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Women's Studies Journal

Women's Studies Journal
2000 - 16:2

contents:

  • Embodying ambiguity: Somali refugee women and ethnic boundary 'maintenance'
    Louise Humpage
  • Mixed-sex rooming and being female: Delving into the complexities of identity and subjectivity
    Beverley Burrell
Book Reviews:
  • Poverty, social assistance and the employability of mothers: Restructuring welfare states, Maureen Baker and David Tippin. Reviewed by Jane Higgins.
  • A daughter of Isis: An autobiography of Nawal El Saadawi, Nawal El Saadawi. Reviewed by Nabila Jaber.
  • Childfree and sterilized: Women's decisions and medical responses, Annily Campbell. Reviewed by Jan Cameron.
  • Her side of the story: Readings of Mander, Mansefield and Hyde, Mary Paul. Reviewed by Livia Kathe Wittmann.
Poetry:
  • Poems by Johanne McComish
Review Article:
  • Double vision: Art histories and colonial histories in the Pacific, Nicholas Thomas and Diane Losche (eds). Reviewed by Lynne Star.
Bibliographical Index:
  • Women and the Law in New Zealand: Thirty Years of Scholarship
    Sandra Petersson

Cover Image by Rosa Gabriella Alice.