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As a feminist scholar, she is especially interested in examining how these interactions have historically impacted and continue to influence constructions of gender and sexuality. Transpacific Femininities analyzed connections between the rise of Philippine print culture in English and the emergence of new classes of transpacific women from the early to the mid- twentieth century.
The book argues that this period was dominated by a fascination with transpacific Asian women—figures who were connected to both nationalist movements in Asia and the global women's suffrage movement.
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Fueled by her research, her courses complicate the geographic, chronological, and disciplinary parameters that shape the study of gender, sexuality, and the global in twentieth and twenty-first century American, Asian North American, ethnic American, and Philippine literature and culture. You can find out more about her research and teaching at www. Skip to main content. Your name.
Transpacific Femininities by Denise Cruz
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