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  Volume 25, Issue 3, Winter 2013

Table of Contents

Editorial Introduction

pp. vii-xi

Toward a Feminist Theory of Justice for the Disappeared: Ana Castillo’s Creative Writing and the Case of Sister Dianna Ortiz

pp. 1-32

Feminism and Women’s Control over Their Bodies in a Neoliberal Context: A Closer Look at Pregnant Women on Bed Rest

pp. 33-56

Abstracting Academic Feminist Aspirations: What Do Doctoral Dissertation Abstracts (1995–2010) Say About an Emergent Interdisciplinary Field?

pp. 57-78

Lectures, Evaluations, and Diapers: Navigating the Terrains of Chicana Single Motherhood in the Academy

pp. 79-97

Remembering Violence: Field Memories From Lahaul, India

pp. 98-122


Selections from The Littlest Death

pp. 123-128

Inhabitations: A Feminist Formations Dossier on Robyn Wiegman’s Object Lessons


pp. 129-134

Risking Justice: Women’s Studies Beyond Measure

pp. 135-142

The Object as Usual

pp. 143-148

Tarrying with the “Private Parts”

pp. 149-153

The Madness of Curing,

pp. 154-159

The Church, the State, or a Corporation: An Object Lesson

pp. 160-169

Lessons from Object Lessons

pp. 170-174

Justice Regained: The Objects and Lessons of Object Lessons

pp. 175-179

The Object of Object Lessons: Thoughts and Questions

pp. 180-189

Objects, Objects, Objects (and Some Objections)

pp. 190-201

Wishful Thinking

pp. 202-213

Thanks to Readers: Volume 25 (2013)

pp. 214-216

Index to Volume 25 (2013)

pp. 217-221

Research Areas


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