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Duke University Press


Editor's Introduction to the issue, "Transnational Trans(formations)" by Paula J. Giddings archived as published.

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One of the missions of Meridians is to hold up a mirror to reflect the workings of identity as they shape and are shaped by transnational contexts. For this issue, the journal's discursive project includes essays that examine identity implications of the Asian American "model minority" idea; the relationship of queerness and ethnic/class privilege in a popular if controversial novel set in Hawaii; how transnational identity in a Demetria Martinez novel complicates identification; a revisionist reading of the subjectivity of Japanese War brides; the cultural signification of lndo-Trinidadian women; and a historical perspective on Harlem Renaissance writer Nella Larsen's literary form as one of social struggle and revolutionary potential....

Meridians 10:1



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