9th April 2020

The Covid-19 pandemic: Re/making common knowledges and common spaces

The Covid-19 pandemic: Re/making common knowledges and common spaces by Tinashe Mawere Banter(ing) the Lockdown and gender scripts Gender scripts and gendered identities are always evident […]
6th April 2020

Theorising in the thrall of a pandemic

Theorising in the thrall of a pandemic by Pierre Brouard   Is it possible to have theory in an epidemic? Paula Treichler asked in the early […]
6th April 2020

“Stay in the house and shag” and other bits of useless Covid-19 advice

“Stay in the house and shag” and other bits of useless Covid-19 advice By Pierre Brouard Just “stay in the house and shag” said UK comedian […]
3rd April 2020

Why a one-size-fits-all approach to COVID-19 could have lethal consequences

Why a one-size-fits-all approach to COVID-19 could have lethal consequences Alex Broadbent, University of Johannesburg and Benjamin T H Smart, University of Johannesburg Suppose you had […]
13th September 2019

Decolonise Men and Masculinity Studies to end Gender-Based Violence

Decolonise Men and Masculinity Studies to end Gender-Based Violence by Prof Sakhumzi Mfecane As gender scholars in South Africa specialising in Men and Masculinities research, we […]
2nd September 2019

From the heart – Women and patriarchy: a discussion of ‘uhlelele ni?’

From the heart – Women and patriarchy: a discussion of ‘uhlelele ni?’ by Sivuyisiwe Wonci  Why would you stay? ‘A mother and her kids have been […]
27th June 2019

Coerce into Societal Standards: the Caster Semenya Case and the IAAF Eligibility Regulations for Athletes with Differences of Sex Development (DSD)

Coerce into Societal Standards: the Caster Semenya Case and the IAAF Eligibility Regulations for Athletes with Differences of Sex Development (DSD) by Gerard Emmanuel Kamdem Kamga […]
6th May 2019

Gender and disability: a matter of dignity

Gender and disability: a matter of dignity Gerard Emmanuel Kamdem Kamga Introduction In this paper I review the intersection between gender and disability, which remains a […]
11th April 2019

Masculinities in South Africa and violence: an indisputable link?

Masculinities in South Africa and violence: an indisputable link? By Lubabalo Mdedetyana   Defining masculinity is a challenging task. Hamber (2010: 77) refers to Connell’s (2005) […]
11th March 2019

Intimate partner violence and its impact on health

Intimate partner violence and its impact on health by Gerard Emmanuel Kamdem Kamga   Introduction Increasingly research studies in recent decades have begun to document the […]