Mainstream feminist discourse has failed to fully engage with commercial sex work. In a series of essays, this book corrects this lacuna. Moving beyond the traditional feminist focus on slavery and trafficking, HIV/AIDS, and other health issues, it features contributors who engage fully with the political and theoretical implications of sex work.
The Naga people of the troubled northeastern region of India have endured more than a century of bloodshed in their struggle for an independent Nagaland and a national identity. This title features stories that are set against this uneasy backdrop. It includes stories that spring from the internal fault lines of the Indian nation-state.