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Title: Intersections: Women's and Gender Studies in Review across Disciplines
Author: University of Texas at Austin
Abstract: Table of Contents: ARTICLES -- Repairing a Schism in Feminism: Toward a Broader Understanding of Gender Discrimination / by Catherine Connell (p. 13-19) -- Feminist Research and Representations of Gendered Service Workers: Examining Resistance, Agency, and Positionality / by Katherine Eva Maich (p. 20-28) -- "You're Not a Veteran, You're a Girl": Gendered Martial Citizenship and Women Veterans of the United States Armed Forces / by Stephanie Volkoff Green (p. 29-36) -- Government Knows Best?: The Paternalistic Past and Present of Warfare / by Megan Reid (p. 37-43) -- African Women and Missionary Writings: Nineteenth-Century Boloki Women of the Congo in John H. Weeks' Among Congo Cannibals (1913) / by Naminata Diabate (p. 44-52) -- Reinterpreting Islamic Law: The Current Debate on the Zina Ordinance in Pakistan and Its Implications for Women / by Kritika Argawal (p. 53-59) -- POEMS AND ARTWORK -- From the Terrace of the Elmina / by Nandini Dhar (p. 60) -- Burden / by Kate Antosik Parsons (p. 61) -- Like a hotdog I hold you in the palm of my hand / by Kate Antosik Parsons (p. 62) -- Flowers II/III: Tranquility / by Tiffany Mylinh Duong (p. 62) -- Revenge of Clytaemnestra / by Kate Antosik Parsons (p. 63) -- Muse / by Kate Antosik Parsons (p. 63) -- Free-Flowing Woman / by Tiffany Mylinh Duong (p. 64) -- The Night They Broke It In Two / by Nandini Dhar (p. 65) -- BOOK REVIEWS -- Mounira M. Charrad, States and Women's Rights: The Making of Postcolonial Tunisia, Algeria, and Morocco / by Nicole Angotti (p. 66-67) -- Lillian Faderman and Stuart Timmons, Gay L.A.: A History of Sexual Outlaws, Power Politics, and Lipstick Lesbians / by Carly Kocurek (p. 68-69) -- COMMUNITY CORNER -- "It Won't go Away": Surviving a Feminist Consciousness in Post-Socialist Romania / by Petruţa Teampău (p. 70-75) -- A New Prospect for Female Muslim Leadership: Dr. Ingrid Mattson / by Katelyn Downing (p. 76-81) -- Who's your Real Audience? Bridging the Gap Between Academic Feminism and Political Activism / by Penny Anthon Green (p. 82-84) -- Contributors (p. 85-86)
Department: Women's and Gender Studies
Subject: Undergraduate research Graduate research Women's and gender studies Future of feminisms
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2152/11209
Date: 2007

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