Women and Ecology in Shona ReligionWord and World Journal, St Paul, MN: Luther Seminary (1999)
AbstractThis paper examines the connection between roles fulfilled by women as mothers and crop producers in Shona families, their familiarity with the environment of their work and the naming of Mwari (God), The Great Grandmother Earth worshipped by the Great Pool (Dzivaguru). It is argued that there is more to learn about ecology from female informants on Shona culture than the offical male leaders of the society.
Publication DateSummer 1999
Citation InformationIsabel Mukonyora. "Women and Ecology in Shona Religion" Word and World Journal, St Paul, MN: Luther Seminary Vol. 19 (1999)
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