Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific
Issue 33, December 2013

Grounding Travelling Concepts:
Dialogues with Sally Engle Merry about Gender and Justice

Guest editors: Hilary Charlesworth and Margaret Jolly

Intersections of Gender and Law in Asia and the Pacific
Margaret Jolly and Hilary Charlesworth


Exploring the Cultural Power of Land Law in Vanuatu: Law as a Performance that Creates Meaning and Identities
Siobhan McDonnell

How can the Theory of Legal Pluralism Assist the Traditional Knowledge Debate?
Miranda Forsyth

Vernacularising Political Participation: Strategies of Women Peace-builders in Solomon Islands
Rebecca Monson

'Raits blong mere?' Framing Human Rights and Gender Relations in Solomon Islands
Anna-Karina Hermkens

Gender Operationalised? Understanding the NGO Gender Response to Papua New Guinea's Cholera Crisis
Katherine Smith

Refracted 'Awareness': Gendered Interpretations of HIV and Violence Against Women Prevention in Papua New Guinea
Stephanie Lusby

'She Grows to be Just a Woman, Not a Leader': Gendered Citizenship and the 2007 General Election in Kenya
Christina Kenny

Is the Pen Mightier than the AK-47? Tracking Shan Women's Militancy Within and Beyond the Ongoing Internal Conflict in Burma
Jane M. Ferguson

From the Academy to the UN and Back Again: The Travelling Politics of Intersectionality
Kathryn Henne


The Travels of Gender and Law
Sally Engle Merry

Additional Paper

Pink Writing: P.R.C.-Based Publishing in English on Queer and Post-Queer Issues
Maud Lavin

Book Reviews
edited by Kumiko Kawashima, Tanya Caulfield, Tyrell Haberkorn
and Anna-Karina Hermkens

Lucetta Yip Lo Kam
Shanghai Lalas:
Female Tongzhi Communities and Politics in Urban China

reviewed by Maud Lavin

Ania Loomba and Ritty A. Lukose (editors)
South Asian Feminisms
reviewed by Shelly Pandey

Salla Sariola
Gender and Sexuality in India: Selling Sex in Chennai
reviewed by Tanya Caulfield

Patchanee Malikhao
Sex in the Village: Culture, Religion and HIV/AIDS in Thailand
reviewed by Felicity Aulino

Peg LeVine
Love and Dread in Cambodia: Weddings, Births, and Ritual Harm Under the Khmer Rouge
reviewed by Courtney Work


Books Received


Published with the support of Gender and Cultural Studies, School of Culture, History and Language, College of Asia and the Pacific, The Australian National University.
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