1. Introduction: Mapping Gendered Violence‚ÄĒContemplating Conflict and Crisis in Contemporary Societal Struggles
  2. Anastasia Christou
  3. pp. vii-xii
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  1. Confessing Society, Confessing Cis-tem: Rethinking Consent through Intimate Images of Trans* People in the Media
  2. Alexandre Baril
  3. pp. 1-25
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  1. Shifting the Rape Script: "Coming Out" Online as a Rape Victim
  2. Rachel Loney-Howes
  3. pp. 26-57
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  1. Private Matters in Public Spaces: Intimate Partner Violence against Black Women in Jim Crow Houston
  2. David Ponton III
  3. pp. 58-96
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  1. Mapping the Intersections of Violence on Black Women's Sexual Health within the Jim Crow Geographies of Cincinnati Neighborhoods
  2. Carolette R. Norwood
  3. pp. 97-135
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  1. Love Letters: Performative and Biological Families in Hawai'i's Women's Prison
  2. Leanne Trapedo Sims
  3. pp. 171-205
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  1. Mapping Out Socio-Cultural Decadence on the Female Body: Sadeq Chubak's Gowhar in Sange-e Sabur
  2. Claudia Yaghoobi
  3. pp. 206-232
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  1. Virtual Roundtable on Mapping Gendered Violence
  2. Raminder Kaur, Maggie O'Neill, Nicola Henry, Krista Benson, Anastasia Christou, Cindy Cruz
  3. pp. 233-264
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  1. "Gender Is the First Terrorist": Homophobic and Transphobic Violence in Greece
  2. Anna Carastathis
  3. pp. 265-296
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  1. Lessons Learned
  2. Abigail G. H. Manzella
  3. pp. 317-318
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  1. Exilic Landscape or the body in rapture
  2. Leanne Trapedo Sims
  3. pp. 319-321
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  1. Artist's Statement
  2. Ester Hernandez
  3. p. 322
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