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Volume 11, Number 2, 2013

Table of Contents

Meridians Introduction, 11.2: Nationalism and Its Discontents

pp. v-viii

Practicing Love: Black Feminism, Love-Politics, and Post-Intersectionality

pp. 1-24


pp. 25-26

Four Sisters and the Dance

pp. 27-28

Jhumpa Lahiri’s Feminist Cosmopolitics and the Transnational Beauty Assemblage

pp. 29-59

Mitochondrial Eve 12.16

p. 60

The Love Song of Alice Clifton

p. 61

Gender, Religious Agency, and the Subject of Al-Huda International

pp. 62-86

Solidarity across Borders: An Interview with Artist Andrea Arroyo

pp. 91-111

Hey Joe

pp. 112-113

Vendidas y Devueltas: Queer Times and Color Lines in Chicana/o Performance

pp. 114-146

Lusts and Gaines

pp. 147-148

Covert Wars in the Bedroom and Nation: Motherwork, Transnationalism, and Domestic Violence in Black Widow’s Wardrobe and Mother Tongue

pp. 149-171


pp. 172-173

Gendered Casualties: Memoirs in Activism and the Problem of Representing Violence

pp. 174-204

The Caretaker

p. 205

Black Wings against the Blue Sky

pp. 206-210

I’m Supposed to be the First

p. 211

Sara Baartman and the “Inclusive Exclusions” of Neoliberalism

pp. 212-237

The Researcher Discovers Anarcha, Betsey, Lucy

pp. 238-239

Indigenous to No Land

p. 240

[If I am of rib marrow, boil me thin]

p. 241

On the Politics of Citation

p. 242

About the Contributors

pp. 243-245

Research Areas


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