Charmaine Pereira is a feminist scholar-activist who has worked extensively on the themes of feminist thought and practice, sexuality, gender and university education, and civil society and the state. Based in Abuja, she coordinates the Initiative for Women’s Studies in Nigeria (IWSN), which strengthens capacity for teaching and research in gender and women’s studies. As IWSN national coordinator, Pereira has developed and led programmes on the politics of sexual harassment and where buy viagra sexual violence in universities, gender justice and women’s citizenship, and women’s empowerment. She is the author of Gender in the Making of the Nigerian University System (2007) and co-editor of Jacketed Women: Qualitative Research Methodologies on Sexualities and Gender in Africa (2013).
Books by Charmaine Pereira
Changing Narratives of Sexuality examines the tensions and contradictions in constructions of gender, sexuality and women’s empowerment in the various narrations of sexuality told by and about women. From storytelling to women’s engagement with state institutions, stories of unmarried women and ageing women, a sex scandal and internet viagra sales narrations of religious influence on women’s subjectivities and sexualities, this impressive collection explores sexuality in a wide range of national… (more information)