Gender Justice and Legal Pluralities: Latin American and African Perspectives, Rachel Sieder and John McNeish; 1. Gender, Human rights and legal pluralities: experiences from Southern and Eastern Africa, Anne Hellum; 2. Indigenous women fight for justice: Gender rights and legal pluralism in Mexico, Maria Teresa Sierra; 3. The gender of law: politics, memory and agency in Mozambican community courts, Bjorn Enge Bertelsen; 4. Sexual Violence and gendered subjectivities: indigenous women's search for justice in Guatemala, Rachel Sieder; 5. Between sharia and CEDAW in Sudan: Islamist women negotiating gender equity, Liv Toennessen; 6. Indigenous rights and violent state construction: the struggle of Triqui women in Oaxaca, Natalia De Marinis; 7. Opening the Pandora's Box: human rights, customary law, and the "communal liberal self" in Tanzania, Natalie J.Bourdon; 8. An Accumulated Rage: legal pluralism and gender justice in Bolivia, John-Andrew McNeish andAna Cecilia Arteaga Boehrt
Rachel Sieder is based at CIESAS Mexico and John-Andrew McNeish is at Noragric, University of Life Sciences, Norway.
'The detail elaborated in each chapter is enriched by the editors' excellent 30-page overview, which sets out broader conceptual, historical, and political issues, highlighting salient points from the main contributions.' - Deborah Eade, Independent Writer and Editor, Geneva for Gender & Development