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Volume 35, Issue 2, Summer 2023 


Table of Contents


  • Editorial Introduction: Transnational Feminist Movement(s), Solidarities, and Analyses, Patti Duncan
  • Socio-Legal Empowerment for Working Women in Bangladesh, Fauzia Erfan Ahmed, Jyotsana Parajuli, Anna Lucia Feldman
  • Forms of Solidarity and the Self: A Postcolonial Reading of Yuli Riswati's Hong Kong Writing, Kai Hang Cheang
  • Labor Precarity of Chinese Feminist and LGBT NGO Activism–A Social Reproduction Perspective, Stephanie Yingyi Wang
  • Decolonial Reproductive Justice: Analyzing Reproductive Oppression in India, Sanjula Rajat, Margaret A. McLaren
  • The Albany Birth Justice Storytelling Project: Integrating Feminist Pedagogy into Research Design, Rajani Bhatia, Sarah Valdez, Chloe Blaise, Ola Kalu, Jessica Ramsawak
  • "It Came, Over and Over, Down to This: What Made Someone a Mother?": A Reproductive Justice Analysis of Little Fires Everywhere, Kimberly D. McKee, Shannon Gibney
  • Organic Transitioning and Queer Topophilia in Paul Takes the Form of a Mortal Girl, Cynthia Belmont
  • When Modesty Meets Aesthetic Labor: Islamic Modesty as Antithetical to Muslimah Social Media Influencers' Aesthetic Labor, Inaash Islam
  • Reluctant Belong: Tudung (Headscarf), Communalism, and Muslim Politics in Urban Malaysia, Azza Basarudin
  • Mamá Osa in the Mountains: African Ascendientes' Embodiments of Fugitivity and Freedom in the Americas, Mildred Boveda


  • "Because daughter is also mother", Janice Lee

Books Reviews

  • Worlding Postcolonial Sexualities: Publics, Counter Publics, Human Rights by Kanika Batra, Asha Jeffers
  • Inherited Silence: Listening to the Land, Healing the Colonizer Mind by Louise Dunlap, Gwyn Kirk
  • Shimmering Images: Trans Cinema, Embodiment, and the Aesthetics of Change by Eliza Steinbock, Eli Anderson


  • What My Abuelas Taught Me About This Moment, Carina M. Buzo Tipton