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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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Automating Gender: Postmodern Feminism in the Age of the Intelligent Machine

Vol.17,
No.3,
(1991),
pp 439-460

AUTOMATING GENDER: POSTMODERN FEMINISM IN THE AGE OF THE INTELLIGENT MACHINEJUDITH HALBERSTAM MY COMPUTER, MY SELFThe...

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Colonization and the Decline of Women's Status: The Tsimshian Case

Vol.17,
No.3,
(1991),
pp 509-535

COLONIZATION AND THE DECLINE OF WOMEN'S STATUS: THE TSIMSHIAN CASEJO-ANNE FISKE This paper has two goals: to offer...

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Here Comes the Bride: Wedding Gender and Race in "Bride of Frankenstein"

Vol.17,
No.3,
(1991),
pp 403-437

HERE COMES THE BRIDE: WEDDING GENDER AND RACE IN BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEINELIZABETH YOUNG James Whale's 1935 film,...

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Reproductive Rights in Nicaragua: From the Sandinistas to the Government of Violeta Chamorro

Vol.17,
No.3,
(1991),
pp 536-549

REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS IN NICARAGUA: FROM THE SANDINISTAS TO THE GOVERNMENT OF VIOLETA CHAMORROLOIS WESSEL As the National...

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Women and the New Brazilian Constitution

Vol.17,
No.3,
(1991),
pp 550-568

FLORISA VERUCCI INTRODUCTION by Daphne Pataj We live our lives not so much in the inner spaces of our individual selves...

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Equality, Difference, and State Welfare: Labor Market and Family Policies in Sweden

Vol.18,
No.1,
(1992),
pp 59-87

EQUALITY, DIFFERENCE, AND STATE WELFARE: LABOR MARKET AND FAMILY POLICIES IN SWEDENMany feminists regard Sweden as a...

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When Virginia Looked at Vita, What Did She See; Or, Lesbian: Feminist: Woman-What's the Differ(e/a)nce?

Vol.18,
No.1,
(1992),
pp 99-117

WHEN VIRGINIA LOOKED AT VITA, WHAT DID SHE SEE; OR, LESBIAN :FEMINIST :WOMAN WHAT'S THE DIFFER(E/A)NCE?ELIZABETH...

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"Housework Made Easy": The Taylorized Housewife in Weimar Germany's Rationalized Economy

Vol.16,
No.3,
(1990),
pp 549-577

"HOUSEWORK MADE EASY": THE TAYLORIZED HOUSEWIFE IN WEIMAR GERMANY'S RATIONALIZED ECONOMYMARY NOLAN The...

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Gender, Race, and the Welfare State: Government Work Programs from the 1930s to the Present

Vol.19,
No.2,
(1993),
pp 318-342

GENDER, RACE, AND THE WELFARE STATE: GOVERNMENT WORK PROGRAMS FROM THE 1930s TO THE PRESENTNANCY E. ROSE Government...

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Virginity and Premarital Sex in Contemporary China

Vol.15,
No.2,
(1989),
pp 279-288

XIAO ZHOU Premarital sex presents a dilemma for young women in contem- porary China. On the one hand, Chinese society,...

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Stolen Glances: Lesbians Take Photographs

Vol.18,
No.3,
(1992),
pp 550-562

ART ESSAY STOLEN GLANCES: LESBIANS TAKE PHOTOGRAPHSINTRODUCTION by Tessa Boffin and Jean Fraser [Stolen Glances:...

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Disarticulating Liberal Subjectivities: Abortion and Fetal Protection

Vol.28,
No.1,
(2002),
pp 37-60

DISARTICULATING LIBERAL SUBJECTIVITIES: ABORTION AND FETAL PROTECTION P. LealIe Ruhl Reproductive freedom has long been...

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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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Making Up for War: Sexuality and Citizenship in Wartime Culture

Vol.26,
No.1,
(2000),
pp 33-68

MAKING UP FOR WAR: SEXUALITY AND CITIZENSHIP IN WARTIME CULTUREPAGE DOUGHERTY DELANO "Too much lipstick."-Ann...

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"Something More Tender Still than Friendship": Romantic Friendship in Early-Nineteenth-Century England

Vol.18,
No.3,
(1992),
pp 499-520

"SOMETHING MORE TENDER STILL THAN FRIENDSHIP": ROMANTIC FRIENDSHIP IN EARLY-NINETEENTH-CENTURY ENGLANDLISA...

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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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From Stereotype to Context: The Study of Japanese Women's Speech

Vol.2,
No.3,
(1995),
pp 647-671

FROM STEREOTYPE TO CONTEXT: THE STUDY OF JAPANESE WOMEN'S SPEECHHIDEKO NORNES ABE Despite its vast set of rules and...

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But She Can't Find Her [V.O.] Key

Vol.25,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 133-153

GLENDA GILMORE Each time we sit down to write, we yearn for the impossible: to clear our minds, to focus sharply, to be...

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Through My Lens: A Video Project about Women of Color Faculty at the University of Michigan

Vol.25,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 119-130

THROUGH MY LENS: A VIDEO PROJECT ABOUT WOMEN OF COLOR FACULTY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGANFRANCES R. APARICIO To the...

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The Hidden History of Affirmative Action: Working Women's Struggles in the 1970s and the Gender of Class

Vol.25,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 42-78

THE HIDDEN HISTORY OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION: WORKING WOMEN'S STRUGGLES IN THE 1970s AND THE GENDER OF CLASSNANCY...

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Making Equity a Priority: Anatomy of the York University Strike of 1997

Vol.25,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 105-118

MAKING EQUITY A PRIORITY: ANATOMY OF THE YORK UNIVERSITY STRIKE OF 1997LINDA BRISKIN and JANICE NEWSON On March 20,...

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Proposition 209 and the Affirmative Action Debate on the University of California Campuses

Vol.25,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 95-103

PROPOSITION209 AND THE AFFIRMATIVE ACTION DEBATE ON THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA CAMPUSESULA TAKOR When the University...

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Closing in on the "Plantation": Coalition Building and the Role of Black Women's Grievances in Duke University Labor Disputes, 1965-1968

Vol.25,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 79-94

CLOSING IN ON THE "PLANTATION": COALITION BUILDING AND THE ROLE OF BLACK WOMEN'S GRIEVANCES IN DUKE...

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Amicus Curiae

Vol.25,
No.2,
(1999),
pp 307-310

C. LEIREN MOWER Ahllea filipendulina alchemilla mollis anemone sylvestria aruncus diocius. The giving of proper names-...

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Backgrounds and Riverbeds: Feminist Reflections

Vol.25,
No.2,
(1999),
pp 427-448

BACKGROUNDS AND RIVERBEDS: FEMINIST REFLECTIONS SUSAN HEKMAN THEORIES OF THE BACKGROUND In 1995 one of the pillars of...

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The Sound of Little Hummingbird Wings: A Wittgensteinian Investigation of Forms of Life as Forms of Power

Vol.25,
No.2,
(1999),
pp 409-426

THE SOUND OF LITTLE HUMMINGBIRD WINGS: A WITT'GENSTEINIAN INVESTIGATION OF FORMS OF LIFE AS FORMS OF POWERWENDY LEE...

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Reflections on Self-Portraiture in Photography

Vol.25,
No.2,
(1999),
pp 398-408

REFLECTIONS ON SELF-PORTRAITURE IN PHOTOGRAPHYINA LOEWENBERG There is a special incentive for women artists to practice...

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Automating Gender: Postmodern Feminism in the Age of the Intelligent Machine

Vol.17,
No.3,
(1991),
pp 439-460

AUTOMATING GENDER: POSTMODERN FEMINISM IN THE AGE OF THE INTELLIGENT MACHINEJUDITH HALBERSTAM MY COMPUTER, MY SELFThe...

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Colonization and the Decline of Women's Status: The Tsimshian Case

Vol.17,
No.3,
(1991),
pp 509-535

COLONIZATION AND THE DECLINE OF WOMEN'S STATUS: THE TSIMSHIAN CASEJO-ANNE FISKE This paper has two goals: to offer...

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Here Comes the Bride: Wedding Gender and Race in "Bride of Frankenstein"

Vol.17,
No.3,
(1991),
pp 403-437

HERE COMES THE BRIDE: WEDDING GENDER AND RACE IN BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEINELIZABETH YOUNG James Whale's 1935 film,...

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Reproductive Rights in Nicaragua: From the Sandinistas to the Government of Violeta Chamorro

Vol.17,
No.3,
(1991),
pp 536-549

REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS IN NICARAGUA: FROM THE SANDINISTAS TO THE GOVERNMENT OF VIOLETA CHAMORROLOIS WESSEL As the National...

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Women and the New Brazilian Constitution

Vol.17,
No.3,
(1991),
pp 550-568

FLORISA VERUCCI INTRODUCTION by Daphne Pataj We live our lives not so much in the inner spaces of our individual selves...

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Equality, Difference, and State Welfare: Labor Market and Family Policies in Sweden

Vol.18,
No.1,
(1992),
pp 59-87

EQUALITY, DIFFERENCE, AND STATE WELFARE: LABOR MARKET AND FAMILY POLICIES IN SWEDENMany feminists regard Sweden as a...

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When Virginia Looked at Vita, What Did She See; Or, Lesbian: Feminist: Woman-What's the Differ(e/a)nce?

Vol.18,
No.1,
(1992),
pp 99-117

WHEN VIRGINIA LOOKED AT VITA, WHAT DID SHE SEE; OR, LESBIAN :FEMINIST :WOMAN WHAT'S THE DIFFER(E/A)NCE?ELIZABETH...

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Finding the Man in the State

Vol.18,
No.1,
(1992),
pp 7-34

WENDY BROWN Amid postmodernist circumspection about definitive or compre- hensive accounts, the absence of a...

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The Gender and Environment Debate: Lessons from India

Vol.18,
No.1,
(1992),
pp 119-158

BINA AGARWAL What is women's relationship with the environment? Is it distinct from that of men's? The growing...

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Nineteenth-Century Welfare Policy, Programs, and Poor Women: Philadelphia as a Case Study

Vol.18,
No.1,
(1992),
pp 35-58

NINETEENTH-CENTURY WELFARE POLICY, PROGRAMS, AND POOR WOMEN: PHILADELPHIA AS A CASE STUDYPRISCILLA FERGUSON CLEMENT In...

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Automating Gender: Postmodern Feminism in the Age of the Intelligent Machine

Vol.17,
No.3,
(1991),
pp 439-460

AUTOMATING GENDER: POSTMODERN FEMINISM IN THE AGE OF THE INTELLIGENT MACHINEJUDITH HALBERSTAM MY COMPUTER, MY SELFThe...

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Colonization and the Decline of Women's Status: The Tsimshian Case

Vol.17,
No.3,
(1991),
pp 509-535

COLONIZATION AND THE DECLINE OF WOMEN'S STATUS: THE TSIMSHIAN CASEJO-ANNE FISKE This paper has two goals: to offer...

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Here Comes the Bride: Wedding Gender and Race in "Bride of Frankenstein"

Vol.17,
No.3,
(1991),
pp 403-437

HERE COMES THE BRIDE: WEDDING GENDER AND RACE IN BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEINELIZABETH YOUNG James Whale's 1935 film,...

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Reproductive Rights in Nicaragua: From the Sandinistas to the Government of Violeta Chamorro

Vol.17,
No.3,
(1991),
pp 536-549

REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS IN NICARAGUA: FROM THE SANDINISTAS TO THE GOVERNMENT OF VIOLETA CHAMORROLOIS WESSEL As the National...

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Women and the New Brazilian Constitution

Vol.17,
No.3,
(1991),
pp 550-568

FLORISA VERUCCI INTRODUCTION by Daphne Pataj We live our lives not so much in the inner spaces of our individual selves...

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Equality, Difference, and State Welfare: Labor Market and Family Policies in Sweden

Vol.18,
No.1,
(1992),
pp 59-87

EQUALITY, DIFFERENCE, AND STATE WELFARE: LABOR MARKET AND FAMILY POLICIES IN SWEDENMany feminists regard Sweden as a...

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When Virginia Looked at Vita, What Did She See; Or, Lesbian: Feminist: Woman-What's the Differ(e/a)nce?

Vol.18,
No.1,
(1992),
pp 99-117

WHEN VIRGINIA LOOKED AT VITA, WHAT DID SHE SEE; OR, LESBIAN :FEMINIST :WOMAN WHAT'S THE DIFFER(E/A)NCE?ELIZABETH...

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Finding the Man in the State

Vol.18,
No.1,
(1992),
pp 7-34

WENDY BROWN Amid postmodernist circumspection about definitive or compre- hensive accounts, the absence of a...

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The Gender and Environment Debate: Lessons from India

Vol.18,
No.1,
(1992),
pp 119-158

BINA AGARWAL What is women's relationship with the environment? Is it distinct from that of men's? The growing...

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Nineteenth-Century Welfare Policy, Programs, and Poor Women: Philadelphia as a Case Study

Vol.18,
No.1,
(1992),
pp 35-58

NINETEENTH-CENTURY WELFARE POLICY, PROGRAMS, AND POOR WOMEN: PHILADELPHIA AS A CASE STUDYPRISCILLA FERGUSON CLEMENT In...

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