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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Anne Sisson Runyan
|Awards:||Commended for AAG Geographic Perspectives on Women (AAG Specialty and Affinity Group) Book Event Honours 2013|
|Description:||1 online resource.|
|Contents:||Contents: Introduction, Anne Sisson Runyan, Amy Lind, Patricia McDermott and Marianne H. Marchand; Part I Fortressing Writs/Exclusionary Rights: Codifying Fortress North America: relative sovereignties and gendered and racialized restructuring under NAFTA, Caroline Hodes; (Im)mobilizing unskilled migrant labor post-NAFTA: racialized and gendered legal barriers to the human rights of migrant Mexicans in Canada and the US, Patricia McDermott and Olga Sanmiguel-Valderrama; Falling through the cracks: superfluous women at the fault lines of citizenship, sovereignty, and human rights, Emma R. Norman. Part II Mobile Bodies/Immobile Citizenships: Neoliberalizing (re)production: women, migration and family planning in the peripheries of the state, Anna Ochoa O'Leary and Gloria Ciria Valdez-Gardea; Engendering violence in de/hyper-nationalized spaces: border militarization, state territorialization, and embodied politics at the US-Mexico border, Amy Lind and Jill Williams; Securing the state: the relationship between anti-sex trafficking legislation and organizing and the fortressing of North America, Marjan E. Kamrani and Federica Gentile; The state, the Catholic Church, and LGBT rights in North America, Alfonso GA^3mez Rossi. Part III Bordered/Borderland Identities: Governing queer intimacies at the US-Canada 'border', Melissa Autumn White; Trastorno transfronterizo/border breakdown: reflections on translation and feminist solidarity, Emily Rosser and MA^3nica Trujillo-LA^3pez; (In)visible subjects: thinking about transnational feminism in Fortress North America through film, Anne Sisson Runyan; References; Index.|
|Series Title:||Gender in a global/local world|
|Responsibility:||by Anne Sisson Runyan [and others].|
Prize: Honored at the Geographic Perspectives on Women Book Event at the 2013 AAG 'Most accounts of North American integration still tend to focus heavily on economics and trade, and overlook gender
- Feminism -- North America.
- Women's rights -- North America.
- Women immigrants -- North America.
- North America -- Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects.
- SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Feminism & Feminist Theory.
- Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects.
- Women immigrants.
- Women's rights.
- North America.