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Autumn 2000
     
vii Forward Ruth Simmons
ix Introduction Smith-Wesleyan Editorial Group
xvi Tribute to Barbara Christian Anne DuCille
     
COUNTERPOINTS  
I Ama Ata Aidoo, Edna Acosta-Belén, Amrita Basu, Maryse Condé, Nell Painter, and Nawal Saadawi speak on feminism, race adn transnationalism
     
ESSAYS  
29 Translating the Global: Effects of Transnational Organizing on Local Feminist Discourses and Practices in Latin America Sonia E. Alvarez
68 Globalization of the Local/Localization of the Global: Mapping Transnational Women’s Movements Amrita Basu
   
IN THE TRENCHES  
85 Notes from the (non)Field: Teaching and Theorizing Women of Color Rachel Lee
     
CULTUREWORKS  
110 Poems by Miyoko Sugano, Kathy Kanoelani Ikeda, Muriel M. Ah Sing Hughes, Tamara Wong-Morrison, Juliet S. Kono and Cathy Song. With a note on Hawai'i's local literature by Miyoko Sugano
     
ESSAYS  
128 Hair Race-ing: Dominican Beauty Culture and Identity Production Ginetta Candelario
157 Mixedblood Mediation and Territorial Re-Inscription in Ceremony Marilyn Miller
     
MEMOIRS  
179 ‘‘The Shock of Sensation’’: On Reading The Waves as a Girl in India and as a Woman in AmericaMemoirs Meena Alexander
     
MEDIA MATTERS  
187 Organic Hybridity or Commodifcation of Hybridity? Comments on Mississippi Masala Kum-Kum Bhavnani
     
IN THE ARCHIVES  
204 On Constance Baker Motley Kathleen Banks Nutter

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