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  • Index to Volume 25 (2013)
  • “Abstracting Academic Feminist Aspirations: What Do PhD Dissertation Abstracts (1995–2010) Say About an Emergent Interdisciplinary Field?,” Debjani Chakravarty and Elena Frank, 3: 57–78.

  • Ahmed, Fauzia Erfan, “The Compassionate Courtroom: Feminist Governance, Discourse, and Islam in a Bangladeshi Shalish,” 1: 157–83.

  • Alcalde, Cristina M., “Feminism and Women’s Control over their Bodies in a Neoliberal Context: A Closer Look at Pregnant Women on Bed Rest,” 3: 33–56.

  • Allan, Elizabeth J., Susan Iverson, and Rebecca Ropers-Huilman, eds., Reconstructing Policy in Higher Education: Feminist Poststructural Perspectives, rev’d, 1: 205–11.

  • “American Girls: Breaking Free,” Nana Osei-Kofi, 1: 1–7.

  • Arellano, Cathy, “If You Can’t on Mission Street,” 1: 186–87.

  • Arellano, Cathy, “Lopez Family Map, 1962–1984,” 1: 189–90.

  • Arellano, Cathy, “Night Before Immigrant Rights March, May 29, 2010,” 1: 185. Arondekar, Anjali, “The Object as Usual,” 3: 143–148.

  • Arvin, Maile, Eve Tuck, and Angie Morrill, “Decolonizing Feminism: Challenging Connections between Settler Colonialism and Heteropatriarchy,” 1: 8–34.

  • Berger, Michele Tracy, and Cheryl Radeloff, Transforming Scholarship: Why Women’s and Gender Studies Students Are Changing Themselves and the World, rev’d, 1: 205–11.

  • Between Feminism and Islam: Human Rights and Sharia Law in Morocco, Zakia Salime, rev’d, 1: 211–18.

  • Bhattacharya, Himika, “Remembering Violence: Field Memories from Lahaul, India,” 3: 98–122.

  • Bondi, Stephanie, Reviewer, 2: 230–35.

  • “Brothers, Fathers, Terrorists: Masculine Assemblages in Glenn Beck’s Rhetoric of US–Israel Unity Post-9/11,” Roberta Chevrett and Lisa C. Braverman, 2: 81–106.

  • Butler, Jess, “For White Girls Only? Postfeminism and the Politics of Inclusion,” 1: 35–58.

  • Bystydzienski, Jill M., Jennifer Suchland, and Rebecca Wanzo, “Editorial Introduction,” 2: vii–xiii.

  • Chakravarty, Debjani and Elena Frank, “Abstracting Academic Feminist Aspirations: What Do PhD Dissertation Abstracts (1995–2010) Say About an Emergent Interdisciplinary Field?,” 3: 57–78.

  • Chaudhary, Zahid R., “Introduction,” 3: 129–134.

  • Chevrett, Roberta, and Lisa C. Braverman, “Brothers, Fathers, Terrorists: Masculine Assemblages in Glenn Beck’s Rhetoric of US–Israel Unity Post-9/11,” 2: 81–106.

  • Ching, Clare Jen, “How to Survive Contagion, Disease, and Disaster: The ‘Masked Asian/American Woman’ as Low-Tech Specter of Emergency Preparedness,” 2: 107–28.

  • “Combating Racialized and Gendered Ignorance: Theorizing a Transactional Pedagogy of Friendship,” Philip Olson and Laura Gillman, 1: 59–83.

  • Connelly, Rachel and Kristen Ghodsee, Professor Mommy: Finding Work—Family Balance In Academia, rev’d 2: 230–35.

  • “Crisis Temporalities: States of Emergency and the Gendered-Sexualized Logics of Asian American Women Abroad,” Lynn Mie Itagaki, 2: 195–219. [End Page 217]

  • Cruz, Anne J., and Mihoko Suzuki, eds., The Rule of Women in Early Modern Europe, rev’d, 1: 198–204.

  • Davis, Georgiann and Erin L. Murphy, “Intersex Bodies as States of Exception: An Empirical Explanation for Unnecessary Surgical Modification,” 2: 129–52.

  • “Decolonizing Feminism: Challenging Connections between Settler Colonialism and Heteropatriarchy,” Maile Arvin, Eve Tuck, and Angie Morrill, 1: 8–34.

  • De Laat, Kim, and Judith Taylor, “Feminist Internships and the Depression of Political Imagination: Implications for Women’s Studies,” 1: 84–110.

  • “Deportable Subjects: Lesbians and Political Asylum,” Rachel Lewis, 2: 174–194.

  • Displaced Memories: The Poetics of Trauma in Argentine Women’s Writing, M. Edurne Portela, rev’d, 1: 190–98.

  • “Editorial Introduction,” Jill M. Bystydzienski, Jennifer Suchland, and Rebecca Wanzo, 2: vii–xiii.

  • “Editorial Introduction,” Sandra K. Soto, 3: vii–xi.

  • Esparza, Araceli, “Toward a Feminist Theory of Justice for the Disappeared: Ana Castillo’s Creative Writing and the Case of Sister Dianna Ortiz,” 3: 1–32.

  • “Feminism and Women’s Control over their Bodies in a Neoliberal Context: A Closer Look at Pregnant Women on Bed Rest,” Cristina M. Alcalde, 3: 33–56.

  • Feminist Activism in Academia: Essays on Personal, Political and Professional Change, ed. Ellen C. Mayock and Domnica Radulescu, rev’d, 1: 205–11.

  • “Feminist Internships and the Depression of Political Imagination: Implications for Women’s Studies,” Judith Taylor and Kim de Laat, 1: 84–110.

  • “For White Girls Only? Postfeminism and the Politics of Inclusion,” Jess Butler, 1: 35–58.

  • Freeman, Elizabeth, “Lessons from Object Lessons,” 3: 170–174.

  • Gaarder, Emily, Women and the Animal Rights Movement, rev’d 2: 235–43.

  • Gillman...

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ISSN
2151-7371
Print ISSN
2151-7363
Pages
pp. 217-221
Launched on MUSE
2013-12-12
Open Access
No
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