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Autumn 2002
ix Editor's Farewell Kum-Kum Bhavnani
I Meridians Lecture: Are Women's Rights Universal? Re-Engaging the Local [abstract]

Radhika Coomaraswamy
19 Essay: The Grandmother's of the Plaza de Mayo and the Struggle against Impunity in Argentina [abstract]

Rita Arditti
42 Interview: Passion, Generosity, and the Academy: Meridians Interview with Ruth J. Simmons  
50 Poetry: "I don't do lunch"
Marjorie Agosín
54 Essay: Juana Alicia's Las Lechugueras/ The Women Lettuce Workers [abstract]
Dyan Mazurana
82 Cultureworks: She is Not Captured!
Farideh Farhi
89 Essay: Afghan Refugee Women's Experience of Conflict Disintegration [abstract]
Ayesha Khan
122 Poetry: "Ironing, Ironing"
Nellie Wong
125 Conference Report: Practicing Transgression: Radical Women of Color for the 21st Century [abstract]
Martha Arevalo Duffield and Karina Lissette Cespedes
133 Poetry: "Claudia Rankine"
Michelle Smith
134 Essay: Temporary Tattoos: Indo-Chic Fantasies and Late Capitalist Orientalism [abstract]
Sunaina Maira
161 Essay: Seeing Faces, Making Races: Challenging Visual Tropes of Racial Difference [abstract]


Terry Kawashima
191 Conference Commentary: South African and African American Women Journey to Freedom
Elise Young and Zengie Mangaliso
201 Spoken Word: When Ten Minus Two Equals Zero: An Interview with Sanda Lwin
Nina Ha
209 Poetry: "Snow"
Ruth Sanabria
211 Fiction: Hindsight


Christine Benvenuto
226 Essay: Looked Class, Talked Red: Sketches of Ruth First and Redlined Africa [abstract]
Barbara Harlow
252 Poetry: "Irony"
Catrióna Esquibel
253 Fiction: Pride Cometh Before a Fall
Rochelle Lynn Holt
265 In Conversation: Demanding the Right to Live without Violence: Reflections on the Color of Violence II [abstract] Sharmila Lodhia and Sylvanna Falcón
274 Poetry: Alien 2

Vaneeta Palecanda

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