Issue of 16 of JENdA: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies has been published.

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No 16 (2010)

Osunality, or African Sensuality: Going Beyond Eroticism
Nkiru Uwechia Nzegwu

Embodied Imperialism: Culture, Agency and Female Genital Cutting
Sonya Fernandez

The Significance of African "Ontological Relatedness" in African-Western Relationships and Families
Annie Stopford

The Yoruba Iyalode
Fehintola Aina Mosadomi

Rabi ‘Alaso Oke’ of Colonial Lagos: A Female Textile Merchant Commemorated in a Yoruba Proverb
Olufunke Adeboye, Tunde Akinwumi, Tosin Otusanya

Dismantling Female Solidarity in Mariama Bâ’s Scarlet Song
Lori Beth De Hertogh

Fortunately for Them, the Women Were There: A Film Review of Pray the Devil Back to Hell
Charles Peterson