1. Gendered Citizenship: The Politics of Representation
Hilde Danielsen, Kari Jegerstedt, Ragnhild L. Muriaas, Brita Ytre-Arne
Part I. Becoming a Citizen–Interrogating the Constitution of Political Subjects
2. What Is It to Vote?
Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak
3. Troubled and Secure Gender Identities in a Changing Society: Norway at the End of the Long Nineteenth Century
4. Representations of Equality: Processes of Depoliticization of the Citizen-Subject
Sara Edenheim, Malin Rönnblom
Part II. Gendered Participation in Representative Democracies–Working from Below and/or Above?
5. The Costs and Benefits of Descriptive Representation: Women’s Quotas, Variations in State Feminism and the Fact of Reasonable Pluralism
6. Substantive Representation: From Timing to Framing of Family Law Reform in Morocco, South Africa and Uganda
Ragnhild L. Muriaas, Liv Tønnessen, Vibeke Wang
7. Constructing Citizenship: Gender and Changing Discourses in Tunisia
Mounira M. Charrad, Amina Zarrugh
Part III. Challenging the Public–Private Divide
8. Representations of Women Voters in Newspaper Coverage of UK Elections 1918–2010
Emily Harmer, Liesbet Zoonen
9. The Pedagogy and Practice of En-Gendering Civic Engagement: Reflections on Serial-Viewing Among Middle-class Women in Urban India
10. Vietnam Women’s Union and the Politics of Representation: Hegemonic Solidarity and a Heterosexual Family Regime
Part IV. Can Exclusions Speak?
11. Can the Irregular Migrant Woman Speak?
12. Pin Ups and Political Passions: Citizenship Address in Post-War Men’s Magazines
13. “The Venus Hottentot Is Unavailable for Comment”: Questioning the Politics of Representation Through Aesthetic Practices
Jorunn Gjerden, Kari Jegerstedt, Željka Švrljuga