Fall/Winter 2007


Katie Palmer
Whatever Happened to Maria: An Exposé on the Relationship Between Filipina Domestic Workers and Their Female Middle-Class Employers in Toronto’s Gentrified Neighbourhoods

Ryan C. Briggs
The Importance of the Aid-Rentier Model to Development Studies

Beth Hayward
Repackaging the Past and Commodifying Culture: Constructing heritage in “cultural villages” in post-apartheid South Africa

Jennifer Reddy
Madina Market Women: An Urban Journey toward Independence

Dave Campanella
DR-CAFTA: “Betting the Farm to Align with the United States”

Karina Barker
Women and Social Movements: Engendering Argentina’s Piquetero Movement

Grace Baey
Going Back to Move On: Notions of ‘Home’ in the Context of Voluntary Repatriation

Jennifer Pollock
(En) Gendering Peace: Female Agency, Civil Society and Peacebuilding in Liberia

Julia Buchan
India’s Food Policy Paradox

Gemma Boag
Bringing the Political into the Ecological: Understanding Development and Environmental Degradation

Geoffrey Cameron & Rachel Yordy
Making Progress? Evaluation Processes in the WUSC Plantation Communities Project in Sri Lanka

Book Review
Mark N. Nabeta & Daniel Lubavin
Development After Globalization: Theory And Practice For The Embattled South In A New Imperial Age; Saul, John (2006). (Zed Books Ltd.: New York City, New York)