Volume 38, Numbers 1 & 2, Spring/Summer 2010

Table of Contents

Editors’ Note

pp. 9-11
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Introduction: Citizenship

pp. 13-24
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Part I. Migrations

Documenting Three Gorges Migrants: Gendered Voices of (Dis)placement and Citizenship in Rediscovering the Yangtze River and Bingai

pp. 27-47
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Morning Cloud, Evening Rain

pp. 48-56
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Bare Life, Interstices, and the Third Space of Citizenship

pp. 57-81
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It May Be the Chance of Your Life

pp. 82-88
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Transnational Subcontracting, Indian IT Workers, and the U.S. Visa System

pp. 89-110
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Part II. Interventions

From Palm Beach Florida

pp. 113-114
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Motivated by Change: Political Activism of Young Women in the 2008 Presidential Campaign

pp. 115-129
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Green Card Meal

pp. 130-131
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Sexual Citizenship and the Pursuit of Relationship-Recognition Policies in Australia and the United States

pp. 132-156
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To Citizens Who Banned Same-Sex Marriage

p. 157
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Part III. Violations

Constructing an Imperfect Citizen-Subject: Globalization, National “Security,” and Violence Against South Asian Women

pp. 161-177
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Cargo Culture: Literature in an Age of Mass Displacement

pp. 178-193
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La Operación

pp. 194-197
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Part IV. Alienations

Illegal Birth and the Dilemma of Color, Culture, and Citizenship in Malaysia

pp. 201-217
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menu

pp. 218-220
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Reimagining Citizenship through Bilingualism: The Migrant Bilingual Child in Helena María Viramontes’ Under the Feet of Jesus

pp. 221-242
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Having Been an Accomplice: A Letter

p. 243
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A Citizen Queen

pp. 244-247
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Part V. On Vulnerability

Liberty, Equality, Fraternity, and . . . Vulnerability

pp. 251-268
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Part VI. Citizenship for the 21st Century

A Conversation with Seyla Benhabib and Judith Resnik

pp. 271-286
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Part VII. Classic Revisited
Ruth Lister's Citizenship: Feminist Perspectives (Second Edition)

Feminist Citizenship: Activating Politics and Theory

pp. 289-294
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Ruth Lister: Citizenship in Theory and in Practice

pp. 295-301
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The “Private” Politics in Caregiving: Reflections on Ruth Lister’s Citizenship: Feminist Perspectives

pp. 302-311
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Personal Response to Citizenship: Feminist Perspectives

pp. 312-317
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Response

pp. 318-323
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Part VIII. Reviews

Citizenship and the Immigrant Body

pp. 327-334
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Citizenship and the Nation-State

pp. 335-349
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Citizenship and Human Rights

pp. 350-356
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