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This book makes an important contribution towards an understanding of citizenship as mediated by other collective, historically determined identities: of gender, ethnicity, class and national status. It brings together a group of prominent inetrenational scholars from moral philosophy, law, political science and sociology to offer a major reconceptualization of the idea of citizenship. The contributors demonstrate how the growing ambivalence of State sovereignty in the face of multinational capitalism and the absence of political accountability structures are complicit in the definitions of gendered citizenship. Against these, women's communal mobilization and politcal activisms are considered in terms of their power effects and political potentialities. Contents Notes on Contributors Preface 1. Introduction: Women and the New Discourse of Citizenship Part One Dialogical Citizenships 2. Citizenship Revisited 3. Right-Wing 'Feminism': a Challenge to Feminism as an Emancipatory Movement 4. 'It Works Both Ways': Belonging and Social Participation among Women with Disabilities Part Two Exclusionary Citizenships 5. Female Education and Citizenship in Afghanistan: a Turbulent Relationship 6. Citizenship, Difference and Education: Reflections Inspired by the South African Transition 7. Producing the Mothers of the Nation: Race, Class and Contemporary US Population Policies 8. Constitutionally Excluded: Citizenship and (Some) Irish Women Part Three Ambivalent Citizens: Migrants and Refugees 9. Feminism, Multiculturalism, Essentialism 10. Muslim and South Asian Women: Customary Law and Citizenship in Britain 11. Embodied Rights: Gender Persecution, State Sovereignty and Refugees 12. Refugee Women in Serbia: Their Experiences of War, Nationalism and State Building Part Four Feminist Citizenships in a Global Ecumene 13. Globalization and the Gendered Politics of Citizenship 14. Political Motherhood and the Feminisation of Citizenship: Women's Activisms and the Transformation of the Public Sphere 15. An Agenda of One's Own: The Tribulations of the Peruvian Feminist Movement Index. Printed Pages: 283.