Women in the making of Mauritian history (Paperback)
Amplifying the diverse voices of women that were brought together to make the fabric of Mauritian society, the Centre for Research on Slavery and Indenture (CRSI) has produced this publication, a collaboration of 19 multi-disciplinary authors. Scholars, research activists, community leaders and cultural writers all got together to tell the stories of women from colonisation to contemporary times. The book offers as many factual accounts of history as thought-provoking analysis of the situation of various groups of women in Mauritius, including perspectives from women often excluded in History and gender discourse. Chapters are written in English, French and Kreol.The book is edited by contributing authors Vijaya Teelock, Christelle Collet, James de Montilles and Steve S n que. The list of all contributing authors is below: Aumeeruddy-Cziffra ShirinBallgobin D. VinaCollet ChristelleDe Montille JamesGauthier EglantineGebert JoslynHuang HaoHerminette LauraLajoie LionelNundloll SapnaPolice-Michel DaniellaPyrbus CassandraRosun Bibi WardahRosunee-Nundah PritilahSaramandi ArielS n que SteveSoogree AichahTeelock VijayaVolcy Laurent Elodie.