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SignsLee is deeply invested in and concerned with the project of Asian-American feminism and argues convincingly that it must extend its scope beyond critiques of cultural nationalism. . . . Lee thus makes a valuable contribution to many areas of discussion—postcolonial studies, diaspora studies, and studies of global feminism—when she envisions a newly invigorated Asian-American feminist literary methodology that takes into account the changing significance and role of the nation-state in the new economic internationalism. . . . Lee's argument has far-reaching implications and points to exciting new avenues of inquiry.
— Grace Kyungwon Hong, Princeton University