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Feminist Review was previously published as Feminist Review.

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

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Volume 77, Number 1, 2004

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an introduction to the issue from the Feminist Review Collective
pp. 1-3(3)
Authors: Puwar, Nirmal; Crowley, Helen

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an introduction from the Guest Editors
pp. 4-6(3)
Authors: Kofman, Eleonore; Raghuram, Parvati

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Florence Nightingale and the Irish uncanny
pp. 26-45(20)
Author: Nagai, Kaori

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an ethnography of global labour migration
pp. 129-136(8)
Author: Pai, Hsiao-Hung

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adrift through the circuits of feminized precarious work
pp. 157-161(5)
Author: deriva, Precarias a la

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traded bodies
pp. 162-166(5)
Author: Carrington, Sarah

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women migrants' rights under international human rights law
pp. 167-171(5)
Author: Satterthwaite, Margaret

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social discourses on Filipino women migrants
pp. 180-182(3)
Author: Ogaya, Chiho

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gender and labour migration to the Gulf countries
pp. 183-185(3)
Author: Shah, Nasra M

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MILK 2002–2003 communication project
pp. 186-189(4)
Author: Leko, Kristina

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Meta Krese, photographs of appearance and reality
pp. 190-191(2)
Author: Skusek, Zoja

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from east to west: a dialogue of labour, shelter & migration
pp. 192-199(8)
Author: Qureshi, Jamila

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Servants of Globalization: Women, Migration, and Domestic Work.
pp. 203-206(4)
Author: Ada Cheng, Shu-Ju

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