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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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Women in the 1920s' Ku Klux Klan Movement

Vol.17,
No.1,
(1991),
pp 57-77

KATHLEEN M. BLEE In 1920, women won the right to vote, culminating a seventy-two- year struggle for greater access to...

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Representations of History, Irish Feminism, and the Politics of Difference

Vol.17,
No.1,
(1991),
pp 29-50

REPRESENTATIONS OF HISTORY, IRISH FEMINISM, AND THE POLITICS OF DIFFERENCEMOLLY MULLIN What is the relationship between...

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Me and Him

Vol.17,
No.2,
(1991),
pp 269-282

SUZANNE STEIN ME AND HIM Get over here. He's standing in the middle of the kitchen and I'm standing by the...

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An Emancipated Voice: Flora Tristan and Utopian Allegory

Vol.17,
No.2,
(1991),
pp 219-239

AN EMANCIPATED VOICE: FLORA TRISTAN AND UTOPIAN ALLEGORYMARGARET TALBOT On an October afternoon in 1848, a season after...

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Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Sexist?

Vol.17,
No.2,
(1991),
pp 195-217

JEAN-JACQUES ROUSSEAU, SEXIST? PAUL THOMAS Give a man a trade which suits his sex and a young man a trade which suits...

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The Goals of the National Welfare Rights Movement: Why We Need Them Thirty Years Later

Vol.24,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 65-78

THEGOALSOF THE NATIONAL WELLFARE RXGHTS MOWMENE WHY WE NEED THEM THIRTYYEARS LATER FELICIA KORNBLUH As members of the...

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Man Royals and Sodomites: Some Thoughts on the Invisibility of Afro-Caribbean Lesbians

Vol.18,
No.3,
(1992),
pp 521-532

MAN ROYALS AND SODOMITES: SOME THOUGHTS ON THE INVISIBILITY OF AFRO-CARIBBEAN LESBIANSMAKEDA SILVERA I will begin with...

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Unveiling Scheherazade: Feminist Orientalism in the International Alliance of Women, 1911-1950

Vol.27,
No.1,
(2001),
pp 125-157

UNVEILING SCHEHERAZADE: FEMINIST ORIENTALISM IN THE INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE OF WOMEN, 1911-1950CHARLOTTE WEBER In an...

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The Prison Lesbian: Race, Class, and the Construction of the Aggressive Female Homosexual, 1915-1965

Vol.22,
No.2,
(1996),
pp 397-423

THE PRISON LESBIAN: RACE, CLASS, AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE AGGRESSIVE FEMALE HOMOSEXUAL, 1915-1965ESTELLE B. FREEDMAN...

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Writing Feminist Genealogy: Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Racial Nationalism, and the Reproduction of Maternalist Feminism

Vol.27,
No.2,
(2001),
pp 271-302

WRITING FEMINIST GENEALOGY: CHARLOTTE PERKINS GILMAN, RACIAL NATIONALISM, AND THE REPRODUCTION OF MATERNALIST...

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From High Heels to Swathed Bodies: Gendered Meanings under Production in Mexico's Export-Processing Industry

Vol.23,
No.3,
(1997),
pp 549-574

FROM HIGH HEELS TO SWATHED BODIES: GENDERlED MEANINGS UNDER PRODUCTION IN MEXICO'S EXPORT-PROCESSING INDUSTRYLESLIE...

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Sex before Gender: Charlotte Perkins Gilman and the Evolutionary Paradigm of Utopia

Vol.24,
No.3,
(1998),
pp 488-510

SEX BEFORE GENDER: CHARLOTTE PERKINS GIL;MANAWD THE EVOLUTIONARY PARADIGM OF UTOPIABERNICE L. HAUSMAN In a 1989 article...

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Crossing the Border for Abortions: California Activists, Mexican Clinics, and the Creation of a Feminist Health Agency in the 1960s

Vol.26,
No.2,
(2000),
pp 323-348

CROSSING THE BORDER FOR ABORTIONS: CALIFORNIA ACTIVISTS, MEXICAN CLINICS, AND THE CREATION OF A FEMINIST HEALTH AGENCY...

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The Gendering of Human Rights: Women and the Latin American Terrorist State

Vol.22,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 40-80

THE GENDERING OF HUMAN RIGHTS: WOMEN AND THE LATIN AMERICAN TERRORIST STATENANCY CAR0 HOLLANDER Woman, unfinished being...

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Anxious Masculinity: Sexual Jealousy in Early Modern England

Vol.19,
No.2,
(1993),
pp 377-398

ANXIOUS MASCULINITY: SEXUAL JEALOUSY IN EARLY MODERN ENGLANDMARK BREITENBERG The preoccupation among men with female...

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Crossing the Border for Abortions: California Activists, Mexican Clinics, and the Creation of a Feminist Health Agency in the 1960s

Vol.26,
No.2,
(2000),
pp 323-348

CROSSING THE BORDER FOR ABORTIONS: CALIFORNIA ACTIVISTS, MEXICAN CLINICS, AND THE CREATION OF A FEMINIST HEALTH AGENCY...

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Casing My Joints: A Private and Public Story of Arthritis

Vol.26,
No.2,
(2000),
pp 273-285

CASING MY JOINTS: A PRIVATE AND PUBLIC STORY OF ARTHRITISMARY LOWENTHAL FELSTINER HEAT INVERSIONLong before morning I...

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The Way We Hold Our Bodies

Vol.26,
No.2,
(2000),
pp 419-424

THE WAY WE HOLD OUR BODIES I would have expected a person in a coma to look limp and restful, but my mother holds her...

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Maternal Education and Child Health: A Feminist Dilemma

Vol.26,
No.2,
(2000),
pp 425-446

SONALDE DESAI EFFICIENCY VERSUS EQUITY: STRATEGIC CHOICES In recent years, feminist scholarship has transformed the...

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You Are Different Now

Vol.26,
No.2,
(2000),
pp 311-322

YOU ARE DIFFERENT NOW After seven straight days of driving back and forth on 1-95 and the feeder highways that...

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Revisiting "The Myth of the Vaginal Orgasm": The Female Orgasm in American Sexual Thought and Second Wave Feminism

Vol.26,
No.2,
(2000),
pp 449-476

REVISITING 'THE MYTH OF THE VAGINAL ORGASM": THE FEMALE ORGASM IN AMERICAN SEXUAL THOUGHT AND SECOND WAVE...

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Circle Stories: A Collaborative Project

Vol.26,
No.2,
(2000),
pp 380-390

RTVA LEHRER Human beings, like most other primates, and in common with wolves and lions, live in packs. We must be able...

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The European Union's Policy on the Equality of Women

Vol.25,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 171-181

THE EUROPEAN UNION'S POLICY ON THE EQUALITY OF WOMENM. GRAZIA ROSSILLIAs the European Union (EU) moves toward...

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Mothers of Buddhas, Mothers of Nations: Kumaranatunga and Her Meteoric Rise to Power in Sri Lanka

Vol.25,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 211-225

MOTHERS OF BUDDHAS, MOTHERS OF NATIONS: KUMARANATUNGA AND HER METEORIC RISE TO POWER IN SRI LANKATESSA BARTHOLOMEUSZ In...

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Sexual Difference and Politics in France Today

Vol.25,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 183-210

DANIELLE HAASE-DUBOSC "LibertP, EgalitP, ParitP ou les femmes ne sont pas des hommes comme les autres" (...

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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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Women in the 1920s' Ku Klux Klan Movement

Vol.17,
No.1,
(1991),
pp 57-77

KATHLEEN M. BLEE In 1920, women won the right to vote, culminating a seventy-two- year struggle for greater access to...

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Representations of History, Irish Feminism, and the Politics of Difference

Vol.17,
No.1,
(1991),
pp 29-50

REPRESENTATIONS OF HISTORY, IRISH FEMINISM, AND THE POLITICS OF DIFFERENCEMOLLY MULLIN What is the relationship between...

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Me and Him

Vol.17,
No.2,
(1991),
pp 269-282

SUZANNE STEIN ME AND HIM Get over here. He's standing in the middle of the kitchen and I'm standing by the...

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An Emancipated Voice: Flora Tristan and Utopian Allegory

Vol.17,
No.2,
(1991),
pp 219-239

AN EMANCIPATED VOICE: FLORA TRISTAN AND UTOPIAN ALLEGORYMARGARET TALBOT On an October afternoon in 1848, a season after...

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Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Sexist?

Vol.17,
No.2,
(1991),
pp 195-217

JEAN-JACQUES ROUSSEAU, SEXIST? PAUL THOMAS Give a man a trade which suits his sex and a young man a trade which suits...

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Reading Novels

Vol.17,
No.3,
(1991),
pp 469-

NATASHA SAJE READING NOVELS Women do it, mostly.My mother gave me Disirie,Forever Amber, Kristin Lavransdatter. I'd...

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Our Menstruation

Vol.17,
No.3,
(1991),
pp 461-467

CYNTHIA M. ZELMAN OUR MENSTRUATION for the girls We menstruated simultaneously. We were just sixth-grade girls at-...

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My Eighth Grade Teacher

Vol.17,
No.3,
(1991),
pp 471-

Natasha Saje MY EIGHTH GRADE TEACHER wears boots in my dreams, his penis in relief against his pants. He used to kick...

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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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Women in the 1920s' Ku Klux Klan Movement

Vol.17,
No.1,
(1991),
pp 57-77

KATHLEEN M. BLEE In 1920, women won the right to vote, culminating a seventy-two- year struggle for greater access to...

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Representations of History, Irish Feminism, and the Politics of Difference

Vol.17,
No.1,
(1991),
pp 29-50

REPRESENTATIONS OF HISTORY, IRISH FEMINISM, AND THE POLITICS OF DIFFERENCEMOLLY MULLIN What is the relationship between...

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Me and Him

Vol.17,
No.2,
(1991),
pp 269-282

SUZANNE STEIN ME AND HIM Get over here. He's standing in the middle of the kitchen and I'm standing by the...

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An Emancipated Voice: Flora Tristan and Utopian Allegory

Vol.17,
No.2,
(1991),
pp 219-239

AN EMANCIPATED VOICE: FLORA TRISTAN AND UTOPIAN ALLEGORYMARGARET TALBOT On an October afternoon in 1848, a season after...

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Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Sexist?

Vol.17,
No.2,
(1991),
pp 195-217

JEAN-JACQUES ROUSSEAU, SEXIST? PAUL THOMAS Give a man a trade which suits his sex and a young man a trade which suits...

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Reading Novels

Vol.17,
No.3,
(1991),
pp 469-

NATASHA SAJE READING NOVELS Women do it, mostly.My mother gave me Disirie,Forever Amber, Kristin Lavransdatter. I'd...

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Our Menstruation

Vol.17,
No.3,
(1991),
pp 461-467

CYNTHIA M. ZELMAN OUR MENSTRUATION for the girls We menstruated simultaneously. We were just sixth-grade girls at-...

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My Eighth Grade Teacher

Vol.17,
No.3,
(1991),
pp 471-

Natasha Saje MY EIGHTH GRADE TEACHER wears boots in my dreams, his penis in relief against his pants. He used to kick...

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