restricted access   Volume 16, Number 1, 2017

Table of Contents

Editor's Introduction

pp. V-IX

Essay

The Vise of Geometry: Distorting Intersectionality at the Scene of Argument

pp. 1-36

Poetry

Blue Soliloquy vs. Xenophobia

pp. 37-38

Memoir

Despite Your Tiger Mother, or Your Other Racial Half Will Not Save You from What the World Thinks of Your Blackness

pp. 39-48

Poetry

Tituba Speaks

p. 49

Essay

Naming, Claiming, and Framing Marie Chauvet

pp. 50-76

Poetry

Quarantined

pp. 77-78

Essay

Sex Wars and the Contemporary French Moral Panic: The Productivity and Pitfalls of Feminist Conflicts

pp. 79-111

Poetry

Marina Tsvetaeva's Letter to Stalin

pp. 112-113

Essay

Race and Women of Color in Socialist/Postsocialist Transnational Feminisms in Central and Southeastern Europe

pp. 114-141

Poetry

Three Lilacs, and: Instead of Lilacs:

pp. 142-143

Media Matters

Questing to Understand the Other without "Othering": An Exploration of the Unique Qualities and Properties of Science Fiction as a Means for Exploring and Improving Social Inequity

pp. 144-156

In the Trenches

How to Write about Hawai'i: A Guide to the Handling of Indigenous Characters, Inspired by Binyavanga Wainaina's "How to Write About Africa"

pp. 157-160

Poetry

Luv That Kitchen!

pp. 161-162

Essay

Are We All Feminists?: The Global Black Hair Industry and Marketplace in Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's Americanah

pp. 163-183

Counterpoint

Profoundly Decolonizing?: Reflections on a Transfeminist Perspective of International Relations

pp. 184-213

In the Archives

Editor's Introduction

pp. 214-218