‘Provides a rich perspective on the lived experiences and agencies of women. A highly creative endeavour that will be valuable to activists and academics.’
Leela Fernandes, author of Transnational Feminism in the United States
‘A diverse and exciting tapestry of themes and authors.’
Lourdes Beneria, Cornell University (Emerita)
‘A candid and hard-hitting agenda for feminist scholarship and activism in the South in the twenty-first century.’
Patricia Mohammed, University of the West Indies
‘The women, culture and development approach that the authors embrace is more prescient and necessary than ever.’
Amrita Basu, Amherst College
'Readable and well written ... especially valuable in the classroom.'
'[A] valuable and often challenging volume, a winding river that yields nuggets of gold.'
Gender and Development