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Transnational America: Feminisms, Diasporas, Neoliberalisms
In Transnational America , Inderpal Grewal examines how the circulation of people, goods, social movements, and rights discourses during the 1990s created transnational subjects shaped by a global
Scattered hegemonies : postmodernity and transnational feminist practices
Scattered Hegemonies: Postmodernity and Transnational ... Locations of Learning: Transnational Feminist Practices ... Scattered Hegemonies Postmodernity And Transnational Inderpal Grewal | Women's,
Global Identities: Theorizing Transnational Studies of Sexuality
In modernity, identities inevitably become global. Indeed, few things remain local in the aftermath of the rise of capitalism. Just as goods and people come to circulate in new ways, so too
Home and Harem: Nation, Gender, Empire and the Cultures of Travel
Part 1 English imperial culture: home and harem - domesticity gender and nationalism empire and the movement for women's suffrage in Britain the guidebook and the museum. Part 2 Euroimperial travel
Transnational America: race, gender and citizenship after 9/11
This paper examines the racialisation and gendering of a collective subject described as ‘Middle Eastern or Muslim’ in the US media in the aftermath of 9/11. It examines how this category came to be
Theorizing NGOs: States, Feminisms, and Neoliberalism
Acknowledgments vii Introduction. The NGO Form: Feminist Struggles, States, and Neoliberalism / Victoria Bernal and Inderpal Grewal 1 Part I. NGOs Beyond Success or Failure 19 1. The Movementization
An Introduction to Women's Studies: Gender in a Transnational World
I. Women's Bodies in Science and CultureIntroductory EssaySection 1: Sex Differences Across Cultures A: Nelly Oudshoorn, "Sex and the Body" B: Emily Martin, "Egg and the Sperm," C: Carol Laderman, "A
‘Women's rights as human rights’: Feminist practices, global feminism, and human rights regimes in transnationality 1
This paper argues that the recent calls for articulating women's rights as human rights can be successful only by misrecognition of the geopolitical context of human rights internationalism and the