discourses on gender relations and female status in Zanzibar, 1900-1950s
  • Elke E. Stockreiter
  • Fatal families : narratives of spousal killing and domestic violence in murder trials in Kenya and Nyasaland, c. 1930-56
  • Stacey Hynd
  • Domestic dramas and occult acts : witchcraft and violence in the arena of the intimate
  • Katherine Luongo
  • pt. 1. Domestic violence, relationships of servitude, and the family.
  • pt. 3. Domestic violence, conjugal relationships, and the politics of the state in postcolonial Africa.
  • "I killed her because she disobeyed me in wearing this new hairstyle ..." : gender-based violence, laws, and impunity in Senegal
  • Codou Bop
  • The logics of controversy : gender violence as a site of frictions in Ghanaian advocacy
  • Saida Hodžić
  • Constructing law, contesting violence : the Senegalese family code and narratives of domestic abuse
  • Scott London
  • Domestic violence as a human rights violation : the challenges of a regional human rights approach in Africa
  • Benedetta Faedi
  • Finding gendered justice in the age of human rights
  • Domestic violence, colonial courts, and the end of slavery in French Soudan, 1905-12
  • Pamela Scully
  • Emily Burrill and Richard Roberts
  • Domestic violence and child circulation in the Southeastern Gold Coast, 1905-28
  • Cati Coe
  • Continuum of gendered violence : the colonial invention of female desertion as a customary criminal offense, French Soudan, 1900-1949
  • Marie Rodet
  • Violated domesticity in Italian East Africa, 1937-40
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1 online resource (314 pages)
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online
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9780821443453
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