Gender and Global Politics in the Asia Pacific

Bina D'Costa
Katrina Lee-Koo

Each chapter argues that uncovering knowledge in ways that render visible gender inequity is the primary purpose of feminist research. Each chapter demonstrates that the process of critically engaging alternative methods of re-examining existing knowledge is a worthy pursuit, and each chapter illustrates a commitment to a feminist ethic. In short, the contributions to this collection demonstrate the value of feminist frames for critiquing and developing knowledge regarding the nature, boundaries, and possibilities of global politics. While the contributions reflect a variety of styles, a diversity of scope, and a myriad of topics, the primary goal of this collection is to contribute to forging feminist futures in the Asia-Pacific.

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March 21, 2021
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