In this Issue
- Volume 39, Number 2, 2018
- Special Issue: Mapping Gendered Violence
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published byUniversity of Nebraska Press
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Table of Contents
- Virtual Roundtable on Mapping Gendered Violence
- pp. 233-264
- Lessons Learned
- pp. 317-318
- Exilic Landscape or the body in rapture
- pp. 319-321
- Artist's Statement
- p. 322
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