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This series aims to create a greater awareness of the gendered nature of the economic, political, social, and cultural processes associated with globalization, in particular the increasing flow of capital, labor, and information across national boundaries. Books in the Gender and Globalization series will examine not only formal, state-based mechanisms such as law where injustices associated with globalization processes have been addressed, but also the informal, everyday means deployed by men and women to cope with, accommodate, redress, and resist the changed lifestyles and injustices associated with globalization.

Cover for the book: La Chulla Vida

La Chulla VidaGender, Migration, and the Family in Andean Ecuador and New York City



Cover for the book: Transforming Faith

Transforming FaithThe Story of Al-Huda and Islamic Revivalism among Urban Pakistani Women




Cover for the book: Modernizing Marriage

Modernizing MarriageFamily, Ideology, and Law in Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Egypt






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