Half Title Page.
Notes on the Editors and Contributors.
1: Epistemology and Marginality.
2: Feminist Epistemology and the Politics of Knowledge: Questions of Marginality.
3: Natural Others? on Nature, Culture and Knowledge.
4: Feminist Auto/biography.
5: Power in Feminist Research Processes.
6: Women's ‘Lived Experience': Feminism and Phenomenology from Simone De Beauvoir to the Present.
7: What Do Women Want? Feminist Epistemology and Psychoanalytic Theory.
8: Entangled Subjects: Feminism, Religion and the Obligation to Alterity.
9: Religion, Feminist Theory and Epistemology.
10: Literary, Visual and Cultural Representation.
11: What Stories Make Worlds, What Worlds Make Stories: Margaret Atwood's Oryx and Crake.
12: On Maternal Listening: Experiments in Sound and the Mother–daughter Relation in Todd Haynes' Mildred Pierce.
13: The Space of a Movement: Life-Writing against Racism.
14: Making Memory Work for Feminist Theory.
15: Feminism and Pornography.
16: Representing Women in Popular Culture.
17: ‘It's All about Shopping’: The Role of Consumption in the Feminization of Journalism.
19: (It's Not All) Kylie Concerts, Exotic Cocktails and Gossip: The Appearance of Sexuality through ‘gay’ Asylum in the UK.
20: Globalization and Feminism: Changing Taxonomies of Sex, Gender and Sexuality.
21: Thinking Sex Materially: Marxist, Socialist, and Related Feminist Approaches.
22: Transnational Black Feminisms, Womanisms and Queer of Color Critiques.
23: States’ Sexualities: Theorizing Sexuality, Gender and Governance.
24: The Figure of the Trafficked Victim: Gender, Rights and Representation.
25: Sexuality, Subjectivity … and Political Economy?.
27: ‘Homo Economicus’ and ‘his’ Impact on Gendered Societies.
28: Integrating Gender in Economic Analysis.
29: Essentially Quantified? Towards a More Feminist Modeling Strategy.
30: Feminist Perspectives on Care: Theory, Practice and Policy.
31: Power, Privilege and Precarity: The Gendered Dynamics of Contemporary Inequality.
32: Feminist Perspectives on Macroeconomics: Reconfiguration of Power Structures and Erosion of Gender Equality through the New Economic Governance Regime in the European Union.
33: Gender, Class and Location in the Global Economy.
34: Social Protection.
35: War, Violence and Militarization.
36: Female Combatants, Feminism, and Just War.
37: Soldiering On: Pushing Militarized Masculinities into New Territory.
38: Gender, Genocide and Gendercide.
39: Understanding Sexual Violence in Conflict and Post-Conflict Settings.
40: (En)gendered Terror: Feminist Approaches to Political Violence.