Literature Database on Gender in Subsahara Africa

Literature regarding Mali

agriculture ecology rural development climate changearts and cultureeconomy - formal and informal employment
economy - Householdseconomy - markets and traderseconomy - pastoralism
education schooling and tertiary educationhealth - fgc fgmhealth - HIV AIDS and gender
health - reproduction and fertilityhealth history colonialism and pre-colonial history
Literature media politics - wars violent conflicts
politics Religion - Christianity Religion - Islam
Religion - traditional rituals and spirit mediumshipRights - human rights violations gender based violence Rights - Women Human Rights and legal system
society - families marriagessociety - homosexuality / sexual minorities society - masculinities
society - migration and urbanisationsociety - women's organisations

agriculture ecology rural development climate change

Barbeau, Silva / Sissoko, H. et al. (1998): Addressing child feeding concers of women farmers in Mali, in: Ecology of Food and Nutrition, vol. 37, no. 1, pp.1-19.[687]

Becker, Laurence (1996): Access to labour in rural Mali, in: Human Organization, vol. 55, pp.279-288.[688]

Broetz, Gabriele (1988): Ihr könnt uns nicht den Regen bringen, Der tägliche Überlebenskampf der Songhay-Frauen im nördlichen Sahel von Mali, in: Beiträge zur feministischen Theorie und Praxis, 23, pp.41-52. [689]

Broetz, Gabriele (1992): Uns bleibt nur der Hunger, Zur Handlungsrationalität von Bäuerinnen in Mali, Lebens- und Arbeitsverhältnisse im Vallée du Niger, Arbeiten aus dem Institut für Afrika-Kunde, Hamburg.[690]

Castle, Sarah / Konate, Mamadou Kani (1995): Child fostering and children's nutritional outcomes in rural Mali: The role of female status in directing child transfers, in: Social Science and Medicine, vol. 40, pp.679-693.[691]

Castle, Sarah / Konate, Mamadou Kani (2001): “The tongue is venomous”, Perception, verbalisation and manipulation of morality and fertility regimes in rural Mali, in: Social Science and Medicine, vol. 52, pp.1827-1841.[692]

Creevey, Lucy (1986): The role of women in Malian agriculture, in Creevey, Lucy (ed.): Women farmers in Africa, Rural development in Mali and the Sahel, Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, pp.51-66.[693]

Creevey, Lucy (1991): Supporting small-scale enterprises for women farmers in the Sahel, in: Journal of International Development, vol. 3, no. 4, pp.355-386.[694]

De Groote, Hugo (1998): Increasing women’s income through credit in Southern Mali, in: Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture, Zeitschrift für Ausländische Landwirtschaft, vol. 37, no. 1, pp.72-87.[696]

De Groote, Hugo / Coulibaly, N’golo (1998): Gender and generation: An intra-household analysis on access to resources in Southern Mali, in: African Crop Science Journal, vol. 6, pp.79-95.[697]

Defoer, Toon / Kamara, Abdoula / De Groote, Hugo (1997): Gender and variety selection: Farmers‘ assessment of local maize varieties in Southern Mali, in: African Crop Science Journal, vol. 5, no. 1, pp.65-76.[695]

Ernegger, Helga (1994): „Ohne die Hilfe der Migranten müßten wir auch fortgehen ...“, Migration in Samé, Region Kayes (Mali), in: Grawert, Elke (Hg.): Wandern oder bleiben?: Veränderungen der Lebens- und Arbeitsbedingungen von Frauen im Sahel durch die Arbeitsmigration der Männer, Lit-Verlag, Münster, pp.119-130.[698]

Fuhriman, Addi et al. (2006): Meaningful learning? Gendered experiences with an NGO-sponsored literacy program in rural Mali, in: Ethnography and Education, vol. 1, no. 1, pp.103-124.[699]

Hayden, Kether (2009): Issues of gender mainstreaming in photovoltaic installations for health clinic illumination in rural Malian communities, in: Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, vol. 11, no. 3, pp.280-292.[700]

Koenig, Dolores (1997): Women’s roles in settlement and resettlement in Mali, in: Mikell, Gwendoly (ed.): African feminism, the politics of survival in Sub-Saharan Africa, University of Pennesylvania Press, Philadelphia, pp.159-181.[701]

Lilja, Nina / Sanders, John et al. (1996): Factors influencing the payments of women in Malian agriculture, in: American Journal of Agricultural Economics, vol. 78, pp.1340-1345.[702]

Puchner, Laurel (2003): Women and literacy in rural Mali, A study of the socio-economic impact of participating in literacy programms in four villages, in: International Journal of Educational Development, vol. 23, pp. 439-458.[703]

Ruthven, Orlanda / Koné, Mahmadou (1995): Mali: Consequences of migration on natural resource management, in: David, Rosalind (ed.): Changing places? Women, resource management and migration in the Sahel, SOS Sahel Publications, London, pp.115-123.[704]

Schulz, Dorothea (1990): „Ni wari T’i Bòlò“, oder „wenn Du kein Geld hast“, Handlungsspielräume von Bäuerinnen in der Sahelzone, Pöapö-Presse, Mainz.[706]

Schäfer, Michaela (2010): Weißes Gold malischer Frauen – oder was Entwicklung bedeuten kann, Karitébutter auf dem Weg in die Welt vom ‚traditionellen’ Fett zum Eliteprodukt, Lit-Verlag, Münster.[705]

Simard, Paul (1998): Assessing autonomy among Sahelian women: An analytical framework for women’s production work, in: Development in Practice, vol. 8, no. 2, pp.186-202.[707]

Soumaré, Hawa (2000): Femmes rurales et décentralisation au Mali, Quelles perspectives d’avenir? in: Recht in Afrika, Heft 1, pp.57-70.[708]

Thiam, Mariam (1986): The role of women in rural development in the Segou region of Mali, in: Creevey, Lucy (ed.): Women farmers in Africa, Rural development in Mali and the Sahel, Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, pp.67-79.[709]

Toulmin, Camilla (1986): Access to food: Dry season strategies and household size amongst the Bambara of Central Mali, in: Bulletin of the Institute of Development Studies, (IDS Bulletin), vol. 17, no. 3, pp.58-66.[710]

Toulmin, Camilla (1992): Cattle, women, and wells, Managing household survival in the Sahel, Claredon Press, Oxford.[711]

Turrittin, Jane (1988): Men, women and market trade in rural Mali, West Africa, in: Canadian Journal of African Studies, vol. 22, no. 3, pp.583-604.[712]

Wooten, Stephen (2003): Women, men and market gardens, Gender relations and income generation in rural Mali, in: Human Organization, vol. 62, no. 2, pp.166-177.[713]

Wooten, Stephen (2003): Losing ground, Gender relations, commercial horticulture and threats to local plant diversity in rural Mali, in: Howard, Patricia (ed.): Women and plants, Gender relations in biodiversity management and conservation, Zed Books, London, pp.227-241.[714]

Zoomers, Annelies (1995): From service delivery to business development: Experiences of a rice-milling project for women in Mali, in: Zoomers, A. (ed.): Supporting small-scale enterprise: Case studies in SME interventions, Kit-Publications, Amsterdam, pp.39-48.[715]

arts and culture

Brett-Smith, Sarah (1994): The making of Bamana sculpture, Creativity and gender, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.[1484]

Diawara, Mamadou (1990): ‘Dienerinnen’ und die Weitergabe mündlicher Überlieferungen im Königreich Jaara (Mali), in: Jones, Adam (ed.): Außereuropäische Frauengeschichte, Centaurus Verlag, Pfaffenweiler, pp. 159-174.[1485]

Duran, Lucy (1995): Jelimusow: The superwomen of Malian music, in: Furniss, Graham / Gunner, Liz (eds.): Power, Marginality and African Oral Literature, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.[1486]

Duran, Lucy (2003): Women, music, and the ‘mystique’ of hunters in Mali, in: Monson, Ingrid T. (ed.): The African diaspora: A musical perspective. Routledge, London. [1487]

Frank, Barbara (1994): More than wives and mothers: The artistry of Mande potters, in: African Arts,vol. 27, pp. 26-37.[1488]

Frank, Barbara (2002): Thoughts on who made the Jenne terra-cottas: Gender, craft specialization, and Mande art history, in: Mande Studies, vol. 4, pp. 121-132.[1489]

Imperato, Pascal (1994): The depiction of beautiful women in Malian youth association masquerades, in: African Arts, vol. 27, pp. 58-65.[1490]

La Violette, Adria (1995): Women craft specialists in Jenne: The manipulation of Mande social categories, in: Conrad, David C. / Frank, Barbara E. (eds.): Status and identity in West Africa: Nyamakalaw of Mande, Indiana University Press, Bloomington, pp. 170-181.[1493]

LaDuke, Betty (1991): Pama Sinatoa: Malian mud-cloth paintings, in: LaDuke, Betty (ed.): Africa through the eyes of women artists, Africa World Press, Trenton, pp. 55-64.[1491]

LaDuke, Betty (1997): Earth magic: The pottery of Mali, Cameroon, and Togo, in: LaDuke, Betty (ed.): Africa: Women's art, Women's lives, Africa World Press, Trenton, pp. 41-62.[1492]

Okagbue, Osita (2007): Through other eyes and voices: women in 'Koteba' and 'Mmonwu' performances, in: African Performance Review, vol. 1, no. 2/3, pp.114-129[1494]

Schulz, Dorothea (1999): Territorial displacement and moral relocation, Voices and images of women in televised ladili performances in Mali, Sozialanthropologische Arbeitspapiere, Nr. 80, FU-Berlin, Berlin.[1496]

Schulz, Dorothea (2002): The world is made by talk: Female youth culture, pop music consumption, and mass-mediated forms of sociality in urban Mali, in: Cahiers d'Etudes Africaines, vol. 42, no. 4 (168). [1497]

Short, Julianne (2000): ‘Have you heard the words of our elders?’ Senior Bamana women's Sidikou, in: Aissata G. (ed.): Recreating words, reshaping worlds: The verbal art of women in Niger, Mali and Senegal, in: Africa World Press, Trenton.[1495]

Short, Julianne (2000): ‘Have you heard the words of our elders?’ Senior Bamana women's Sidikou, in: Aissata G. (ed.): Recreating words, reshaping worlds: The verbal art of women in Niger, Mali and Senegal, in: Africa World Press, Trenton,[1498]

Sidikou, Aissata (2001): Recreating worlds, reshaping worlds, The verbal art of women from Niger, Mali and Senegal, Africa World Press, Trenton.[1499]

Van Dyke, Kristina (2002): Gender objectified: Revealing bodies in Bamana sculpture, in: Mande Studies, vol. 4, pp. 101-119.[1500]

Zobel, Clemens (2002): Clients or critics? Politics, griots and gender in postcolonial Mali, in: Mande Studies, vol. 4, pp. 45-64.[1501]

economy - formal and informal employment

Dom, Catherine (1994): Women and banking: A case study from southern Mali, in: The Courier, 143, pp. 70-74.[1703]

Doumbia, Saliha / Meurs, Dominique (2003): Gender equality at work in Sub-Saharan Africa: A case study of Mali's modern sector, in: International Labour Review, vol. 142, no. 3, pp. 295-316.[1704]

economy - Households

Hill, Allan / Thiam, Adam (1988): The structure of households amongst the Malian Fulani: Linking form and process, in: Caldwell, John / Hill, Allan / Hull, Valerie (eds.): Micro-approaches to demographic research, Kegan Paul International, London, pp. 334-345.[1971]

Randall, Sara / Winter, Michael (1986): The reluctant spouse and the illegitimate slave, Marriage, household formation and demographic behaviour amongst Malian Tamasheq from the Niger delta and Gourma, ODI-Publications, London.[1970]

economy - markets and traders

Harts-Broekhuis, E.J.A. / Verkoren, O. (1987): Gender differentiation among market-traders in central Mali, in: Journal of Economic and Social Geography, vol. 78, no. 3, pp. 214-221.[2161]

Turittin, Jane (1988): Men, women and market trade in Mali, West Africa, in: Canadian Journal of African Studies, vol. 22, no. 3, pp. 583-604.[2162]

economy - pastoralism

De Bruijn, Miriam (1996): A pastoral women’s economy in crisis: The Fulani of central Mali, in: Nomadic Peoples, vol. 36/37, pp. 85-104. [2382]

De Bruijn, Miriam (1997): The hearthhold in pastoral Fulbe society, Central Mali, Social relations, milk and drought, in: Africa, vol. 67, no. 4, pp. 625-651.[2383]

Hill, Allan / Thiam, Adam (1988): The structure of households amongst the Malian Fulani: Linking form and process, in: Caldwell, John / Hill, Allan / Hull, Valerie (eds.): Micro-approaches to demographic research, Kegan Paul International, London, pp. 334-345.[2384]

Pelckmans, Lotte (2007): Negotiating the memory of Fulbe hierarchy among mobile elite women, in: Bruijn, Miriam de / Dijk, Rijk van / Gewald, Jan-Bart (eds.): Strength beyond structure, Social and historical trajectoreis of agency in Africa, Brill Publishers, Leiden, pp. 285-333.[2385]

Randall, Sara / Winter, Michael (1986): The reluctant spouse and the illegitimate slave, Marriage, household formation and demographic behaviour amongst Malian Tamasheq from the Niger delta and Gourma, ODI-Publications, London.[2386]

Toulmin, Camilla (1992): Cattle, women, and wells - Managing household survival in the Sahel, Clarendon Press, Oxford.[2387]

education schooling and tertiary education

Barka, L.B. (1992): Women literacy programme in Mali, in: Journal of the African Association for Literacy and Adult Education. vol 6, no. 1, pp. 15-27.[2713]

Dall, F. (1989): A problem of gender access to primary education, A Mali case study, Harvard Institute for International Development Research Review, 2, 4.[2714]

Geekie, R. (1995): Mali: Championing women's literacy programmes, More funding needed, Say Bella Ben Barka, in: African Farmer, no. 15, pp. 34-35.[2715]

Puchner, Laurel (2001): Researching women’s literacy in Mali, A case study of dialogue among researchers, practitioners and policy makers, in: Comparative Education Review, vol. 45, pp. 242-256.[2716]

Puchner, Laurel (2003): Women and literacy in rural Mali, A study of the socio-economic impact of participating in literacy programms in four villages, in: International Journal of Educational Development, vol. 23, pp. 439-458.[2717]

health - fgc fgm

Gosselin, Claudie (2000): Feminism, anthropology, and the politics of excision in Mali, Global and local debates in a postcolonial world, in: Anthropologia, vol. 42, no. 1, pp. 43-60.[3164]

Gosselin, Claudie (2000): Handing over the knife, Numu women and the campaign against excision in Mali, in: Shell-Duncan, Bettina / Hernlund, Ylva (eds.): Female circumcision in Africa, Culture, controversy, and change, Lynne Rienner, Boulder, pp. 193-214.[3165]

Jones, Heidi / Diop, Nafissatou / Askew, Ian (1999): Female genital cutting practices in Burkina Faso and Mali and their negative health outcomes, in: Studies in Family Planning, vol. 30, no. 3, pp. 219-239.[3166]

health - HIV AIDS and gender

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health - reproduction and fertility

Barnett, Barbara et al. (1999): The impact of family planning on women's lives: Findings from the women's studies project in Mali and Zimbabwe, in: African Journal of Reproductive Health, vol. 3, pp. 27-38.[4643]

Castle, Sarah (2001): Perception, verbalisation and manipulation of morality and fertility regimes in rural Mali, in: Social Science and Medicine, vol. 52, pp. 1827-1841.[4644]

Castle, Sarah / Konate, Mamadou Kani (1995): Child fostering and children's nutritional outcomes in rural Mali: The role of female status in directing child transfers, in: Social Science and Medicine, vol. 40, pp. 679-693.[4645]

Castle, Sarah / Konate, Mamadou Kani (1999): A qualitative study of clandestine contraceptive use in urban Mali, in: Studies in Family Planning, vol. 30, pp. 231-248.[4646]

Castle, Sarah / Konate, Mamadou Kani (2002): (Re)defining reproductive health with and for the community, An example of participatory research from Mali, in: African Journal of Reproductive Health, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 20-31.[4647]

Castle, Sarah / Konate, Mamadou Kani (2003): Factors influencing young Malians' reluctance to use hormonal contraceptives, in: Studies in Family Planning, vol. 34, pp. 186-199.[4648]

Castle, Sarah / Konate, Mamadou Kani (2004): Economic transactions associated with sexual intercourse among Malian adolescents, Implications for sexual health, in: Agyei Mensah, Samuel (ed.): Reproduction and social context in Sub-Saharan Africa, Greenwood Press, Westport, pp. 161-186.[4649]

Dettwyler, Katherine (1988): More than nutrition: Breastfeeding in urban Mali, in: Medical Anthropology Quarterly, vol. 2, pp. 172-183.[4650]

Diallo, Assitan (2004): Paradoxes of female sexuality in Mali, On the practices of Magnonmaka and Bolokoli-kela, in: Arnfred, Signe (ed.): Rethinking sexualities in Africa, The Nordic Africa Institute, Uppsala, pp. 157-172.[4651]

Dicko, A. et al. (2003): Risk factors for Malaria infection and anemia for pregnant women in the Sahel area of Bandiagara, Mali, in: Acta Tropica, vol. 89, pp. 17-23.[4652]

Grigsby, William (1996): Women, descent, and tenure succession among the Bambara of West Africa, A changing landscape, in: Human Organization, vol. 55, no. 1, pp. 93-98.[4653]

Gueye, Mouhamadou / Castle, Sarah / Konate, Mamadou (2004): Timing of first intercourse among Malian adolescents: Implications for contraceptive use, in: Djamba, Yanyi K. (ed.): Sexual behavior of adolescents in contemporary Sub-Saharan Africa, Edwin Mellen Press, Lewiston, pp. 123-148. (and published in: Studies in Family Planning Perspectives, vol. 27, no. 2, pp. 56-62.).[4654]

Hollyman, Stephenie / Van Bleek, W.E.A. (2001): Man, woman, and fertility in Dogon, in: Hollyman, Stephenie (ed.). Dogon: Africa's people of the cliffs, Harry N, Abrams, New York, pp. 66-75.[4655]

Kane, Thomas T. et al. (1998): The impact of a family planning multimedia campaign in Bamako, Mali, in: Studies in Family Planning, vol. 29, pp. 309-323.[4656]

Lardoux, Solene (2004): Marital changes and fertility differences among women and men in urban and rural Mali, in: African Population Studies, vol. 19, pp. 89-123.[4657]

Le Grand, Thomas / Mbacké, Cheikh (1993): Teenage pregnancy and child health in the urban Sahel, in: Studies in Family Planning, vol. 24, no. 3, pp. 137-149.[4658]

Madhaven, Sangeetha / Diarra, A. (2001): The blood that links: Menstrual regulation among the Bamana of Mali, in: Van de Walle, Etienne / Renne, Elisha P. (eds.): Regulating menstruation: Beliefs, practices and interpretations, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, pp. 172-186.[4659]

Simon, Dominique M. / Adams, Alayne M. / Madhaven, Sangeetha (2002): Women's social power, Child nutrition and poverty in Mali, in: Journal of Biosocial Science, vol. 34, no. 2, pp. 193-214.[4660]

Slobin, Kathleen (1998): Repairing broken rules: Care seeking narratives for menstrual problems in rural Mali, in: Medical Anthropology Quarterly, vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 363-383.[4661]

Strassmann, Beverly (1997): Polygyny as a risk factor for child mortality among the Dogon, in: Current Anthropology, vol. 38, no. 4, pp. 688-695.[4662]

Turittin, Jane (2002): Colonial midwives and modernizing childbirth in French West Africa, in: Allman, Jean / Geiger, Susan / Musisi, Nakanyike (eds.): Women in colonial African histories, Indiana University Press, Bloomington, pp. 71-91.[4663]

Van de Walle, Francine / Maiga, Mariam (1991): Family planning in Bamako, Mali, in: International Family Planning Perspectives, vol. 17, pp. 84-90.[4664]

health

no entries to this combination of country and topic

history colonialism and pre-colonial history

Burrill, Emily (2007): Disputing wife abuse, Tribunal narratives of corporal punishment of wives in colonial Sikasso, 1930s, in: Cahiers d’Etudes Africaines, 47, no. 3-4, pp. 603-622.[5350]

Diawara, Mamadou (1989): Femmes, sevitude et histoire: Les traditions orales de femmes de condition servile dans le royaume de Jaara (Mali) du XIV au milieu du XIX siecle, in: History in Africa, vol. 16, pp. 71-96.[5351]

Diawara, Mamadou (1989): Women servitude and history: The oral historical traditions of women of servile condition in the Kingdom of Jaara, Mali, From the fifteenth to the mid nineteenth century, in: Barber, K. / Moraes Farias, P.F. de (eds.): Discourse and Its disguises: The interpretations of African oral texts, African Studies Series, Centre of West African Studies, Birmingham University, Birmingham, pp. 109-137.[5352]

Roberts, Richard (1999): Representation, structure and agency: Divorce in the French Soudan during the early twentieth century, in: Journal of African History, vol. 40, pp. 389-410.[5353]

Turittin, Jane (2002): Colonial midwives and modernizing childbirth in French West Africa, in: Allman, Jean / Geiger, Susan / Musisi, Nakanyike (eds.): Women in colonial African histories, Indiana University Press, Bloomington, pp. 71-91.[5354]

Literature

no entries to this combination of country and topic

media

Schulz, Dorothea (1999): Territorial displacement and moral relocation, Voices and images of women in televised ladili performances in Mali, Sozialanthropologische Arbeitspapiere, Nr. 80, FU-Berlin, Berlin.[6541]

Schulz, Dorothea (2001): Music videos and the effeminate vices of urban culture in Mali, in: Africa, vol. 73, no. 3, pp. 365-371.[6542]

Schulz, Dorothea (2002): The world is made by talk: Female youth culture, pop music consumption, and mass-mediated forms of sociality in urban Mali, in: Cahiers d'Etudes Africaines, vol. 42, no. 4 (168). [6543]

Schulz, Dorothea (2004): Women pop singers and broadcast media in Mali, in: Peek, Philip (ed.): African folklore: An encyclopedia, Routledge, New York, pp. 515-517.[6544]

politics - wars violent conflicts

Chauzal, G. / Gorman, Z. (2019): `Hand in hand´, A study of insecurity and gender in Mali, SIPRI, Stockhholm. [11901]

Lorentzen, Jenny (2017): Women and the Peace Process in Mali, GPS Policy Brief, 2. Oslo, PRIO.[11899]

Lorentzen, Jenny (2020): Women´s Inclusion in the Malian Peace Negotiations, Norms and Practices, in: SPSR, vol. 26, no. 4, pp. 487-505.[11903]

Lorentzen, Jenny (2021): Women as `new security actors´ in preventing and countering violent extremism in Mali, in: International Affairs, vol. 97, no. 3, pp. 721–738.[11904]

Moderan, Ornella (2020): Time to tackle violence against women in Mali, ISS Today, 20.11.2020, ISS, Pretoria.[11902]

Pujol Chica, Irene (2020): The strategic role of women in Mali´s peacebuilding process, IEEE 17, Madrid.[11900]

politics

De Jorio, Rosa (2001): Women's organizations, the ideology of kinship, and the state in post-independence Mali, in: Stone, Linda (ed.): New directions in anthropological kinship, Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Maryland.[7291]

Diarra, Abdramane (1986): Die politische Sozialisation der Frau in Mali, Rader Verlag, Aachen.[7292]

Fofana, Bintou (1991): Government policy for the promotion of women in Mali, in: Braunmuhl, Claudia v. (ed.): International conference, Women in the development process, German Foundation for International Development, Deutsche Stiftung für Entwicklung, Berlin.[7293]

Schulz, Dorothea (2003): Political factions, Ideological fictions: The controversy over family law reform in democratic Mali, in: Islamic Law and Society, vol. 10, no.1, pp. 132-164.[7294]

Soumare, Hawa (2000): Femmes rurale et décentralisation au Mali, Quelles perspectives d’avenir? in: Recht in Afrika, pp. 57-70.[7295]

Zobel, Clemens (2002): Clients or Critics? Politics, griots and gender in postcolonial Mali, in: Mande Studies, vol. 4, pp. 45-64.[7296]

Religion - Christianity

no entries to this combination of country and topic

Religion - Islam

Niezen, R.W. / Bankson, Barbro (1995): Women of the Jama'a Ansar al-Sunna: Female participation in a West African Islamic reform movement, in: Canadian Journal of African Studies, vol. 29, no. 3, pp. 403-428.[7843]

Schulz, Dorothea (2003): Political factions, Ideological fictions: The controversy over family law reform in democratic Mali, in: Islamic Law and Society, vol. 10, no.1, pp. 132-164.[7844]

Schulz, Dorothea (2005): Verkörperte Frömmigkeit, Das weibliche Gesicht der islamischen Erneuerungsbewegung in Mali, in: Peripherie, Sonderheft 1, pp. 206-224.[7845]

Schulz, Dorothea (2008): (Re)turing to proper Muslim practices, Islamic moral renewal and women’s conflicting assertions of Sunni identity in urban Mali, in: Africa Today, vol. 54, no. 4, pp. 20-43.[7846]

Schulz, Dorothea (2003): Political factions, Ideological fictions: The controversy over family law reform in democratic Mali, in: Islamic Law and Society, vol. 10, no.1, pp. 132-164.[7847]

Schulz, Dorothea (2005): Verkörperte Frömmigkeit, Das weibliche Gesicht der islamischen Erneuerungsbewegung in Mali, in: Peripherie, Sonderheft 1, pp. 206-224.[7848]

Schulz, Dorothea (2011): Renewal and enlightenment, Muslim women’s biographic narratives of personal reform in Mali, in: Journal of Religion in Africa, vol. 41, no. 1, pp. 93-123.[7849]

Schulz, Dorothea (2016): Competing assertions of Muslim masculinties in contemporary Mali, in: Journal of Religion in Africa, vol. 46, no. 2-3, pp. 219-250. [7850]

Schulz, Dorothea (2012): Dis/embodying authority, Female radio ‘preachers’ and the ambivalences of mass-mediated speech in Mali, in: International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 44, no. 1, pp. 23-43.[7851]

Religion - traditional rituals and spirit mediumship

no entries to this combination of country and topic

Rights - human rights violations gender based violence

Burrill, Emily (2007): Disputing wife abuse, Tribunal narratives of corporal punishment of wives in colonial Sikasso, 1930s, in: Cahiers d’Etudes Africaines, 47, no. 3-4, pp. 603-622.[10483]

Burrill, Emily / Roberts, Richard (2010): Domestic violence, colonial courts, and the end of slavery in French Soudan, 1905-1912, in: Burrill, Emily / Roberts, Richard / Thornberry, Elizabeth (eds.): Domestic violence and the law in colonial and post-colonial Africa, Ohio University Press, Athens, pp. 33-53.[10484]

Rodet, Marie (2010): Continuum of gendered violence, The colonial intervention of female desertion as a customary criminal offense, French Soudan, 1900-1949, in: Burrill, Emily / Roberts, Richard / Thornberry, Elizabeth (eds.): Domestic violence and the law in colonial and post-colonial Africa, Ohio University Press, Athens, pp. 74-93.[10485]

Rights - Women Human Rights and legal system

Boyd, Lydia / Burrill, Emily (eds.) (2020): Legislating gender and sexuality in Africa, Human rights, society, and the state, University of Wisconsin Press, Madison.[11115]

Boye, Abd-el K. et al. (1991): Marriage law and practice in the Sahel, in: Studies in Family Planning, vol. 22, pp. 343-349.[11116]

Brand, Saskia M.A.A. (1998): Civil law vs the Mande conception of gendered personhood: The case of Bamako, Mali / In: Risseeuw, Carla / Ganesh, Kamala (eds.): Negotiation and social space: A gendered analysis of changing kin and security networks in South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa, Sage Publications, London, pp. 137-153.[11114]

Ewelukwa, Uche (2002): Post-colonialism, gender, customary injustice, Widows in African societies, in: Human Rights Quarterly, vol. 24, no. 2, pp. 424-486.[11117]

Grigsby, William (1996): Women, descent, and tenure succession among the Bambara of West Africa, A changing landscape, in: Human Organization, vol. 55, no. 1, pp. 93-98.[11118]

Roberts, Richard (1984): Women’s work and women’s property, in: Comparative Studies in Society and History, vol. 26, no. 2, pp. 229-250.[11119]

Schulz, Dorothea (2003): Political factions, ideological fictions, The controversy over family law reform in democratic Mali, in: Islamic Law and Society, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 132-164.[11120]

Wing, Susanna (2002): Women activists in Mali: The global discourse on human rights, in: Naples, Nancy A. / Desai, Manisha (eds.): Women's activism and globalization: Linking local struggles and transnational politics, Routledge, New York, pp. 172-188.[11121]

society - families marriages

Burgess, Thomas (2007): Have you heard the words of the elders? Senior Bamana women’s adaptations to cultural change in rural Mali, in: Aguilar, Mario (ed.): Rethinking age in Africa, Colonial, post-colonial and contemporary interpretations of cultural represenations, Africa World Press, Trenton.[8715]

Castle, Sarah / Konate, Mamadou Kani (1995): Child fostering and children's nutritional outcomes in rural Mali: The role of female status in directing child transfers, in: Social Science and Medicine, vol. 40, pp. 679-693.[8716]

Grosz-Ngaté, Maria (1988): Monetization of bridewealth and the abandonment of "kin roads" to marriage in Sana, Mali, in: American Ethnologist, vol. 15, pp. 501-514.[8717]

Grosz-Ngaté, Maria (1989): Hidden meanings: Explorations Into a Bamanan construction of gender, in: Ethnology, vol. 28, no. 2, pp. 167-183.[8718]

Roberts, Richard (1999): Representation, structure and agency: Divorce in the French Soudan during the early twentieth century, in: Journal of African History, vol. 40, pp. 389-410.[8719]

society - homosexuality / sexual minorities

Broqua, Christophe (2020): On remuneration for homosexual practices in Bamako, in: Spronk, Rachel / Hendriks, Thomas (eds.): Readings in sexualities from Africa, Indiana University Press, Bloomington, pp. 206-219.[9054]

society - masculinities

Schulz, Dorothea (2016): Competing assertions of Muslim masculinties in contemporary Mali, in: Journal of Religion in Africa, vol. 46, no. 2-3, pp. 219-250. [9280]

society - migration and urbanisation

Ernegger, Helga (1994): “Ohne die Hilfe der Migranten müssten wir auch fortgehen”, in: Migration in Samé, einem Dorf in der Region Kayes (Mali), in: Grawert, Elke (Hg.): Wandern oder bleiben? Veränderungen der Lebenssituation von Frauen im Sahel durch die Arbeitsmigration der Männer, Lit-Verlag, Münster, pp. 119-130.[9709]

Findley, Sally / Diallo, Assitan (1993): Social appearances and economic realities of female migration in rural Mali, in: United Nations (ed.): Internal migration of women in developing countries, United Nations Publications, New York, pp. 244-255.[9710]

Grosz-Ngate, Maria (2000): Labor migration, gender, and social transformation in rural Mali, in: Bingen, R. James / Robinson, David / Staatz, John M. (eds.): Democracy and development in Mali, Michigan State University Press, East Lansing.[9711]

Vaa, Mariken (1990): Paths to the city, Migration histories of poor women in Bamako, in: Baker, Jonathan (ed.): Small town Africa, Studies in rural-urban interaction, The Scandinavian Institute of African Studies, Uppsala, pp. 172-181.[9712]

Vaa, Mariken (1996): Gendered housing responsibilities in an unauthorised settlement in Mali, in: Schlyter, Ann (ed.). A place to live, Gender research on housing in Africa, Publications of the Nordic Africa Institute, Uppsala, pp. 77-93.[9713]

Vaa, Mariken / Findely, Sally / Diallo, Assitan (1989): The gift economy, A study of women migrants’ survival strategies in a low-income Bamako neibourhood, in: Labour, Capital and Society, vol. 22, no. 2, pp. 234-260.[9714]

society - women's organisations

Adams, Alayna / Madhaven, Sangeetha / Simon, Dominique (2002): Women’s social networks and child survival in Mali, in: Social Science and Medicine, vol. 54, pp.165-178.[10013]

De Jorio, Rosa (2001): Women's organizations, the ideology of kinship, and the state in post-independence Mali, in: Stone, Linda (ed.): New directions in anthropological kinship, Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Maryland.[10014]

Mayoux, Linda (1988): Women-only cooperatives: The case of FEDEV in Mali, in: Mayoux, Linda (ed.): All are not equal: African women in cooperatives, Institute for African Alternatives, London, pp. 49-53.[10015]

Modic, Kate (1994): Negotiating power: A study of Ben Ka Di women’s associations in Bamako, Mali, in: Africa Today, vol. 41, no. 2, pp.25-37.[10016]

Sacko Diallo, Velore-Coumba (1991): The effects of modernization processes on women and the counter-strategies implemented by the women's movement in Mali, in: Braunmuhl, Claudia v. (ed.): International Conference, Women in the development process, German Foundation for International Development, Deutsche Stiftung für Entwicklung, Berlin, pp. 92-99.[10017]

Turittin, Jane (1993): Aoua Keita and the Nascent Women’s Movement in the French Soudan, in: African Studies Review, vol. 36, no. 1, pp.59-89.[10018]

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