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Title Just advocacy? : women's human rights, transnational feminisms, and the politics of representation / edited by Wendy S. Hesford, Wendy Kozol.
Imprint New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, c2005.

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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  HQ1236 .J87 2005    AVAILABLE  
Subject Women's rights.
Human rights.
Feminism.
Women -- Social conditions.
Alt Name Hesford, Wendy S.
Kozol, Wendy, 1958-
Description xi, 301 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction / Wendy S. Hesford, Wendy Kozol -- Claiming Afghan women : the challenge of human rights discourse for transnational feminism / Amy Farrell, Patrice McDermott -- The boundaries of terror : feminism, human rights, and the politics of global crisis / Leela Fernandes -- The campaign for fair trials abroad : long-distance nationalism and post-imperial anxiety / Susan Koshy -- Autobiography's wounds / Leigh Gilmore -- Belated narrating : "grandmothers" telling stories of forced sexual servitude during World War II / Sidonie Smith -- Kairos and the geopolitical rhetorics of global sex work and video advocacy / Wendy S. Hesford -- Misrepresentations of missing women in the U.S. press : the rhetorical uses of disgust, pity, and compassion / Arabella Lyon -- Intensifications : representing gender and sexuality at the UN General Assembly special session on HIV/AIDS / Meredith Raimondo -- Human rights, feminism, and transnational labor solidarity / Mary Margaret Fonow -- Feminist strategic rethinking of human rights discourses in education / Jill Blackmore -- Piercing the veil / Madhavi Sunder.
Note View table of contents on the Internet via the World Wide Web.
ISBN 0813535883 (hardcover : alk. paper)
0813535891 (pbk. : alk. paper)
OCLC # 56517431
Table of Contents
 Foreword / Inderpal Grewal 
 Introduction / Wendy S. Hesford, Wendy Kozol1
Pt. 1Human rights, trans/nationalisms, and cultures of security 
1Claiming Afghan women : the challenge of human rights discourse for transnational feminism / Amy Farrell, Patrice McDermott33
2The boundaries of terror : feminism, human rights, and the politics of global crisis / Leela Fernandes56
3The campaign for fair trials abroad : long-distance nationalism and post-imperial anxiety / Susan Koshy75
Pt. 2Human rights and the evidence of experience 
4Autobiography's wounds / Leigh Gilmore99
5Belated narrating : "grandmothers" telling stories of forced sexual servitude during World War II / Sidonie Smith120
6Kairos and the geopolitical rhetorics of global sex work and video advocacy / Wendy S. Hesford146
7Misrepresentations of missing women in the U.S. press : the rhetorical uses of disgust, pity, and compassion / Arabella Lyon173
Pt. 3Correspondences : activist and "official" networks 
8Intensifications : representing gender and sexuality at the UN general assembly special session on HIV/AIDS / Meredith Raimondo195
9Human rights, feminism, and transnational labor solidarity / Mary Margaret Fonow221
10Feminist strategic rethinking of human rights discourses in education / Jill Blackmore243
11Piercing the veil / Madhavi Sunder266