Stucki, Andreas. Violence and Gender in African’s Iberian Colonies: Feminizing the Portuguese and Spanish Empire, 1950s-1970s. Palgrave Macmillan, 2019.
In the volatile and waning decades of Portuguese and Spanish colonialism in Africa, Andreas Stucki’s Violence and Gender in Africa’s Iberian Colonies: Feminizing the Portuguese and Spanish Empire, 1950s-1970s uncovers how women as paradigms and material bodies were strategically weaponized against the insurgent struggle for African independence to ensure Afro-Iberian cultural ties.
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