African Women: A Modern History

By Catherine Coquery-Vidrovitch; Beth Gillian Raps | Go to book overview

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Contemporary political Africa (1996)xiv
Regions of Africaxv
Western Africa: Locations of ethnic groups, regions, and citiesxvi
Central and Eastern Africa: Locations of ethnic groups, regions, and citiesxvii
Southern Africa: Locations of ethnic groups, regions, and citiesxviii

Tables
Toponymic Decolonization6

Photographs (following page 139)
Queen mother, Benin City, early fifteenth century
Mother and child, Bambara, Mali
Women and apartheid in Johannesburg, 1977
Women selling crafts at the pier, Ganvie, Benin
Women at Ganvie, Benin: A water-village on the lagoon
A Christian cult at Dissin, Burkina Faso
Anyi chief's wives attending yam festival at Asouba, Côte d'Ivoire
Rice harvest in Casamance, South Senegal
Washing near a rice field in Casamance
The first wife of a Senegalese civil servant, Dakar, 1975
A girl in Kaolack selling peanuts
Chad marketplace, Djamena
Market women offering their produce at a railway station, Côte d'Ivoire
Cartoon from Na Zona da Frelimo
Poster from Na Zona da Frelimo
Portrait of a couple, Bamako, Mali, 1950s

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