Volume 30, Number 2, 2009

Table of Contents

Introduction

pp. vii-viii
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Textual Migration: Self-Translation and Translation of the Self in Leila Abouzeid’s Return to Childhood: The Memoir of a Modern Moroccan Woman and Ruju’ ’Ila Al-Tufulah

pp. 1-42
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Destination as Destiny: Amelia B. Edwards’s Travel Writing

pp. 43-71
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Representations of Private/Public Domains: The Feminine Ideal and Modernist Agendas in Egyptian Film, Mid-1950s–1980s

pp. 72-109
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Requiem for a Rosewood Marimba, and: Topographies, and: Poem Colored with Henna

pp. 110-114
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Positioning Women’s Rights within Asylum Policy: A Feminist Analysis of Political Persecution

pp. 115-142
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The Photographer’s Wife

pp. 143-149
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The Photographer’s Wife: Seeing and Staging

pp. 150-151
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Gertie and the Visitors

pp. 152-164
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The Night Café

p. 165
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What’s Political about the New Feminisms?

pp. 166-198
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Contributors

pp. 199-201
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