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Vol 26 No 2 (2002): Special Issue: Gender, Globalization, and Development
Introduction to "Gender, Globalisation and Development"
Marilyn Porter, Alissa Trotz
"Because They Want Nice Things": Prostitution, Consumerism, and Culture in Thailand
Engendering Security and Development Discourse: Feminist Scholarship on Gender and Globalization in the Philippines
Research Note: Numerical Governance and Expertise: The FAO Before WID
Lynne Philips, Suzan Ilcan
Research Note: Post-Colonial Identity and Gender in the Arab World: The Case of the Hijab
Poem: Between Flights
Feature - Hot Potato: Imperial Wars or Benevolent Interventions? Reflections on "Global Feminism" Post September 11th
Transnational Pedagogy: Doing Political Work in Women's Studies - An Interview with Chandra Talpade Mohanty
Ena Dua, Alissa Trotz
Women's Studies In Focus
Women's Organizing: A Gateway to a New Approach for Women's Studies
"How to Get to Paradise": Latin American Migrant Women and Processes of Entry
R. Magaly San Martin, Lorena M. Gajardo
Article: Of "Passport Babies" and "Border Control": The Case of
Mavis Baker v. Minister of Citizenship and Immigration
Simone A. Browne
Article: Banking on Bananas, Crediting Crafts: Financing Women's Work in the Philippine Cordillera
B. Lynne Milgram
Research Note: Micro Financial Institutions as Agents of Improvement of Women's Economic Position in North Western Cameroon
Article: Narrowing the Gaps? Gender, Employment and Incomes on the Bonavista Peninsula, Newfoundland, 1951-1996
Peter R. Sinclair
Women in the Middle East and North Africa. Guity Nashat and Judith E. Tucker.
Ahmed Abdel Magied
High Tech and High Heels in the Global Economy: Women, Work and Pink Collar Identities in the Caribbean. Carla Freeman.
Women in Asia: Restoring Women to History. Barbara N. Ramusack and Sharon Sievers.
Feminist Locations: Global and Local, Theory and Practice. Marianne Dekoven (ed.).
Sketches of Labrador Life. Lydia Campbell.
Getting By in Hard Times. Gendered Labour at Home and on the Job. Meg Luxton and June Corman.
Reading Birth and Death: A History of Obstetric Thinking. Jo Murphy-Lawless. Common Science? Women, Science, and Knowledge. Jean Barr and Lynda Birke.
The Trouble With Normal: Postwar Youth and the Making of Heterosexual. Mary Louise Adams; No Car, No Radio, No Liquor Permit: The Moral Regulation of Single Mothers in Ontario, 1920-97. M. Little.
Letter to the Editors
Contributors to 26.2
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