Editors' Introduction

Victoria Kuttainen, Ariella Van Luyn


This issue asks, in a world where women are increasingly excluded from citizen participation, is there a new role for resistance through art and literature? For women of the tropics in particular, in what ways can writing, art, and academic work be bold in helping make needed changes? For women more broadly, what does it mean to be bold right now, as oppression intersects race, sex, class, and religion in an increasingly globalising world that is repealing rights and advances?


feminism; literature; protest

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.25120/etropic.16.2.2017.3631


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