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Womandla! Panel 12: Women's Cultures of Activism and Social Reform

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The very last panel in the Womandla! Online Seminar Series will consider women's cultures of activism and social reform in Global South.

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Presenters include: Deborah Lee-Talbot (Deakin University), "'Our Sisters, who and where are they': Examining How Religiosity and Gender are Exhibited in Papers of Jane Chalmers Written on the Rarotonga Mission Sites, from 1866 to 1877"

Munyaradzi Mushonga (University of the Free State), "Against All Odds: The Regulation and Ostracisation of Sex and Inter-Racial Marriages – The Cases of Ruth Williams and Seretse Khama and Adriana von Hoorn and Patrick Matimba"

Isolde de Villiers (University of the Free State),"The Women of Schubert Park: The Story of a Momentary Movement"

Deborah Gaitskell (SOAS University of London), "Prayer, Preaching and Practicalities: Female Church Groups in Southern Africa as Social Movements"

Chaired by: Emma Lundin (Malmö University)

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