1. Reclaiming Third World Feminism: or Why Transnational Feminism Needs Third World Feminism
  2. Ranjoo Seodu Herr
  3. pp. 1-30
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  1. The Birth
  2. Itoro Udofia
  3. pp. 31-35
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  1. Authority, History, and Everyday Mysticism in the Poetry of Lucille Clifton: A Womanist View
  2. Rachel Elizabeth Harding
  3. pp. 36-57
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  1. In Her Own Image: Literary and Visual Representations of Girlhood in Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye and Jamaica Kincaid’s Annie John
  2. Sam Vásquez
  3. pp. 58-87
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  1. Where Author and Auteur Meet: Genre, the Erotic, and Black Female Subjectivity
  2. Ayesha K. Hardison
  3. pp. 88-120
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  1. There’s Something about Mary: Female Wisdom and the Folk Presence in Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man
  2. Shanna Greene Benjamin
  3. pp. 121-148
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  1. Building the Neo-Archive: Dionne Brand’s A Map to the Door of No Return
  2. Erica L. Johnson
  3. pp. 149-171
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  1. Trafficking Sex: Politics, Policy, Personhood
  2. pp. 172-200
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  1. Telling Stories of Trafficking: The Politics of Legibility
  2. Julietta Hua
  3. pp. 201-207
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  1. An Intersectional Analysis of Sex Trafficking Films
  2. Carrie N. Baker
  3. pp. 208-226
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  1. Human Trafficking and Sex Work: Foundational Social-Work Principles
  2. Crystal DeBoise
  3. pp. 227-233
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  1. Editor’s Introduction
  2. Paula J. Giddings
  3. pp. v-vii
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  1. About the Contributors
  2. pp. 234-235
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