"'People come and go but we don't see anything': How Might Social Research Contribute to Social Change?" in The Qualitative Report, 24 (11)
Sylvia Bawa is an Associate Professor in York University’s Department of Sociology. Her research and teaching interests include globalization, postcolonial and transnational feminisms, human rights, critical development theory and women’s rights.
Other publications from this author include:
- "Women and the Human Rights Paradigm in the African Context" in International Human Rights of Women (2019)
- "Agency, Social Status and Performing Marriage in Postcolonial Societies" in Journal of Asian and African Studies, 54 (7) (2019)
- "Feminists make too much noise!" Generational differences and ambivalence in feminist development politics in Ghana" in Canadian Journal of African Studies, 52 (1), 1-17 (2018)
- "(Un)African women: identity, class and moral geographies in postcolonial times" in African Identities, 16 (4) (2018)