1. Introduction - transnational feminism: a working agenda, Lena Martinsson and Diana Mulinari
2. Transnational messiness, political subjectivity and feminism across borders: in conversation with three Pakistani activists, Lena Martinsson3. Women resisting border regimes: two case studies from Eastern and Northern Europe, Mia Liinason and Olga Sasunkevich4. In, against (and beyond?) the state: women's rights, global gender equality regime, and feminist counterpublics in 21st-century Turkey, Selin Cagatay5. Is the social democracy gone? Performing feminisms in times of right-wing populism, Tiina Rosenberg6. Dreaming of home: a feminist strategy for importing the Nordic model to Taiwan, Chia-Ling Yang7. Make(ing) room in transnational surges: Pakistani Khwaja Sira organising, Erika Alm8. Putting (left) politics back into (Western) feminist theory: conversations with feminist activists and scholars in Argentina, Diana Mulinari Epilogue, Diana Mulinari and Lena Martinsson
Lena Martinsson is Professor in Gender Studies at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Her main research interests are political subjectivity, social movements and transnationalism in the field of feminist and post/decolonial studies. Her recent publications include: Martinsson, L., Griffin, G., and Nygren K.G., (eds.). (2016) Challenging the Myth of Gender Equality in Sweden. Bristol: Policy Press, and Reimers, E., and Martinsson, L., (eds.). (2017) Education and Political Subjectivities in Neoliberal Times and Places: Emergences of Norms and Possibilities. London: Routledge. Diana Mulinari is Professor in Gender Studies at the University of Lund, Sweden. She works within the field of studies of racism in the tradition of Black/Chicano and decolonial feminists. Her recent publications include: Mulinari, D., and Neergaard, A., (2017) Theorising racism: Exploring the Swedish racial regime. Nordic Journal of Migration. 7(2), and Ratzhel, N., Mulinari, D., and Tollefson, A., (2014) Transnational Corporations from the Standpoint of Workers: Thrown Together, Working Apart. London: Palgrave Macmillan.