sexta-feira, 27 agosto 2021 14:00

As mulheres Rurais do Sul de Moçambique

When I first began to think about this project in the early 1990s, I planned to use the life histories of rural women as a source (previously ignored, or "untapped") for a gendered analysis of agrarian change in southern Mozambique since the nineteenth century. This region had endured two waves of imperialist conquest, Nguni and Portuguese, between 1820 and 1895, and since the late nineteenth century had been exploited as a reserve of male migrant labor for the gold mines of South Africa.

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