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Eccentric Subjects: Feminist Theory and Historical Consciousness

Vol.16,
No.1,
(1990),
pp 115-150

TERESA DE LAURETIS Consciousness, as a term of feminist thought, is poised on the divide that joins and distinguishes...

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The Lesbian, the Mother, the Heterosexual Lover: Irigaray's Recodings of Difference

Vol.17,
No.2,
(1991),
pp 283-308

THE LESBIAN, THE MOTHER, THE HETEROSEXUAL LOVER: IRIGARAYIS RECODINGS OF DIFFERENCECHRISTINE HOLMLUND To North American...

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Mnemosyne, I Call You Out

Vol.17,
No.2,
(1991),
pp 309-315

MNEMOSYNE, I CALL YOU OUT (for Margaret Randall) I face the Southmy homelandmy land of heat light a long whitecandle2...

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Arguing the Curriculum: Coleslaw

Vol.17,
No.2,
(1991),
pp 266-268

CAROL BARRETT ARGUING THE CURRICULUM: COLESLAW My mother is chopping the cabbage for slaw, coiled heart held in the...

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Counting Thunder

Vol.17,
No.2,
(1991),
pp 330-348

ELISABETH ROSE COUNTING THUNDER * * MARGE * * Four years will pass in no time, Marge thought. As far as she was...

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Iconostasis/Iconomania

Vol.17,
No.2,
(1991),
pp 366-367

Andrea Collins ICONOSTASISIICONOMANIA The father? Yea, he's still the father, trying to kill the dream he created...

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After Picasso's "The Minotaur Carries Off a Woman"

Vol.17,
No.2,
(1991),
pp 365-

ANDREA COLLINSAFTER PICASSO'S THE MINOTA UR CARRIES OFF A WOMAN The canvas is half ocean, half horizon. Central, he...

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La Pétroleuse: Representing Revolution

Vol.17,
No.2,
(1991),
pp 240-265

LA PETROLEUSE: REPRESENTING REVOLUTIONGAY L. GULLICKSON In 1989 and 1990, the Chinese students who erected a goddess of...

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Nancy Spero's American-Born "Sheela-na-gig"

Vol.17,
No.1,
(1991),
pp 51-56

ART ESSAY NANCY SPERO'S AMERICAN-BORN SHEELA-NA-GIG JOSEPHINE WITHERS In 1983, New York artist Nancy Spero began...

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Excerpts from "The Black Notebooks," a Work-in-Progress

Vol.17,
No.1,
(1991),
pp 127-133

TO1 DERRICOTTE excerpts fromTHE BLACK NOTEBOOKSa work-in-progress This collection ofjournal writing explores, in a very...

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Mothering from a Distance: Emotions, Gender, and Intergenerational Relations in Filipino Transnational Families

Vol.27,
No.2,
(2001),
pp 361-390

MOTHERING FROM A DISTANCE: EMOTIONS, GENDER, AND INTER- GENERATIONAL RELATIONS IN FILIPINO TRANSNATIONAL FAMILIESRHACEL...

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Feminism and Empowerment: A Critical Reading of Foucault

Vol.20,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 223-247

MONIQUE DEVEAUX Few thinkers have influenced contemporary feminist scholarship on the themes of power, sexuality, and...

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Clitoral Conventions and Transgressions: Graphic Representations in Anatomy Texts, c1900-1991

Vol.21,
No.2,
(1995),
pp 255-301

CLITORAL CONVENTIONS AND TRANSGRESSIONS: GRAPHIC REPRESENTATIONS IN ANATOMY TEXTS, c1900- 1991LISA JEAN MOORE and ADELE...

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Theorizing Difference from Multiracial Feminism

Vol.22,
No.2,
(1996),
pp 321-331

MAXINE BACA ZINN and BONNIE THORNTON DILL Women of color have long challenged the hegemony of femi- nisms constructed...

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Frances Willard and the Feminism of Fear

Vol.19,
No.1,
(1993),
pp 123-146

SUZANNE M. MARILLEY Frances Willard, the leader of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) from 1879 to 1897...

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"Artifacts for Survival": Remapping the Contours of Poetry with Audre Lorde

Vol.18,
No.2,
(1992),
pp 229-256

"ARTIFACTS FOR SURVIVAL: REMAPPING THE CONTOURS OF POETRY WITH AUDRE LORDESAGRI DHAIRYAM Refusing to be...

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"We Are That Mythical Thing Called the Public": Militant Housewives during the Great Depression

Vol.19,
No.1,
(1993),
pp 147-172

'WE ARE THAT MYTHICAL THING CALLED THE PUBLIC": MILITANT HOUSEWIVES DURING THE GREAT DEPRESSIONANNELISE ORLECK...

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Freud's "Fetishism" and the Lesbian Dildo Debates

Vol.18,
No.3,
(1992),
pp 563-579

HEATHER FINDLAY From the pages of lesbian porn magazines to the meetings of the Modern Language Association, a highly...

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French Women Opera Composers and the Aesthetics of Rousseau

Vol.26,
No.1,
(2000),
pp 69-100

JACQUELINE LETZTER and ROBERT ADELSON When you can devote yourself to a work you love, it is an intense pleasure; but...

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Gender and Relationality among Arab Families in Lebanon

Vol.19,
No.3,
(1993),
pp 465-486

GENDER AND RELATIONALITY AMONG ARAB FAMILIES IN LEBANONSUAD JOSEPH RETATIONALITY AND GENDERMuch feminist theory in the...

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Valuing "Postmaternity" as a Revolutionary Feminist Concept

Vol.28,
No.3,
(2002),
pp 553-572

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Thinking Gender with Sexuality in 1790s' Feminist Thought

Vol.28,
No.3,
(2002),
pp 667-690

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Challenging the Gendered Categories of Art and Art Therapy: The Paintings of Jane Orleman

Vol.28,
No.3,
(2002),
pp 631-654

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"Point of Departure": Feminist Locations and the Politics of Travel in India

Vol.26,
No.3,
(2000),
pp 535-562

"POINT OF DEPARTURE": FEMINIST LOCATIONS AND THE POLITICS OF TRAVEL IN INDIARAVINA AGGARWAL This article is...

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Religion, Race, and the Debate over Mut'a in Dar es Salaam

Vol.26,
No.3,
(2000),
pp 661-690

RICHA NAGAR Mut'a is religiously prescribed. . . . It is a laid down princi- ple. . . . If women don't accept...

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Refashioning Mother India: Feminism and Nationalism in Late-Colonial India

Vol.26,
No.3,
(2000),
pp 623-644

REFASHIONING MOTHER INDIA: FEMINISM AND NATIONALISM IN LATE-COLONIAL INDIAMRINALINI SINHA When U. S. journalist...

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Masculinity, Femininity, and Servitude: Domestic Workers in Calcutta in the Late Twentieth Century

Vol.26,
No.3,
(2000),
pp 691-718

MASCULINITY, FEMININITY, AND SERVITUDE: DOMESTIC WORKERS IN CALCUTTA IN THE LATE TWENTIETH CENTURYRAKA RAY In a...

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Negotiating Power at the Bedside: Historical Perspectives on Nineteenth-Century Patients and Their Gynecologists

Vol.26,
No.2,
(2000),
pp 287-309

NEGOTIATING POWER AT THE BEDSIDE: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ON NINETEENTH-CENTURY PATIENTS AND THEIR GYNECOLOGISTSREGINA...

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Of Sonograms and Baby Prams: Prenatal Diagnosis, Pregnancy, and Consumption

Vol.26,
No.2,
(2000),
pp 391-418

OF SONOGRAMS AND BABY PRAMS: PRENATAL DIAGNOSIS, PREGNANCY, AND CONSUMPTIONJANELLE S. TAYLOR The transformation of any...

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Arguing the Curriculum: Coleslaw

Vol.17,
No.2,
(1991),
pp 266-268

CAROL BARRETT ARGUING THE CURRICULUM: COLESLAW My mother is chopping the cabbage for slaw, coiled heart held in the...

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Counting Thunder

Vol.17,
No.2,
(1991),
pp 330-348

ELISABETH ROSE COUNTING THUNDER * * MARGE * * Four years will pass in no time, Marge thought. As far as she was...

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Iconostasis/Iconomania

Vol.17,
No.2,
(1991),
pp 366-367

Andrea Collins ICONOSTASISIICONOMANIA The father? Yea, he's still the father, trying to kill the dream he created...

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After Picasso's "The Minotaur Carries Off a Woman"

Vol.17,
No.2,
(1991),
pp 365-

ANDREA COLLINSAFTER PICASSO'S THE MINOTA UR CARRIES OFF A WOMAN The canvas is half ocean, half horizon. Central, he...

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La Pétroleuse: Representing Revolution

Vol.17,
No.2,
(1991),
pp 240-265

LA PETROLEUSE: REPRESENTING REVOLUTIONGAY L. GULLICKSON In 1989 and 1990, the Chinese students who erected a goddess of...

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Nancy Spero's American-Born "Sheela-na-gig"

Vol.17,
No.1,
(1991),
pp 51-56

ART ESSAY NANCY SPERO'S AMERICAN-BORN SHEELA-NA-GIG JOSEPHINE WITHERS In 1983, New York artist Nancy Spero began...

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Excerpts from "The Black Notebooks," a Work-in-Progress

Vol.17,
No.1,
(1991),
pp 127-133

TO1 DERRICOTTE excerpts fromTHE BLACK NOTEBOOKSa work-in-progress This collection ofjournal writing explores, in a very...

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Democracy

Vol.17,
No.1,
(1991),
pp 79-84

DEMOCRACY 1. driving through the city, Helen of Troy listens to bootleg versions of The Clash singing "City of the...

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Unholy Meanings: Maternity, Creativity, and Orality in Katherine Mansfield

Vol.17,
No.1,
(1991),
pp 105-125

UNHOLY MEANINGS: MATERNITY, CREATIVITY, AND ORALITY IN KATHERINE MANSFIELDPATRICIA MORAN "I feel I am all the time...

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The Floozie in the Jacuzzi

Vol.17,
No.1,
(1991),
pp 6-28

AILBHE SMYTH THE FLOOZIE IN THE JACUZZI TITLE The title is not one, but many. Not definitive but open. Sign of dif-...

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Arguing the Curriculum: Coleslaw

Vol.17,
No.2,
(1991),
pp 266-268

CAROL BARRETT ARGUING THE CURRICULUM: COLESLAW My mother is chopping the cabbage for slaw, coiled heart held in the...

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Counting Thunder

Vol.17,
No.2,
(1991),
pp 330-348

ELISABETH ROSE COUNTING THUNDER * * MARGE * * Four years will pass in no time, Marge thought. As far as she was...

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Iconostasis/Iconomania

Vol.17,
No.2,
(1991),
pp 366-367

Andrea Collins ICONOSTASISIICONOMANIA The father? Yea, he's still the father, trying to kill the dream he created...

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After Picasso's "The Minotaur Carries Off a Woman"

Vol.17,
No.2,
(1991),
pp 365-

ANDREA COLLINSAFTER PICASSO'S THE MINOTA UR CARRIES OFF A WOMAN The canvas is half ocean, half horizon. Central, he...

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La Pétroleuse: Representing Revolution

Vol.17,
No.2,
(1991),
pp 240-265

LA PETROLEUSE: REPRESENTING REVOLUTIONGAY L. GULLICKSON In 1989 and 1990, the Chinese students who erected a goddess of...

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Nancy Spero's American-Born "Sheela-na-gig"

Vol.17,
No.1,
(1991),
pp 51-56

ART ESSAY NANCY SPERO'S AMERICAN-BORN SHEELA-NA-GIG JOSEPHINE WITHERS In 1983, New York artist Nancy Spero began...

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Excerpts from "The Black Notebooks," a Work-in-Progress

Vol.17,
No.1,
(1991),
pp 127-133

TO1 DERRICOTTE excerpts fromTHE BLACK NOTEBOOKSa work-in-progress This collection ofjournal writing explores, in a very...

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Democracy

Vol.17,
No.1,
(1991),
pp 79-84

DEMOCRACY 1. driving through the city, Helen of Troy listens to bootleg versions of The Clash singing "City of the...

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Unholy Meanings: Maternity, Creativity, and Orality in Katherine Mansfield

Vol.17,
No.1,
(1991),
pp 105-125

UNHOLY MEANINGS: MATERNITY, CREATIVITY, AND ORALITY IN KATHERINE MANSFIELDPATRICIA MORAN "I feel I am all the time...

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The Floozie in the Jacuzzi

Vol.17,
No.1,
(1991),
pp 6-28

AILBHE SMYTH THE FLOOZIE IN THE JACUZZI TITLE The title is not one, but many. Not definitive but open. Sign of dif-...

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