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Omolara Ogundipe-Leslie (27 December 1940 – 18 June 2019), also known as Molara Ogundipe, was a Nigerian poet, critic, editor, feminist and activist. Considered one of the foremost writers on African feminism, gender studies and literary theory, she was a social critic who came to be recognized as a viable authority on African women among black feminists and feminists in general. She contributed the piece "Not Spinning on the Axis of Maleness" to the 1984 anthology Sisterhood Is Global: The International Women's Movement Anthology, edited by Robin Morgan. She is most celebrated for coining the term STIWA or Social Transformation in Africa Including Women.

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  • Molara Ogundipe
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  • Molara Ogundipe-Leslie (née le 27 décembre 1940 à Lagos au Nigeria et morte le 18 juin 2019 à dans l'État d'Ogun au Nigeria) est une auteure nigériane.
  • Omolara Ogundipe-Leslie (27 December 1940 – 18 June 2019), also known as Molara Ogundipe, was a Nigerian poet, critic, editor, feminist and activist. Considered one of the foremost writers on African feminism, gender studies and literary theory, she was a social critic who came to be recognized as a viable authority on African women among black feminists and feminists in general. She contributed the piece "Not Spinning on the Axis of Maleness" to the 1984 anthology Sisterhood Is Global: The International Women's Movement Anthology, edited by Robin Morgan. She is most celebrated for coining the term STIWA or Social Transformation in Africa Including Women.
  • Омолара Огундипе-Лесли (Omolara Ogundipe-Leslie; 27 декабря 1940 г. — 18 июня 2019 г.), также известная как Молара Огундипе — нигерийская поэтесса, критик, редактор, феминистка и активистка. Огундипе называли одной из ведущих писательниц по африканскому феминизму, гендерным исследованиям и литературной теории, а также социальным критиком; была признана сильным авторитетом по африканским женщинам среди чернокожих феминисток и феминисток в целом. Она внесла свою лепту в антологию «» 1984 года, позже отредактированную . Огундипе также известна тем, что ввела термин STIWA, то есть «социальная трансформация в Африке, включая женщин» (англ. Social Transformation in Africa Including Women).
  • Abiodum Omolara Ogundipe-Leslie (Lagos, 27 de diciembre de 1940-18 de junio de 2019), más conocida como Molara Ogundipe, fue una poetisa, crítica, editora, y activista feminista nigeriana.​ Considerada una de las escritoras más importantes en feminismo africano, estudios de género y teoría literaria, fue una crítica social reconocida como autoridad viable en mujeres africanas entre feministas y feministas negras en general.​
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