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Womandla! Panel 11: Feminist and Postcolonial Imaginaries

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The second-to-last of our seminar series, Panel 11 will examine feminist and postcolonial imaginaries in the Global South and Global North.

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Presenters include:

Ana Stevenson (James Cook University / University of the Free State), "The Black Sash, the Origins of Womandla!, and the End of Apartheid: Race-Based Analogies in Transnational Feminist Thought"

Christi-Lee du Plessis (University of Johannesburg), "Illustrator as Feminist Activist: How Illustration can Play a Role in Feminism Activism through its Visual Communication"

Rosa V. Campbell (University of Cambridge), "Close Pine Gap Love from Us: Considering Women’s 1980s Peace Camps in Global Context"

Lucy Delap (University of Cambridge), "'I was very much taken in by sisterhood': Spare Rib Magazine and Postcolonial Feminisms"

Chaired by: Rochelle Rowe-Wiseman (University College London)

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