2 edition of Beyond tradition: African women in cultural and political spaces found in the catalog.
Beyond tradition: African women in cultural and political spaces
Africa History Conference (2010 University of Texas at Austin)
|Statement||edited by Toyin Falola and S.U. Fwatshak|
|Contributions||Falola, Toyin, Fwatshak, Sati Umaru|
|LC Classifications||HQ1787 .A34 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||1592218466, 1592218474|
|LC Control Number||2011015825|
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Africa History Conference ( University of Texas at Austin) Title Beyond tradition: African women in cultural and political spaces / edited by Toyin Falola and S.U. Fwatshak.
Format Book Published Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, c Description xxxii, p.: ill., map ; 23 cm. Other contributors Falola, Toyin. Get this from a library. Beyond tradition: African women in cultural and political spaces.
[Toyin Falola; Sati Umaru Fwatshak;] -- Beyond Tradition: African Women and Cultural Spaces contains twenty-three chapters that mirror the diversities in the lives and experiences of African women both within and outside the continent, in.
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These women were oracles, spirit mediums, knowers, seers and advisors. These women had the power to place and remove n people are known for their spiritualism and love for religion. of traditional gender roles, women are supposed to operate within the private, domestic sphere of the home and family, while men operate in the public world of politics and economics.
Women are supposed to be nurturing, passive and subservient; men are expected to be aggressive, active and dominant. Identify [I.E. Identity] and Change in African Culture: The Case of African Women. Aweto Pauline Ogho - - In Theophilus Okere, J. Obi Oguejiofor & Godfrey Igwebuike Onah (eds.), African Beyond tradition: African women in cultural and political spaces book and the Hermeneutics of Culture: Essays in Honour of Theophilus Okere.
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African culture has experienced rapid change since the colonial invasion. Contemporary African culture is a mixture of traditional elements and alien features. Local African culture was oppressed for many years by white South Africans, who find their cultural roots in.
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Religion in Africa was a major aspect of their culture. Traditional African gods were of war and bravery. African warriors were rewarded, whereas Christianity taught to ‘turn the other cheek’ and shamed martyrs and warriors. The Europeans saw African religion as underdeveloped and dull.
Rather than view black culture as an essential "spiritual" influence, this later development of antillanismo, based largely in Palés Matos' earlier conception, viewed African culture in more holistic terms.
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