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Title The gender of globalization : women navigating cultural and economic marginalities / edited by Nandini Gunewardena and Ann Kingsolver.
Imprint Santa Fe, N.M. : School for Advanced Research Press, 2007.
Edition First edition.

Series School for Advanced Research advanced seminar series
School for Advanced Research advanced seminar series.
Subject Poor women -- Cross-cultural studies.
Globalization -- Social aspects -- Cross-cultural studies.
Globalization -- Economic aspects -- Cross-cultural studies.
Culture and globalization -- Cross-cultural studies.
Marginality, Social -- Cross-cultural studies.
Alt Name Gunewardena, Nandini.
Kingsolver, Ann E., 1960-
Description xv, 356 pages ; 23 cm.
Edition First edition.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 301-344) and index.
Contents Feminist methodology as a tool for ethnographic inquiry on globalization / Faye V. Harrison -- Disrupting subordination and negotiating belonging : women workers in the transnational production sites of Sri Lanka / Nandini Gunewardena -- Making hay while the sun shines : Ghanaian female traders and their insertion into the global economy / Akosua K. Darkwah -- Clothing difference : commodities and consumption in Southeastern Liberia / Mary H. Moran -- Progressive women, traditional men : globalization, migration, and equality in the northern periphery of the European Union / Ulrika Dahl -- Neoliberal policy as structural violence : its links to domestic violence in black communities in the United States / William L. Conwill -- Gendered bodily scars of neoliberal globalization in Argentina / Barbara Sutton -- Geographies of race and class : the place and placelessness of migrant Filipina domestic workers / Rhacel Salazar ParreƱas -- Sticking to the union : anthropologists and "union maids" in San Francisco / Sandy Smith-Nonini -- "The Caribbean is on sale" : globalization and women tourist workers in Jamaica / A. Lynn Bolles -- In the fields of free trade : gender and plurinational en/countering of neoliberal agricultural policies / Ann Kingsolver -- Globalization, "swadeshi", and women's movements in Orissa, India / Annapurna Pandey -- Complex negotiations : gender, capitalism, and relations of power / Mary Anglin and Louise Lamphere -- Navigating paradoxical globalizations / Ann Kingsolver -- Reconstituting marginality : gendered repression and women's resistance / Nandini Gunewardena.
ISBN 9781930618916 (pa : alk. paper)
1930618913 (pa : alk. paper)
OCLC # 162502023
Table of Contents
 List of Figures 
 Foreword: Reflections on the Production of Differentiation / Karen Brodkin 
1Introduction / Nandini Gunewardena, Ann Kingsolver8
2Feminist Methodology as a Tool for Ethnographic Inquiry on Globalization / Faye V. Harrison23
Pt. IProducing Threads, Consuming Garb: Women Traversing Global Clothing Markets 
3Disrupting Subordination and Negotiating Belonging: Women Workers in the Transnational Production Sites of Sri Lanka / Nandini Gunewardena35
4Making Hay while the Sun Shines: Ghanaian Female Traders and Their Insertion into the Global Economy / Akosua K. Darkwah61
5Clothing Difference: Commodities and Consumption in Southeastern Liberia / Mary H. Moran85
Pt. IIRacialized Policies, Scarred Bodies: Women Transposing Neoliberal Violence 
6Progressive Women, Traditional Men: Globalization, Migration, and Equality in the Northern Periphery of the European Union / Ulrika Dahl105
7Neoliberal Policy as Structural Violence: Its Links to Domestic Violence in Black Communities in the United States / William L. Conwill127
8Gendered Bodily Scars of Neoliberal Globalization in Argentina / Barbara Sutton147
Pt. IIIServicing Leisure, Serving Class: Women Transgressing Global Circuits of Care 
9Geographies of Race and Class: The Place and Placelessness of Migrant Filipina Domestic Workers / Rhacel Salazar Parrenas171
10Sticking to the Union: Anthropologists and "Union Maids" in San Francisco / Sandy Smith-Nonini197
11"The Caribbean Is on Sale": Globalization and Women Tourist Workers in Jamaica / A. Lynn Bolles215
Pt. IVContesting Marginalities, Imagining Alternatives: Women Transforming Global Coalitions 
12In the Fields of Free Trade: Gender and Plurinational En/Countering of Neoliberal Agricultural Policies / Ann Kingsolver235
13Globalization, Swadeshi, and Women's Movements in Orissa, India / Annapurna Pandey257
Pt. VConcluding Essays 
14Complex Negotiations: Gender, Capitalism, and Relations of Power / Mary Anglin, Louise Lamphere279
15Navigating Paradoxical Globalizations / Awn Kingsolver287
16Reconstituting Marginality: Gendered Repression and Women's Resistance / Nandini Gunewardena293

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