Transnational feminist itineraries : situating theory and activist practice /

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Imprint:Durham : Duke University Press, 2021.
Description:1 online resource ( xi, 279 pages) : illustrations
Series:Next wave
Next wave (Duke University Press)
Subject:Feminist theory.
Nationalism and feminism.
Intersectionality (Sociology)
Feminist theory.
Intersectionality (Sociology)
Nationalism and feminism.
Format: E-Resource Book
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Other authors / contributors:Tambe, Ashwini, editor.
Thayer, Millie, editor.
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description based on print version record.
Other form:Print version: Transnational feminist itineraries. Durham : Duke University Press, 2021 9781478013549 9781478014430
Table of Contents:
  • The many destinations of transnational feminism / Ashwini Tambe, Millie Thayer
  • Beyond antagonism : rethinking intersectionality, transnationalism, and the women's studies academic job market / Jennifer C. Nash
  • Rethinking patriarchy and corruption : itineraries of US academic feminism and transnational analysis / Inderpal Grewal
  • Transnational feminism and the politics of scale : the 2012 antirape protests in Delhi / Srila Roy
  • Transnational shifts : the World March of Women in Mexico / Carmen L. Díaz Alba
  • Network ecologies and the feminist politics of "mass sterilization" in Brazil / Rafael de la Dehesa
  • Transnational childhoods : linking global production, local consumption, and feminist resistance / Laura L. Lovett
  • Nike's search for Third World potential : the tensions between corporate funding and feminist futures / Kathryn Moeller
  • Reproductive justice and the contradictions of international surrogacy claims by gay men in Australia / Nancy A. Naples, Mary Bernstein
  • Wombs in India : revisiting commercial surrogacy / Amrita Pande,
  • Sporting transnational feminisms : gender, nation, and women's athletic migrations between Brazil and the United States / Cara K. Snyder
  • Mozambican feminisms : between the local and the global / Isabel Maria Cortesão Casimiro, Catarina Casimiro Trindade
  • Plural sovereignty and la familia diversa in Ecuador's 2008 constitution / Cricket Keating, Amy Lind.