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  Volume 24, Issue 1, Spring 2012

Table of Contents

Editorial Introduction: Reflections, Connections, and New Directions from Arizona

pp. vii-xii

Disappearing Acts: Reclaiming Intersectionality in the Social Sciences in a Post-Black Feminist Era

pp. 1-25

Speaking and Organizing across Difference: The Multiracial, Grassroots Mobilization of Child Care Workers

pp. 26-48

Performing Location and Dignity in a Transnational Feminist and Queer Study of Manila's Gay Life

pp. 49-72

Claiming Deviance and Honoring Community: Creating Resistant Spaces in U.S. Dyke Marches

pp. 73-101

We're Not Barbie Girls: Tweens Transform a Feminine Icon

pp. 102-126

Siblings and Sex: A New Approach to the Fiction of Lee Smith

pp. 127-153

Paying the Price for Pacifism: The Press's Rhetorical Shift from "Saint Jane" to "The Most Dangerous Woman in America"

pp. 154-171

"I will get domesticated after a while": Gendered Narratives of Origin and Identity at the Western Female Seminary

pp. 172-196

Book Reviews

The Delinquent Girl, and: Between Good and Ghetto: African-American Girls and Inner-City Violence, and: Beyond Bad Girls: Gender, Violence, and Hype (review)

pp. 197-202

Echoes of Chongqing: Women in Wartime China, and: No Time for Dreams: Living in Burma under Military Rule, and: Gender and Genocide in Burundi: The Search for Spaces of Peace in the Great Lakes Region (review)

pp. 202-208

And the World Changed: Contemporary Stories by Pakistani Women, and: African Women Playwrights, and: Heroines of Jiangyong: Chinese Narrative Ballads in Women's Script (review)

pp. 209-215

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