Book Review: Rising Anthills: African and African American Writing on Female Genital Excision

Franklin, S. 2012. Book Review: Rising Anthills: African and African American Writing on Female Genital Excision. African Studies Quarterly. 13 (1-2), pp. 110-114.

TitleBook Review: Rising Anthills: African and African American Writing on Female Genital Excision
TypeBook review
AuthorsFranklin, S.
KeywordsFemale Genital Circumcision, Gender, African Literature
JournalAfrican Studies Quarterly
Journal citation13 (1-2), pp. 110-114
ISSN2152-2448
Year2012
PublisherCenter for African Studies, University of Florida
Web address (URL)http://asq.africa.ufl.edu/previous-issues/volume-13/issue-1-2/
Publication dates
Published2012

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