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Sexualities / edited by Nivedita Menon
Bib ID 4549454
Format BookBook
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Description New Delhi : Women Unlimited an associate of Kali for Women, c2007 
lx, 333 p. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 9788188965304
8188965308
Series

Issues in contemporary Indian feminism

Issues in contemporary Indian feminism

Summary

Contributed articles with special reference to India which have been previously published in various journals, pamphlets, speeches and books.

Full contents
  • Machine derived contents note: I. Counter-hegemonies 1
  • Outing Heteronormativity:
  • Nation, Citizen, Feminist Disruptions
  • NIVEDITA MENON 3
  • Queer Struggles Around The Law:
  • The Contemporary Context
  • ARVIND NARRAIN 52
  • Complicating Gender
  • Rights of Transsexuals in India
  • ASHWINI SUKTHANKAR 91
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Women -- Sexual behavior -- India.  |  Feminism -- India.
Other authors/contributors Menon, Nivedita
Available From Library of Congress -- New Delhi Overseas Office 

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