Sekai Nzenza-Shand

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Sekai Nzenza Shand was born in Zimbabwe, where she trained as a nurse, before doing additional nursing studies in England and subsequently going to live in Australia.[1] Her book Songs to an African Sunset describes her return to her family's village in the early 1990s.[2][3] She has a Ph.D. in International Relations from the University of Melbourne.[4][5]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Zimbabwean Woman: My Own Story, London: Karia Press, 1988.
  • Songs to an African Sunset: A Zimbabwean Story, 1997.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Margaret Busby (ed.), Daughters of Africa: An International Anthology of Words and Writings by Women of African Descent from the Ancient Egyptian to the Present, London: Jonathan Cape, 1992; Vintage, 1993, p. 855.
  2. ^ Nzenza-Shand, Sekai. Songs to an African Sunset: A Zimbabwean Story (1997) (ISBN 978-0864424723)
  3. ^ (30 October 2003) Life Matters: Feature Interview: Dr Sekai Nzenza-Shand, Radio National
  4. ^ Sylvester, Christine, Fictional Development Sovereignties, in Edkins, Jenny, et al. (eds.), Sovereign Lives: power in global politics, Routledge 2004, pp. 143-44 (ISBN 978-0415947350).
  5. ^ Bond, Marybeth & Michael, Pamela. A Woman's Passion for Travel: True Stories of World Wanderlust, 2004, p. 65 (ISBN 978-1932361148).