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Autonomist femist perspective of land

Professor Helliker, the Director of the Unit of Zimbabwean Studies, is currently finalising an article on an autonomist feminist perspective of the land occupations which took place in Zimbabwe starting in the year 2000. The article is co-written with Tarryn Alexander, a colleague of his in the Department of Sociology at Rhodes University.

The article is based on a conference paper titled “Autonomist Feminism, Commoning and Land Occupations in Zimbabwe” delivered at the Conference on Women, Autonomism and the Formation of the Commons: Latin American and African Experiences” at the University of Puebla in Mexico held in March 2015.



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