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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