Table of contents for Guns and guerilla girls : women in the Zimbabwean national liberation struggle / by Tanya Lyons.


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Table of Contents 
List of Illustrations
Preface 
Acknowledgements
Abbreviations
Introduction 
Part One: Feminism, Nationalism, and the Struggle for Independence
Chapter One: Dilemmas in Feminist Fieldwork 
Women in/and Development
Women's Oral History
Representations 
Methodology
Chapter Two: Women in War	
Citizenship with Arms
Feminist Connections with Nationalism
A Gender-sensitive View of the Literature on the Zimbabwe Liberation War
The Revolution
Chapter Three: Zimbabwean Nationalism and Feminism
Disappointment
Betrayal
Zimbabwean Feminist/Nationalist rhetoric
Zimbabwe Women's Perceptions of Emancipation
Feminism Based on Nationalist Revolution
Not Western Feminism, Please!
Part Two: A Woman's Place is in the Struggle
Chapter Four: Gender in the Struggle	
Women in History - the First Chimurenga 
Nehanda
Women in the Nationalist Political Stage of the Second Chimurenga
1956 - The Bus Boycotts
1961 - Women's Protests
1972 - Pearce Commission
The Armed Struggle Stage
Young Women's New Opportunities
Rural Women as Agents
Chapter Five: Women in the Second Chimurenga
Joining up
Not Volunteers	
Initial Roles
Three Key Women in the Struggle
Other Women in the Struggle
The Fighting
ZAPU Women in Zambia
Mkushi Camp
White Rhodesian Women's Roles
Chapter Six: Mothers of the revolution
Fiction Speaks Louder than Words
Part Three: Guerilla Girls Up in Arms
Chapter Seven: The problems with women in war
The Problem - from Pfutskeke to Xai Xai
Glorifications
The Frontlines
The Other View
Rhodesian Propaganda
The Differences
The Zimbabwe People's Army
 
Chapter Eight: Sex and Equality
Marriage
Lobola
Family Planning
Osibisa Camp
Part Four: Re-presenting the Past
Chapter Nine: Women, the Nation, and the Domestic	
Women and Nation
Miss Zimbabwe
Dresses
Trousers
Statues: the Debate
Demobilization
Crochet
Operation Clean Up
Nehanda Maternity Hospital
Zimbabwe National Heroes Acre
The Two Wall Murals
Fiction
Chapter Ten: The Telling of History in Zimbabwe
Representations
The Rape Debate
Forgive and Forget
The 1997 Rape Revelations
Conclusion
Glossary
Bibliography 
Index
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Zimbabwe History Chimurenga War, 1966-1980 Women, Women revolutionaries Zimbabwe, National liberation movements Zimbabwe History 20th century