Fox, Diana J. Books

About the editors: Diana Fox received her PhD from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. She is currently Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Massachusetts. Naima Hasci received her PhD in International Affairs from Johns Hopkins University. She is Research Associate with the W. E. Dubois Institute of African-American Studies, Harvard University. She has an array of experience with UNESCO, UNDP, the World Bank, et al.

Challenges of Women’s Activism and Human Rights in Africa
2000 0-7734-7885-X
This study contains essays written by activists and scholars from a wide range of fields who have conducted research or been involved on a grassroots level in an effort to advance women’s human rights.

Ethnology of Four Non-Governmental Development Organizations- Oxfam America, Grassroots International, Accion International, and Cultural Survival Inc
1998 0-7734-8361-6
A detailed study of the ways in which 4 non-governmental organizations are carving out new approaches to international development. Points to significant areas of reform and underscores the complexity and diversity of the development idea.