Part 1 On the move - new agendas for women's studies: challenging the boundaries - towards an anti-racist women's studies, Mary Maynard; anti- colonial subjects? post-colonial subjects? nationalisms, ethnocentrisms and feminist scholarship, Joanna de Groot; what happened to feminist politics in "gender training"?, Bunie M. Matlanyane Sexwale; the political and the personal - women's writing in China in the 1980s, Delia Davin; reassessing representations of Emmeline and Christabel Pankhurst, militant feminists in Edwardian Britain - on the importance of a knowledge of our feminist past, June Purvis; gender, nation and scholarship - reflections on gender/women's studies in the Czech Republic, Jitka Maleckova; possibilities for women's studies in post- communist countries - where are we going? Svetlana Kupryashkina. Part 2 Women in movement - identity, migration and nationalism: resituating discourses of "whiteness" and "Asianess" in Northern England - second generation Sikh women and constructions of identity, Jasbir K. PUar; women who move - experiences of diaspora, Magdalene Ang-Lygate; Ireland - the home of our mothers and our birthright for ages? Irish migrant women's identifications with nation and/or diaspora, Breda Gray; boundary politics - women, nationalism and danger, Jan Jindy Pettman; gender, colonialism and nationalism - women activists in Uttar Pradesh, India, Suruchi Thapar-Bjorkert; East German women five years after the "wende", Hanna Behrend.