Library

Welcome to the Sister Namibia Library!

Sister Namibia’s office at 163 Nelson Mandela Avenue, Eros, Windhoek houses a library with books about everything from feminist thought to women’s history to literature.   If you see a book that interests you, stop by our office.

To search for a book: Click on the links below to search a specific category or search our entire collection.  Then, if you are using a Mac, go to “Edit,” then “Find,” and “Find…” or press command and f to search the page.  If you are using a PC, press ctrl and f.  Books are organized by section number and then last name of the author.

Urban Girls EmpowermentWalking Through FireChallenges for Anthropology

Entire Collection

 920 Biography and Personal Accounts

910 Geography and Travel

900 History

890.4 Writing By & For Women

890.3 Short Stories

650 Management & Auxiliary Services

659 Advertising & Public Relations

801 Guides to Literature

890.1 Novels

890.2 Poetry

630 Agriculture & Related Technologies

616.1 HIVAIDS

613.1 Reproductive Health

610 Medicine & Health

600 Technology (Applied Sciences)

550 Environment and Climate Change

404 Special Topics of Language

403 Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, Concordance

379 Education Policies

371 Materials for Teachers and Students

362.2 Prostitution

364.1 Gender & Crime

364.2 Violence Against Women

364.3 Rape

370 Education

362.1 Labour Issues

346.1 Property & Inheritance Law

340 Law

339.2 Gender & Development

339.1 Development Issues in Namibia

323.3 Children’s Rights

324.1 Women in Politics

324.2 Women’s Movements

325 International Migration & Refugees

339 Development

323.2 Women’s Rights

323.1 Human Rights

321.1 Democracy

320.2 Gender Policies

320.1 Peace & Conflict

301.4 Sexuality

305.1 LGBT Issues

305.4 Race Issues

306 Culture & Institutions

320 Political Science

150 Psychology

200 Religion

301.1 Research Methods Social Sciences

301.2 Social Theory- Feminist Theories

301.3 Gender Issues

100 Philosophy

070 News Media, Journalism & Publishing

Building the feminist movement in Namibia