Agenda

Papers
(The TQCC of Agenda is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Breaking the frame: Obstetric violence and epistemic rupture19
Obstetric violence within students’ rite of passage: The reproduction of the obstetric subject and its racialised (m)other11
“Hospitals have some procedures that seem dehumanising to me”: Experiences of abortion-related obstetric violence in Brazil, Chile and Ecuador6
Intersectional Experiences of Black South African Female Doctoral Students in STEM: Participation, Success and Retention6
Unbecoming men: Towards a discursive emancipation of black boys6
Schoolgirls leading their rural community in dialogue to address gender-based violence6
Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights: Where is the progress since Beijing?5
Teenage girls and the entanglement with online porn: a new feminist materialist perspective5
Whose bodies are they? Conceptualising reproductive violence against adolescents in Ethiopia, Malawi and Zambia5
Entangled battlefields: Challenges of precarity for womxn under COVID-195
Framing notes – COVID-19: The intimacies of pandemics5
Art and performance during the time of COVID-19 lockdown5
“We need to do public health differently in this community”: A reflexive analysis of participatory video, affective relations, and the policy process5
On reproductive violence: Framing notes5
Cultivating Third Space thinking in (‘African’) feminism through the works of Nandipha Mntambo4
‘Surrogate decision-making’ in India for women competent to consent and choose during childbirth4
Gender, evictions, and relocations during COVID-19 in South Africa: Lessons for programming and practice3
Exploring women’s gendered experiences of sexual reproductive health during a pandemic: Intergenerational reflections3
Pandemics, routine death, and pleasure3
The ideal Hindu woman? Representations of Sita in Yael Farber’s Ram – The Abduction of Sita into Darkness3
Survivalist economics in the time of COVID-193
Shaping policy, sustaining peace: Intergenerational activism in the policy ecosystem3
Cuba in the time of COVID-19: Untangling gendered consequences3
Female bodies, agency, real and symbolic violence during the coronavirus pandemic: The experiences of women politicians and activists in Zimbabwe3
The Angry Feminist3
Tracking the trajectory of feminist advocacy in Uganda: How has theory informed the practice of advocacy?3
An evaluation of South Africa’s gender norms on governance and leadership within the context of Aspiration 6 of Agenda 20633
Decolonization and Afro-Feminism by Sylvia Tamale2
“Powerless and afraid, I felt they let me down”: Reflections of a first-year student on gender-based violence at a university in South Africa2
Cracking-open vernacular stand-up comedy: Reflections on Celeste Ntuli’s work on sexuality2
South African cities, housing precarity and women’s inclusion during COVID-192
Gendered attitudes to fruit and vegetable consumption during the COVID-19 epidemic: Implications for policy and programming2
Feminist advocacy in the agenda for implementing Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Development initiatives in Monrovia, Liberia2
Women informal food traders during COVID-19: A South African case study2
“We have heard you but we are not changing anything”: Policymakers as audience to a photovoice exhibition on challenges to school re-entry for young mothers in Kenya2
How can girls with disabilities become activists in their own lives? Creating opportunities for policy dialogue through ‘knowledge mobilisation spaces’2
In search of reciprocity: Feminist challenges in Posthumanist thinking – An intellectual meditation2
Yes! We are girls with disabilities and Yes! We can represent ourselves in policy dialogue2
Nasi iStocko! Forging contemporary feminist imaginaries of liberation2
Understanding the violation of directive anti-abortion counselling [and cisnormativity]: Obstruction to access or reproductive violence?2
Women farmers leading and co-learning in an agroecology movement at the intersections of gender and climate1
Working from home, care work and shifting gender roles for dual-career couples during the COVID-19 pandemic: An exploratory study of urban Zimbabwe1
Gendered implications of new technologies and posthuman subjectivities: perspectives from the global South1
Sexualising the performance, objectifying the performer: The twerk dance in Kenya1
Bleed, kill, cut, kin: Uterine violence, body-talk, and feminist subjectivities1
Agriculture, rivers and gender: Thinking with ‘caste capitalism’, migrant labour and food production in the Capitalocene1
The meanings of resilience in climate justice: women smallholder farmers’ responses to agricultural shocks in Uganda under the spotlight1
“I see myself really as a public health activist”: A critical analysis of young people’s voices in the National Health Insurance policy submissions1
“Everything is written there; there should be something that is going to follow”: A girlfesto as a strategy for girl-led activism in rural communities1
A Gender Mainstreaming Approach to South Africa’s Budget Response to COVID-191
“Sex work is essential(ly) work” – Feminist sex worker rights advocacy in South Africa1
The nonhuman object in Ama Ata Aidoo’s ‘Nowhere cool’: A black feminist critique of Object-oriented Ontology1
Gender mainstreaming in the South African State, 25 years post Beijing1
Marriage, intimacy, and the messy politics of COVID-19 in India1
Grabbing the Sharp End of the Knife to Bring Liberation, Peace and Justice to South Africans: lessons from Ellen Kuzwayo and Phyllis Naidoo1
Surfacing: On Being Black and Feminist in South Africa by Desiree Lewis and Gabeba Baderoon (eds.)1
Girl-led ‘from the ground up’ approaches to policy dialogue and policy change1
Shamed or shameless: the life of a lesbian minister and her struggle in the Methodist Church in Southern Africa (MCSA)1
Time and distance1
The Village Savings and Loans Association pathway – feminist solidarity groups leverage COVID-19 to have their voices heard1
An analysis of obstetric violence among low-income urban women: A case study of Mabvuku Hospital in Harare, Zimbabwe1
Turning up the volume on equal pay: Notes toward building a platform for feminist advocacy1
Rhizome networks: Turmeric’s global journey from haldi doodh to turmeric latte1
Hair, machines, sanitary pads and diary: The sentimental intimacy of truth during the COVID-19 pandemic1
The inception of Camagu Theatre and Dance Festival: Black women shifting the paradigm, disrupting and decolonising theatre in South Africa1
Glass Ceilings: cybermisogyny is a sign of unchecked sexism in media and newsrooms1
Land and the feminine: Silence as a Room #1 of #5 , Richmond, Karoo1
‘Bodies that birth’ and the violence it bears: In conversation with Rachelle Chadwick1
Story Circles: A conversation on Black Feminist theatre practices drawn from creating the play ‘Postcards: Bodily preserves’1
Restructuring intimacies during COVID-19: Women in Community Networks1
Intersectionality and/or multiple consciousness: Re-thinking the analytical tools used to conceptualise and navigate personhood1
Reading between the lines: A review of Dark Juices and Afrodisiacs: Erotic Diaries Vol 11
From Black Consciousness to Black Lives Matter: Confronting the colonial legacy of colourism in South Africa1
Women in nation building: breaking down barriers, building bridges1
Beijing +25 consultative forumGeneration Equality: Realising Women’s Rights for an Equal Future1
The Arts in the time of pandemic1
Zulu Love Letter: Moving Black women from the margins to the centre in narrating South Africa’s political transition1
Wangari Maathai – an African woman leader who decolonised environmental discourse Wangari Mathaai’s registers of freedom (2020) edited by Grace A. Musila, HSRC Press, Pr1
Embodying transnational queer Black and Brown utopia in alternative QTPOC nightlife spaces1
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Black women academics in the United States of America and South Africa deploying principles of Feminist Decoloniality as Care (FEMDAC) to confront experiences with microaggressions1
Fear, discrimination, and healthcare access during the COVID-19 pandemic: Exploring women domestic workers’ lives in India1
Unbecoming to becoming a man: Reply to Moshibudi Motimele1
I just asked why?1
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