Table of contents for Women and migration in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands : a reader / edited by Denise A. Segura and Patricia Zavella.

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Contents
About the Series 000
Acknowledgments 000
Introduction 000
Part I. Borderlands as Sites of Struggle 000
Rosa Linda Fregoso, Toward a Planetary Civil Society 000
Leo R. Chavez, A Glass Half Empty: Latina Reproduction and Public Discourse 000
Adelaida R. Del Castillo, Illegal Status and Social Citizenship: Thoughts on Mexican Immigrants 
in a Postnational World 000
Eithne Luibheid, "Looking Like a Lesbian": The Organization of Sexual Monitoring at the 
United States-Mexican Border 000
Jonathan Xavier Inda, The Value of Immigrant Life 000
Part II. The Topography of Violence
Leslie Salzinger, Manufacturing Sexual Subjects: "Harassment," Desire, and Discipline on a 
Maquiladora Shopfloor 000
Melissa W. Wright, The Dialectics of Still Life: Murder, Women, and Maquiladoras 000
Sylvanna M. Falc¿n, Rape as a Weapon of War: Militarized Rape at the U.S.-Mexico Border 
000
Gloria Gonz¿lez-L¿pez, "Nunca he dejado de tener terror": Sexual Violence in the Lives of 
Mexican Immigrant Women 000
Part III. Flexible Accumulation and Resistance
X¿chitl Casta¿eda and Patricia Zavella, Changing Constructions of Sexuality and Risk: Migrant 
Mexican Women Farmworkers in California 000
Faranak Miraftab, Space, Gender, and Work: Home-Based Workers in Mexico 000
Mar¿a de la Luz Ibarra, Mexican Immigrant Women and the New Domestic Labor 000
Cynthia Cranford "ÁAqu¿ estamos y no nos vamos!" Justice for Janitors in Los Angeles and New 
Citizenship Claims 000
Part IV. Family Formations and Transnational Social Networks
Norma Ojeda de la Pe¿a, Transborder Families and Gendered Trajectories of Migration and 
Work 000
Laura Velasco Ortiz, Women, Migration, and Household Survival Strategies: Mixtec Women in 
Tijuana 000
Sylvia Chant, Single-Parent Families: Choice or Constraint? The Formation of Female-Headed 
Households in Mexican Shanty Towns 000
Denise A. Segura, Working at Motherhood: Chicana and Mexican Immigrant Mothers and 
Employment 000
Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo and Ernestine Avila, "I'm Here, but I'm There": The Meanings of 
Latina Transnational Motherhood 000
Part V. Transculturation and Identity in Daily Life
Victoria Malkin, Reproduction of Gender Relations in the Mexican Migrant Community of New 
Rochelle, New York 000
Jennifer S. Hirsch, "En el norte la mujer manda": Gender, Generation, and Geography in a 
Mexican Transnational Community 000
Olga N¿jera-Ram¿rez, Unruly Passions: Poetics, Performance, and Gender in the Ranchera Song 
000
Deborah Paredez, Becoming Selena, Becoming Latina 000
Felicity Schaeffer-Grabiel, Cyberbrides and Global Imaginaries: Mexican Women's Turn from 
the National to the Foreign 000
Bibliography 000
Contributors 000
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Women immigrants -- Mexican-American Border Region -- Social conditions.
Mexican American women -- Mexican-American Border Region -- Social conditions.
Mexicans -- Mexican-American Border Region -- Social conditions.
Social change -- Mexican-American Border Region.
Mexican-American Border Region -- Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects.