Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -198) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
chapter 1 Introduction chapter 2 New Cosmologies: Mapping the Postcolonial Feminist Legal Project chapter Liberal internationalism and the capabilities approach chapter 3 Erotic Disruptions: Legal Narratives of Culture, Sex and Nation in India chapter Narratives of culture, sex, nation chapter The Bandit Queen chapter Homosexuality chapter 4 The Tragedy of Victimisation Rhetoric: Resurrecting the 'Native' Subject in International/Postcolonial Feminist Legal Politics chapter Cultural essentialism chapter 'Death by culture' chapter 5 The Other Side of Universality: Cross-Border Movements and the Transnational Migrant Subject chapter Colonial subjects and the meaning of 'universality' chapter The Other in the contemporary moment chapter (b) Equating migration with trafficking.