This book shows how a feminist approach to education in an innovative Master’s program in Gender, Culture and Development at the Kigali Institute of Education fostered a critical approach to the development of an inclusive society and supported the role of women as leaders in Rwanda.
The book contains the scholarly reflections of the academics invited to implement and teach the program from 2011, and the accounts and recollections of the first students to undertake the course.Book Details
Steeped in story-telling and endlessly curious, Reading the Country: An Introduction to Nomadology (1984) was the product of Paddy Roe, Stephen Muecke and Krim Benterrak, experimenting with what it might be like to think together about country. In the process a senior traditional owner, a cultural theorist and a painter produced a text unlike any other. Reading the Country: 30 Years On is a celebration of one of the great twentieth-century books of intercultural dialogue. Recalling a spirit of intellectual risk and respect, in this collection, Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars, poets, writers and publishers both acknowledge the past and look, with hope, to future transformations of culture and country.
This book also addresses issues relevant to our Australian Indigenous Studies series here.Book Details