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Diasporic subjects and identity negotiations - Women in and from asia
Huang, S.; Teo, P.; Yeoh, B.S.A.
Agency in philippine women's labour migration and provisional diaspora
''Home'' and ''away'' - Foreign domestic workers and negotiations of diasporic identity in singapore
Yeoh, B.S.A.; Huang, S.
Between two shores - Transnational projects and filipina wives in/from japan
The fall of ''the other half of the sky''? chinese immigrant women in the new york area
Crossing boundaries - Racialised gendering and the labour market experiences of pakistani migrant women in britain
Evans, S.L.; Bowlby, S.
Negotiating diasporic identities - Young british south asian muslim women
A javanese diaspora? gender and identity politics in indonesia's transmigration resettlement program
Diasporic subjects - Gender and mobility in south sulawesi
Colette, Beauvoir and Duras: Age and Women Writers, - by Bethany Ladimer, 224 pages. Gainesville, Florida, University of Florida Press, 1999.
The Idea of Prostitution, - by Sheila Jeffreys, 300 pages. Mebourne, Australia, Spinifex Press, 1997, UK £12.95 paper
Prostitution: Prevention and Reform in England, 1860-1914, - by Paula Bartley, 224 pages. London, Routledge, 2000, UK £15.99 paper.
Women's Voices in a Man's World, - by Lidwien Kapteijns and Maryan Omar Ali, 224 pages. Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Heinemann, 1999.
Rights of Women: A Guide to the Most Important United Nations Treaties on Women's Human Rights, - edited by Vicki J. Semler, Anne S. Walker, Leonora Wiener, Tina Johnson, and Jane Garland Katz, 148 pages. International Women's Tribune Centre, New York City, 1998. US $15.95 paper.
Just a Gaze-Female Clientele of Diet Clinics in Cairo: An Ethnomedical Study, - by Inman Farid Basyouny, 150 pages. Cairo Papers Office, Cairo, Egypt, 1998. US $10.00 paper.
The Caribbean State, Health Care and Women: Analysis of Barbados and Grenada During the 1979-1983 Period, - by Patricia Rodney. Africa World Press, Inc., Trenton, New Jersey and Asmara, Eritrea, 1998. $21.95 paper.
Fed Up: Women and Food in America, - by Catherine Manton, 184 pages. Westport, Connecticut, Bergin & Garvey, 1999. US $55.00 cloth.
Overcoming All Obstacles: The Women of the Academie Julian, - edited by Gabriel P. Weisberg and Jane R. Becker, 170 pages. The Dahesh Museum and Rutgers University Press, 1999, US $65.00 cloth, US $35.00 paper.
Modern Girls, Shining Stars, the Skies of Tokyo, - by Phyllis Birnbaum, 255 pages. New York, Columbia University Press, 1999. US $24.95 cloth.
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