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- Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies
- University of Nebraska Press
- Chicana Critical Rhetoric: Recrafting La Causa in Chicana Movement Discourse, 1970-1979 Volume 25, Number 1, 2004, pp. 77-92
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This issue contains 18 articles in total
- How Do You Spell Mother?
- "To Make the Boys Feel at Home": USO Senior Hostesses and Gendered Citizenship
- The Names of the Flowers: Ruby Hemenway's Redemption of History
- Romancing the West: Photographs by Marion Post Wolcott
- Inventing Matamoras : Gender and the Forgotten Islamic Past in the United States of America
- The Spoken Word: When Writing Comes at Sixty-four
- Seeking a Feminist Politics for the Middle East after September 11
- Hewn Boards; Flags on Poles
- New Relationships, New Connections, and the Side Journeys that Feed My Soul
- Pouring Out the Blues: Gwen "Sugar Mama" Avery's Song of Freedom
- Chicana Critical Rhetoric: Recrafting La Causa in Chicana Movement Discourse, 1970-1979
- Murder in Juarez: Gender, Sexual Violence, and the Global Assembly Line
- Violence in the Borderlands: Crossing to the Home Space in the Novels of Ana Castillo
- Creating a Feminist Community on a Woman of Color Campus
- "A Bowlful of Tears" Revisited: The Full Story of Lee Puey You's Immigration Experience at Angel Island
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