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|Title:||Feminist Africa Issue 13. 2009: Body Politics and Citizenship|
|Abstract:||Feminist Africa elaborate on contesting body politics, reflecting the social spatial, gendered, and racial nature of inequalities. In post-colonial Zambia and post-apartheid South Africa, citizenship is assumed to be universal and to carry rights.|
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