276pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2021
Essays by women academics and writers on their experience of lockdown and the Covid-19 pandemic, including Jabulile Mpanza, Sue de Groot, Simangele Mashazi, Lou-Marié Kruger, Joan Hambidge, Stella Viljoen, Tasneemah Cornelissen-Nordien, Juliana Claassens, Sumeshni Govender, Sandra Swart and Raenette Gottardo.
Amanda Gouws is Distinguished Professor of Political Science and holds a SARChl Research Chair in Gender Politics at Stellenbosch University. Her co-authored book with James Gibson, Overcoming Intolerance in South Africa: experiments in democratic persuasion, was awarded the 2003 Alexander George Book Award for best book in Political Psychology. She is the editor of (Un)Thinking Citizenship: feminist debates in contemporary South Africa (2005).
Olivia Ezeobi is a lecturer and PhD candidate in the Department of Economics at Stellenbosch University.