GENDER AND MULTICULTURALISM, north-south perspectives

: Gouws (A.) & Stasiulis (D.) eds.

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258pp.,paperback, First SA Edition, Pietermaritzburg, 2016

 

First published in the UK in 2014.

A collection of essays originally published in various issues of Politikon, the official journal of the South African Association of Political Studies.

Contributions include:
"In the Name of What? Defusing the rights-culture debate by revisiting the universals of both rights and culture" by Louise du Toit
"Multiculturalism in South Africa: dislodging the binary between universal human rights and culture/tradition" by Amanda Gouws
"Masculinities without Tradition" by Kopano Ratele
"Violent Modernity: gender, race and bodies in contemporary South Africa" by Shireen Hassim
"Muslim Women and Human Rights: does political transformation equal social transformation?" by Wendy Isaacs-Martin

Amanda Gouws is Professor of Political Science and holder of a SARChl chair in Gender Politics at the University of Stellenbosch.
Daiva Stasiulis is Professor of Sociology at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada.