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|ISBN:||9780814760963 0814760961 9780814770337 0814770339|
|Description:||x, 246 pages ; 24 cm|
U.S. state practices and the rhetoric of human rights --
Transnational economies of representation and the labor of the traveling subaltern --
Regimes of visibility and transnational feminist knowledge --
Institutional practice and the field of women's studies --
Race, transnational feminism, and paradigms of difference --
Afterword : the moment of transnational feminism in the United States.
"Through this collection's five loosely connected essays...full of provocative arguments, Fernandes offers a cautionary analysis of the trajectory of 'transnational feminism' in women's studies in