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In their contribution to Part II of “Gender, Sexuality and Feminism in the Caribbean: Transdisciplinary Engagements” the authors remind us of the mobility of feminist analytical approaches for studying the Caribbean. Similar to the writers featured in Part I, they do so from multiple disciplinary locations, including those who articulate an explicitly (Caribbean) feminist vision, as well as those who take up feminist analytical tools for examining a range of concerns affecting the region. With Part II of this collection, the contributors extend a focus on the interplay of race, gender and sexuality in the Caribbean for understanding issues of major concern affecting the region.

Forthcoming: JECS Vol. 45 No. 1 April 2020

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