SPECIAL ISSUE : BLACK FEMINISMS IN FRENCH (POST)IMPERIAL CONTEXTS
Vol. 35, no. 3
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Jennifer J. Davis and Sandie Holguín, Beyond Translation
Guest Editors’ Note
Jennifer Anne Boittin and Jacqueline Couti, Debout & Déter / Standing Up & Determined: Black Women on the Move, Black Feminisms in French (Post)Imperial Contexts
Sarah J. Zimmerman, The Gendered Consequences of Abolition and Citizenship on Nineteenth-Century Gorée Island
Elizabeth Jacob, “The Ministry of Women’s Affairs will not be Feminist”: Jeanne Gervais and Gender Complementarity in Côte d’Ivoire
Charlotte Grabli, Elegant Incursions: Fashion, Music, and Gender Dissidence in 1950s Brazzaville and Kinshasa
Roundtable on Women’s Traversing Paths: Forms of Political Engagement and Production of Knowledge, Jocelyne Béroard, Jacqueline Couti, Bintou Dembélé, Joëlle Kapompele, Rose Ndengue, Fania Noël (S. C. Kaplan, translator)
Book Review Essays
Virtues, Violence, and Passion of the Puritans: Elizabeth Bouldin
- Monica D. Fitzgerald. Puritans Behaving Badly: Gender, Punishment, and Religion in Early America.
- Emily C. K. Romeo. The Virtuous and Violent Women of Seventeenth-Century Massachusetts.
- Marilyn J. Westerkamp. The Passion of Anne Hutchinson: An Extraordinary Woman, the Puritan Patriarchs, and the World They Made and Lost.
Slavery’s Handmaidens: Gender, Sex, and Reproduction in the Black Atlantic: Kathleen M. Brown
- Sophie White. Voices of the Enslaved: Love, Labor, and Longing in French Louisiana.
- Ashley M. Williard. Engendering Islands: Sexuality, Reproduction, and Violence in the Early French Caribbean.
- Jennifer L. Morgan. Reckoning with Slavery: Gender, Kinship, and Capitalism in the Early Black Atlantic.