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Spring 2004
Cover: Post-partum Blues Mariangles Soto-Diaz
V Globalizing Home : Editor's Introduction Myriam Chancy
CRITICAL ESSAYS:  
1 Domesticating NATO's War in Kosovo/a: (In)Visible Bodies and the Dilemna of Photojournalism [abstract] Wendy Kozol
173 Racial House, Big House, Home: Contemporary Abolitionism in Toni Morrison's Paradise [abstract] Megan Sweeney
239 "I Cannot Find Her": The Oriental Feminine, Racial Melancholia, and Kimiko Hahn's The Unbearable Heart [abstract] Juliana Chang
COUNTERPOINTS  
68 Art Essay:Post-partum Blues I & II , Consanguinidad Virtual / Virtual Consanguinity
Mariangeles Soto-Diaz
SPECIAL SECTION: International Feminism, Human Rights and the Women's Studies Curriculum: A Conference at the Nexus of Pedagogy and Activism, ed. Laura H. Roskos and Andrea L. Humphrey  
87 Introduction:
Conference-Making
Andrea L. Humphrey
93 Challenges of Feminist Citizenship: An Interview with Anannya Bhattacharjee Laura Roskos
102 Effective Organizing in Terrible Times: The Strategic Value of Human Rights for Transnational Anti-Racist Feminists Barbara Schulman
108 Legislative Tactics in a Movement Strategy: The Economic Human Rights-Pennsylvania Campaign Mary Bricker-Jenkins
113 Redefining the Terms: Putting South African Women on Democracy's Agenda Leslie Hill
120 Beyond the Politics of Inclusion: Violence Against Women of Color and Human Rights Andrea Smith
124 Reflections of a Human Rights Educator Dazon Dixon Diallo
129 From Center to the Margins: The Radicalization of Human Rights in the United States Laura Roskos
168 Cosmopolitan Cartographies: Art in a Divided World [abstract] Ranu Samantrai
CULTUREWORKS  
39 Poetry: "Watching a Friend Dance in Bill T. Jones' You Walk"
Mendi Lewis Obadike
80 Fiction: "Bloodlines": Conversations with my Mother [abstract] Vanara Taing
195 Poetry: Algun lugar en ruinas
"Periodizacion/Chronology," "Objetos/Objects," "Credulidades/Credulity"
Mirta Yanez
translated by Sonia Feigenbaum
236 Poetry: "on the wings of morning," "holding back" Eunice Heath Tate
261 Poetry: "The Telling of Tales," "Anti-Manifesto" Frances Kim Russell
IN THE TRENCHES  
137 The "War on Terror" and Withdrawing American Charity: Some Consequences for Poor Muslim Women in Kolkata, India [abstract] Suchitra Samanta
FROM THE ARCHIVES  
205 "Artistic Expression Was Flowing Everywhere": Alison Mills and Ntozake Shange, Black Bohemian Feminists in the 1970s Harryette Mullen

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