Hosein, Gabrielle Jamela

Indo-Caribbean Feminist Thought

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Interrogating an Indo-Caribbean Feminist Epistemology
Gabrielle Jamela Hosein, Lisa Outar

Part I. Tracing the Emergence of Indo-Caribbean Feminist Perspectives

2. A Vindication for Indo-Caribbean Feminism
Patricia Mohammed

3. Indo-Caribbean Feminist Epistemology: A Personal and Scholarly Journey
Preeia D. Surajbali

4. My Mother’s Baby: Wrecking Work After Indentureship
Andil Gosine

Part II. Transgressive Storytelling

5. “Seeing Greater Distances”: An Interview with Peggy Mohan on the Voyages of Indo-Caribbean Women
Alison Klein

6. Indentureship, Land, and Indo-Caribbean Feminist Thought in the Literature of Rajkumari Singh and Mahadai Das
Anita Baksh

7. Post-Indentureship Cosmopolitan Feminism: Indo-Caribbean and Indo-Mauritian Women’s Writing and the Public Sphere
Lisa Outar

8. “Mini Death, and a Rebirth”: Talking the Crossing in Shani Mootoo’s Moving Forward Sideways Like a Crab

Tuli Chatterji

Part III. Art, Archives, and Cultural Practices

9. Comparative Caribbean Feminisms: Jahaji-bhain in Carnival
Kavita Ashana Singh

10. (Un)Settling the Politics of Identity and Sexuality Among Indo-Trinidadian Same-Sex Loving Women
Krystal Nandini Ghisyawan

11. Seeing Difference: Visual Feminist Praxis, Identity, and Desire in Indo-Caribbean Women’s Art and Knowledge
Angelique V. Nixon

12. Art, Violence, and Non-return: An Interview with Guadeloupean Artist Kelly Sinnapah Mary
Lisa Outar

Part IV. Dougla Feminisms

13. Dougla Poetics and Politics in Indo-Caribbean Feminist Thought: Reflection and Reconceptualization
Gabrielle Jamela Hosein

14. What’s in a Name?: Nicki Minaj, Indian In/visibility, and the Paradox of Dougla Feminism
Sue Ann Barratt

15. Cutlass: Objects Toward a Theory of Representation
Kaneesha Cherelle Parsard

Part V. New Masculinities and Femininities

16. Indo-Caribbean Masculinities and Indo-Caribbean Feminisms: Where Are We Now?
Rhoda Reddock

17. Belaboring Masculinity: Ecology, Work, and the Body in Michel Ponnamah’s Dérive de Josaphat

Michael Niblett

18. From Stigma to Shakti: The Politics of Indo-Guyanese Women’s Trance and the Transformative Potentials of Ecstatic Goddess Worship in New York City
Stephanie Lou Jackson

Keywords: Literature, Twentieth-Century Literature, Literature, general, Gender Studies, Literary Theory, Cultural Theory, North American Literature

Publication year
New Caribbean Studies
Page amount
13 pages
Litterary Studies
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