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Volume 34, Number 2, 2013

Table of Contents

Editor's Note: Critical Interventions into Place, Nation, Creativity, and Feminist Knowledge

pp. vii-x

Joyce’s Vagina Dentata: Irish Nationalism and the Colonial Dilemma of Manhood

pp. 1-24

A Shared Pacific Arena: Empire, Agriculture, and the Life Narratives of Mary Paik Lee, Angeles Monrayo, and Mary Tomita

pp. 25-51

Coalition and Control: Hoosier Feminists and the Equal Rights Amendment

pp. 52-82

Women with Muscle: Contemporary Women and the Classic Muscle Car

pp. 83-113

Willa Cather and the Upside- Down Politics of Feminist Darwinism

pp. 114-133

The Question of Muslim Women’s Rights and the Ontario Shari’ah Tribunals: Examining Liberal Claims

pp. 134-154

“The Clothes I Wear Help Me to Know My Own Power”: The Politics of Gender Presentation in the Era of Women’s Liberation

pp. 155-185

“We Couldn’t Get Them Printed,” So We Learned to Print: Ain’t I a Woman? and the Iowa City Women’s Press

pp. 186-221

“Summoning Your Youth at Will”: Memory, Time, and Aging in the Work of Penelope Lively, Margaret Atwood, and Doris Lessing

pp. 222-244


Words to Start Fires

pp. 245-247

Artist Statements

Image—Self, Women in Art: A Portrait Project

pp. 248-251

I Am My Mother’s Daughter

p. 252

Not Me

pp. 253-254

Feminist Currents

pp. 255-260

Living Our Lives through Their Words: Reflections on the Marathon Reading of Work by Audre Lorde and Adrienne Rich at the Lesbian Herstory Archives, November 17, 2012

pp. 261-269


pp. 270-274

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