In 1994, Cluster members Maria Ochoa and Teresia Teaiwa edited a volume of Inscriptions, the occasional journal published by the Center for Cultural Studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Entitled Enunciating Our Terms: Women of Color in Collaboration and Conflict, the volume features a variety of articles exploring the questions "What does it mean for us to share that which Chandra Mohanty calls 'a common context of struggle'? Where does our heterogeneity work? Where does it conflict? What are the conflicting terms of our enunication?"

The Center for Cultural Studies has ceased paper publication of Inscriptions and has plans to publish the journal on the web. Although this project has not been completed, you may order copies of Inscriptions 7 directly from the Women of Color Research Cluster for $10.00 each.

View the Table of Contents for Inscriptions 7

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Phone: (831) 459-3349