Volume 2, Issue 1 (2005) Women in the Global EnvironmentWomen in a Global Environment, edited by anthropologist and linguist Kassim Kone, explore several themes: transnational politics of location; education and digital divide; women’s health in the context of the feminization of poverty; and women’s rights and environmental justice.
Can Women's Voices be recovered from the Past? Grappling with the Absence of Women Voices in Pre-Colonial History of Zimbabwe
Sabelo J. Ndlovu-Gatsheni
Transnational Health Promotion: Social well-being across borders and immigrant women's subjectivities.
Denise Gastaldo, Amoaba Gooden, and Notisha Massaquoi
Unsettling Experiences: Transnational Dialogues of Necessity in Journal, Nationalité: immigré(e) and Paletitas de guayaba
Getting Connected? The politics of mobilizing a transnational feminist response to the war on terror
Women in A Global Environment
Review: The Power of Women's Informal Networks
Rosa De Jorio
Review: The Global Political Economy of Sex