restricted access   Volume 23, Issue 2, Summer 2011

Table of Contents

Editorial Introduction: Ecofeminism

pp. viii-xii
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Articles

Pioneers of U.S. Ecofeminism and Environmental Justice

pp. 1-25
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Ecofeminism Revisited: Rejecting Essentialism and Re-Placing Species in a Material Feminist Environmentalism

pp. 26-53
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Where the Boys Aren't: The Predominance of Women in Animal Rights Activism

pp. 54-76
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Canaries and Coalmines: Toxic Discourse in The Incredible Shrinking Woman and Safe

pp. 77-97
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A Scottish Ecopoetics: Feminism and Environmentalism in the Works of Kathleen Jamie and Valerie Gillies

pp. 98-110
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Why Beauty Matters to the Postcolonial Nation's Masters: Reading Narratives of Female Beauty in Pramoedya's Buru Tetralogy

pp. 111-131
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"The Mamas Were Ripe": Ideologies of Motherhood and Public Resistance in a South African Township

pp. 132-163
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Feminist Ethnography

Research, Collaboration, and Intelligence: When Governments Take an Interest in Feminist Ethnography

pp. 164-189
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Revisiting Feminist Ethnography: Methods and Activism at the Intersection of Neoliberal Policy

pp. 190-208
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Book Reviews

The Straight State: Sexuality and Citizenship in Twentieth-Century America, and: The Un-Natural State: Arkansas and the Queer South, and: Another Country: Queer Anti-Urbanism (review)

pp. 209-215
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Toward "Global Feminist Environmental Justice"

pp. 216-223
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The Biopolitics of Breast Cancer: Changing Cultures of Disease and Activism, and: DES Daughters: Embodied Knowledge and the Transformation of Women's Health Politics, and: The Modern Period: Menstruation in Twentieth-Century America, and: America and the Pill: A History of Promise, Peril, and Liberation (review)

pp. 223-231
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Kaija Saariaho, and: Dusty! Queen of the Postmods, and: Big Ears: Listening for Gender in Jazz Studies (review)

pp. 232-237
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