PUBLICATIONS

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BOOKS

 

Dawuni, Josephine and Kuenyehia, Akua, (eds.) (2018).  International Courts and the African Woman Judge:Unveiled Narratives. New York: Routledge.

 

Dawuni, Josephine and Bauer, Gretchen, (eds.) (2016). Gender and the Judiciary in Africa: From Obscurity to Parity?New York: Routledge.

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Dawuni, Josephine. (2018). African Women Judges on International Courts: Symbolic or Substantive Gains? University of Baltimore Law Review Vol. 47, 2 (3). Available at https://scholarworks.law.ubalt.edu/ublr/vol47/iss2/3/

 

Dawuni, Josephine. (2016). ‘To “Mother” or not to “Mother”: The Representative Roles of Women Judges in Ghana.  Journal of African Law, 60 (3) 419–440. doi: 10.1017/S0021855316000115.

 

Dawuni, Josephine and Kang, Alice. (2015). Her Ladyship Chief Justice: The rise of female leaders in the judiciary in Africa. Africa Today, 62 (2), pp 45-69.

Available:http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1072&context=poliscifacpub

 

Dawuni, Josephine. (2008). “The Gendered Face of HIV/AIDS: The Move Towards Policy Implementation in Ghana”. Studies in Gender and Development in Africa(SIGADA). Vol. 2, September. Pp.78-94.

 

BOOK CHAPTERS

Dawuni, Josephine. (2018). Judge Akua Kuenyehia: Journey of a Women’s Rights Activist. In Dawuni, J., Kuenyehia, A, (eds.). International Courts and the African Woman Judge: Unveiled Narratives.New York: Routledge.

 

Dawuni, Josephine. (2018).Challenging Gender Universalism and Unveiling the Silenced Narrative of the African Woman Judge.In Dawuni, J., Kuenyehia, A, (eds.). International Courts and the African Woman Judge: Unveiled Narratives.New York: Routledge. 

 

Dawuni, Josephine and Kuenyehia, Akua. (2018).International Courts and the African Woman Judge: Unlocking Doors, Leaving a Legacy. In Dawuni, J., Kuenyehia, A, (eds.). International Courts and the African Woman Judge: Unveiled Narratives.New York: Routledge. 

 

Dawuni, Josephine. (2018). The Socio-Economic Implications of Violence Against Women in the Democratic Republic of Congo. In Dibie, Robert (ed.). Women Empowerment for Sustainability in Africa. Cambridge Press Publishers.

 

Dawuni, Josephine. (2017). Beyond the accent: navigating the multiple intersections in a foreign trained instructor classroom. InBudryte, Dovile and Boykin, Scott, (eds.) Toward a Transformative Classroom: Creating Reflective Identities in Multicultural Settings.  Rowman and Littlefield.

 

Dawuni, Josephine. (2016). Gender and the Judiciary: An Introduction.  In Bauer, Gretchen and Dawuni, Josephine (eds.). In Gender and the Judiciary in Africa: From Obscurity to Parity?New York: Routledge.

 

Dawuni, Josephine. (2016). The Paradox of Judicial Stagnation. In Bauer, Gretchen and Dawuni, Josephine (eds.) In Gender and the Judiciary in Africa: From Obscurity to Parity? New York: Routledge.

 

Dawuni, Josephine. (2007). “Globalizing Voices: Ghanaian Women Respond to Globalization”, in Ayandiji D. Aina (ed), Corruption and the Challenge of Human Development, Ilishan-Remo: Babcock University Press pp.475-489.

 

Dawuni, Josephine. (2011). Justice Annie Jiagge. In Dictionary of African Biography. Acheampong, E and Gates, Henry L Jr. (eds.). London: Oxford University Press.

 

Dawuni, Josephine. (2009.) “The Ghana Women’s Movement and Democratic Changes: Open or Closed Spaces?” Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID). February 24. 2009. 

 

Dawuni, Josephine. (2004). TransAfrica Forum: The Globalization Monitor (editor) “Privatization of Water in Africa, Caribbean and Latin America.2004.Vol 11 Issue 1.

LITERARY AND CREATIVE WORKS

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Justice Hub-The Hague. (2018). African women judges serve on international courts due to their personal agency and not tokenism

 

GQUAL Campaign Interview. (2018). Available at http://www.gqualcampaign.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/GQUAL-Campaign-Interview_JJD.pdf

 

Wilson Center Women in Public Service Project. (2018). Global Voices in International Law: International Courts and Women Judges. Video Available at https://www.wilsoncenter.org/event/global-voices-international-law-international-courts-and-women-judges

 

Dawuni, Josephine. (2017). Valuing Diversity in All Forms in International Courts. Proceedings of the ASIL Annual Meeting, 111, 296-299. doi:10.1017/amp.2017.84

 

Dawuni, Josephine. (2016). African Women Judges on International Courts: Symbolic or Substantive Gains?  iCourtsWorking Paper Series, No. 60. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2777972

 

Achieving Gender Parity in International Courts and Bodies: Does Diversity Matter?Available: Institute for African Women in Law Blog.

 

African Women Judges and Gender Parity on the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights. Available at; https://ilg2.org/

 

Vive la Diversité! Roadmap to Gender Parity on African Regional Courts? Feminist Critiques of International Law Symposium Available at: http://voelkerrechtsblog.org/vive-la-diversite/

"As straight as an arrow!" Justice Amina Augie’s Journey to the Supreme Court of Nigeria. Available at: https://www.africanwomeninlaw.com/single-post-nvpea/2016/11/22/%E2%80%9CAs-straight-as-an-Arrow%E2%80%9D-Justice-Amina-Augie%E2%80%99s-Journey-to-the-Supreme-Court-of-Nigeria

 

 

Race to the top? African women judges and international courts. International Law Girls Blog

 

The Reality of Women Judges in International Courts. 2016. Available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-99F7JmlcIk


 

 

WORKS IN PROGRESS

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Dawuni, Josephine. (2019). “Mother, why is this documentary making you cry?” Teaching Through the Lens of a Mother. In, Harushimana, Immaculee, Davies, Deborah and Alfred Mary (eds.), Paradise to Regain: Post-Obama Insights from Women Educators of the Black Diaspora.Myers Education Press. 

 

Dawuni, Josephine. (2019). Vive la Diversité or A luta Continua? Achieving Gender parity on the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights. (Under Review).

 

Dawuni, Josephine Jarpa. (2019). Women Judges and International Courts: Domesticating the International or Internationalizing the Domestic? In, Bartens, Freya (ed.), Gender on the International Bench. Edward Eldger Publishers.

 

Dawuni, Josephine and Masengu, Tabeth. (2019). Process and Progress: Women and Judicial Appointments to the Bench in Nigeria and Zambia. In, Sterret, Susan and Lee, Walker (eds.), Law and Courts. Edward Elgar Research Handbook. 

 

Dawuni, Josephine. (2019). Breaking the Veil of Masculinity? Women in Ghana’s Legal Academy. In Schultz, Ulrike (ed.). Women in the Legal Academy. Hart Publishing. 

(Forthcoming, 2019).

 

Dawuni, Josephine. (2019). The Ghana Legal Profession. In Abel, R., Ulrike, S., Sommerlad, H, Hammerslev, O., (eds.). Lawyers in Society: Thirty Years On. Hart Publishing. (Forthcoming, 2019).

 

Dawuni, Josephine. (2018). Matri-legal Feminism: An African Feminist Response to International Law. In Ogg, Kate and Rimmer, Sue Harris (eds.). Feminist Approaches to International Law. Edward Elgar Publishing. (Forthcoming, 2018).

 

 

BOOK REVIEWS

 

Dawuni, Josephine. (2018). Women’s Activism in Africa. Balghis, Badri and Aili Mari Tripp.  Journal of Women, Politics and Policy, 39(4) (forthcoming, 2018).

 

Dawuni, Josephine. (2010). Gender Politics and Democracy in Post-Socialist Europe (review). by Yvonne Galligan, Sara Clavero and Marina Calloni: VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations: Volume 21, Issue 4: 633.

  

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