1. Gender/Class Intersections and African Women’s Rights
  2. Carole Boyce Davies
  3. pp. 1-25
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  1. The Crucible of Witnessing: Projects of Identity in Carrie Mae Weems’s From Here I Saw What Happened and I Cried
  2. Claire Raymond
  3. pp. 26-52
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  1. “I’m So Proud to Be Your Queen”: Alison Hinds and Queenliness as a Diasporic Resource
  2. Lia T. Bascomb
  3. pp. 78-102
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  1. The Dirty Body that Cleans: Representations of Domestic Workers in Brazilian Common Sense
  2. Patricia de Santana Pinho
  3. pp. 103-128
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  1. Glorientalization: Specters of Asia and Feminized Cyborg Workers in the US–Mexico Borderlands
  2. Long Thanh Bui
  3. pp. 129-156
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  1. Magic Tricks: The Politics of Memory, State, and Tribe in Lahaul, India
  2. Himika Bhattacharya
  3. pp. 157-185
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  1. Werewere Liking’s Village Ki-Yi: Dissidence and Creativity in Abidjan
  2. Cheryl Toman
  3. pp. 186-203
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  1. Black Feminism on Capitol Hill: Shirley Chisholm and Movement Politics, 1968–1984
  2. Anastasia Curwood
  3. pp. 204-232
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  1. Editor’s Introduction
  2. Paula J. Giddings
  3. pp. v-vii
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