Facebook Twitter LinkedIn. Today we grapple with the recognition of commonality within the context of difference. This new collection of essays, poems, reminiscences, memoirs and stories takes stock of, and interrogates, the strides made by the movement if the range of politics conducted by women of colour in diverse fields can be termed one movement. It raises questions about why such a book is still needed to define and redefine parameters of being bodies of colour in a dominant culture that views difference with suspicion, hostility and intolerance.
But instead of reproducing binaries, this book offers directions for anyone interested in issues of global equity and local justice. Even as they play with notions of colour as concept, race and consciousness, these articles hold up for scrutiny notions of home, belonging and coalition politics. They take forward the task of "making face, making soul "that Anzaldua proposed in another anthology by feminists of colour in Henry M.
Ecofeminism and Globalization. Nancy Raquel Mirabal. The Center Must Not Hold. Barbara Applebaum. Caril Phang. Zuleika Arashiro. Pinay Power.
Melinda L. Fires on the Border. Rosemary Hennessy. The Intersectional Approach. Michele Tracy Berger. Renato Rosaldo.
Coming to Our Senses. Dierdra Reber.
Diasporic Women's Writing of the Black Atlantic. The Global South and Literature. Russell West-Pavlov. Feminist Practices.
Mary Hawkesworth. Glenn Hudak. Keeping Good Time. Avery Gordon. Mixing It Up. SanSan Kwan. Dear Paulo. Sonia Nieto. Silence, Feminism, Power. Betweener Autoethnographies. Marcelo Diversi. Alexandra Schultheis Moore. Chicana Without Apology. Eden E. Names We Call Home. Becky Thompson.
Public Acts. Ellie D. Women, Power, and Ethnicity. Patricia S. Situated Lives. Louise Lamphere.
Read Aloud. The decision to include these groups was criticized by some women of color who felt the original book's importance was diluted through the agreement, but enhances reading and study of the raised issues. Fires on the Border. Danielle rated it it was amazing Jan 07, If you have changed your email address then contact us and we will update your details.
National Healing. Claude Hurlbert. Women Making Meaning. Lana F.
Teaching What You're Not. Katherine Mayberry. Beyond the Global Culture War. Adam K. Feminist Dilemmas In Fieldwork. Diane L.
Lesbian Images in International Popular Culture. Sara E. Freedom's Plow. Jim Fraser. Practicing Critical Pedagogy. William Martin Reynolds. Transnational Narratives in Englishes of Exile. Catalina Florina Florescu. El Mundo Zurdo 4. Jackie Cuevas.
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