Feminism and Folk Art offers a refreshingly delightful read of women artists working in different parts of the world, specifically, in Mexico, New Zealand, Japan, and Brazil. The book not only provides the history of folk art in these countries, but, more importantly, brings women from their hidden silences or “obscurity” into the limelight. For, by the very act of documenting their herstories in relation to their artistic endeavors, they become a vivid and viable part of posterity. . . . Feminism and Folk Art: Case Studies in Mexico, New Zealand, Japan, and Brazil is a very interesting and detailed book about the place and role of women folk artists in four geographical locations, situated in four countries and on three continents. The plurality of settings and experiences further adds to the importance of this book as a contribution to the discussion of women’s art from a feminist perspective.